City of London - club
|KOKO||KOKO is a nightclub in a former theatre in Camden Town, London, England. Until 2004 it was called the Camden Palace. The building is considered to have some architectural significance and is a Grade II listed building. The club has continued to host concerts by many music artists, including James B...|
|Electric Ballroom||The Electric Ballroom is a performance venue (primarily for rock bands) and indoor market located in Camden Town, London. The Electric Ballroom has been in operation for over seventy years, during which time it has been used in many different ways. The two-storey building has two dance floors and f...|
|Ministry of Sound||Ministry of Sound London, commonly referred to as simply Ministry of Sound or MoS, is a nightclub based in London, England and an associated record label. It was ranked fourth in the 2010 DJ Magazine top 100 clubs poll 2010. The Ministry of Sound brand also includes various other products such as da...|
|Brixton Academy||The Brixton Academy, officially called O2 Academy, Brixton, is one of London's leading music venues, nightclubs and theatres. Situated in Brixton, South London, England, the building has hosted a range of leading rock acts since becoming a music venue in 1983. The maximum capacity is 4,921 (3,760 st...|
|Camden Underworld||The Camden Underworld is a music venue in Camden Town, London, England. The venue itself is a part of the World's End pub, being situated in the basement of the building. Over the years 'The Underworld' (as it has commonly come to be known within the local scene) has become the heart of the alterna...|
|London Forum||The London Forum, or sometimes Kentish Town Forum is a well-known venue for concerts in Kentish Town, London, United Kingdom owned by the MAMA Group. The venue was built in 1934 and was originally used as an art deco cinema. After the closure of the cinema, The Town & Country Club was established on...|
|100 Club||The 100 Club is a music venue in London situated at 100 Oxford Street, W1, originally called The Feldman Swing Club. The 100 Club attained legendary status in modern British music, having played host to live music since 24 October 1942. In 1942, the venue was a restaurant called Macks, which was h...|
|12 Bar Club||The 12 Bar Club is one of the smallest live music venues in London, England. It is located in Denmark Street, aka "Tin Pan Alley", just off Charing Cross Road and close to Soho. The most famous acts to play at the 12 Bar before they reached a wider audience include Martha Wainwright, Joanna Newsom,...|
|93 Feet East||93 Feet East is a live music venue on Brick Lane in East London. It is a conversion of part of the Old Truman Brewery, and plays host to new and established acts. It has a courtyard with a BBQ.|
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