Locations in the category : Live music venues

Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall
The Royal Festival Hall is a concert, dance and talks venue within the South Bank Centre in London, England. It is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, not far from Hungerford Bridge. It is a Grade...

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Rivoli Ballroom

Rivoli Ballroom is a traditional, old fashioned ballroom that hosts regular club nights for the adventurous clubber in London. Lewisham’s Rivoli Ballroom is a unique venue that’s perfect for dancing to live music. The large maple sprung dancefloor is...

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Carling Academy Islington

Carling Academy Islington
The Carling Academy Islington is a music venue in Islington, London, England run by the Academy Music Group. The main venue has a capacity of 800, and the adjacent Bar Academy holds 250. The venue, which forms part of...

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Buffalo Bar

Buffalo Bar
An independently run bar and venue with full entertainment licence. In the heart of Islington, right outside Highbury & Islington tube underneath the Famous Cock Tavern. Great atmosphere, friendly staff, superb PA system and a great place to spend...

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London Astoria

The London Astoria is a music venue at 157 Charing Cross Road in London. It has been run by Mean Fiddler Music Group since 2000. It opened as a Crosse & Blackwell pickle factory and has been a music...

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Slimelight

The Slimelight club (often referred to as Slimes by regulars) is the longest running goth nightclub in the world. It is a altenative music club which is open every Saturday (and on New Years Eve) from 10pm to 7.30am...

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Purcell Room

The Purcell Room is a concert and performance venue which forms part of the South Bank Centre, one of central London’s leading cultural complexes. It is named after the 17th century English composer Henry Purcell and has 370 seats....

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The Scala

Scala is a nightclub in London, England, near King’s Cross railway station. The Scala was originally built as a cinema in 1920, known as the King’s Cross Cinema. The cinema changed hands and names several times through its life...

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Electric Ballroom

The Electric Ballroom has existed in Camden Town, London, England for over seventy years. The establishment has served as a venue for many rock bands through the years. On weekends the building has an indoor market with about fifty...

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The Roundhouse

The Roundhouse was built in 1847 as a turntable engine shed for the London and Birmingham Railway at Chalk Farm (near Camden Town), in London, England. The architect was Robert B Dockray and the builder was Branson & Gwyther....

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