London, AMP Studios

London, AMP Studios

AMP Studios is a new venue in South East London, 10 minutes walk from New Cross Gate or Queen’s Road Peckham tube. We are 2 railway arches with a covered outdoor space at the front and back. The front area can be used for extra seating as it is covered with a beautiful plant covered…

London, The Clapham Grand

London, The Clapham Grand

The Grand was established in 1900 by some of the most popular performers of the time. Launched at the height of the Music Hall, since then a cinema, a bingo hall and a nightclub, The Grand has always remained true to its original aim: to entertain. The New Grand Theatre quickly established itself as one…

London, Lafayette

London, Lafayette

You might not have been to Lafayette yet, London’s box fresh new venue in King’s Cross. Not many have. It opened its doors at the beginning of March (after Brit Award winner Dave put it through its paces in a secret show the weekend before opening), but the pandemic soon spread apace forcing it to…

London, Tooting Tram and Social

Situated barely a 2 minute walk from Tooting Broadway station, the Tooting Tram & Social has been run by Antic London for a decade as one of South London’s finest night spots. With a balance between Live Music, Bespoke Events and our weekend Club Nights, The Tram has something to offer for everyone.

London, Boston Music Room

London, Boston Music Room

Tucked between a salt of the earth Irish pub and its big sister venue, The Dome, the Boston Music Room once stood as one of London’s best-kept secrets. Through the 80s and early 90s, the BMR was a hotspot for the world’s most exciting punk bands, with legendary acts such as Fugazi and Sham 69…

London, Sister Midnight Records

SISTER MIDNIGHT RECORDS  | Venue Cap. 35 | Website Tucked away on a back street in Deptford, Sister Midnight Records opened in 2018 and have been building a reputation as an inclusive and dynamic space for underground and grassroots music in South East London. ACCESS INFORMATION Facebook  Instagram

London, Peckham Audio

Peckham Audio is a 220 capacity dedicated live music venue and club space in the heart of Peckham, due to open end of October 2019. A joint venture between two successful local businesses, Bermondsey Social Club and Four Quarters, and boasting a 3am license Friday & Saturdays, Audio aims to become the go-to place in…

London, Lion Clapton

Boutique, independent, family-run record store with a passion for DIY shows! Also home to Clapton’s tiniest cocktail bar. Let loose and have fun, we’re here for the music and for good times!

London, WERKHAUS

WERKHAUS is a brand new DIY venue situated in the heart of East London, opposite Brick Lane’s Rough Trade East. Formerly the upstairs back room of Café 1001, we have just recently relaunched the space, with a new name, stage, and marketing campaign. We have a very DIY, subculture inspired ethos at the heart of…

London, The Underdog London

The Underdog London was first established back in 2007 on the Old Kent Road SE1, as an art gallery and live music studio. The ethos was to promote up and coming artists and creatives of all types and genres but mostly in the graphic art and rock music scenes, gig poster design, graffiti / street…

London, Roadtrip & The Workshop

Roadtrip & The Workshop started to make things happen on the Old Street roundabout side of Shoreditch in July 2008. Back then many questioned the artist & designer Paul Daly’s decision to take over a venue in a 1960s council block. Since then other businesses have followed to become close neighbours of Paul’s establishment inspired…

London, The Dome

London, The Dome

Housed in a Victorian building complex originally intended for use as a community centre and swimming baths, and having survived everything from world wars and infernos to hardcore punk shows, The Dome has steadily earned a reputation as one of the most vibrant and diverse music venues in London. Whether it’s exciting new bands on…

London, Trinity

London, Trinity

Trinity is a late licensed music venue/pub/club in Harrow, North West London. For 28 years now Trinity has bought a bit of Camden into the suburbs. Set on two floors, with unique gothic decor Trinity’s aim is to promote great live music, bring you the best DJs and provide an unpretentious yet safe and friendly…

London, The Good Mixer

London, The Good Mixer

The Mixer has gone through many incarnations. Built on a bomb site in the 1950s, its name is derived from the cement mixer that was absent-mindedly trapped in the pub during its construction. Starting life as a working man’s pub, it gained notoriety as the drinking pub of choice for a long list of bands…

London, Red Lion Ballroom

London, Red Lion Ballroom

Leytonstone Ballroom is to open in the London Borough of Culture 2019, showing that the newly created London Borough of Culture is already gaining success, before it’s even started. Leytonstone Ballroom is opening to mark Waltham Forest being named the first ever London Borough of Culture for 2019. The historic East London music and arts…

London, The Slaughtered Lamb

London, The Slaughtered Lamb

120cap. Mixed seating standing. Live room downstairs, pub with food upstairs. Very busy venue with lots of acoustic, folk, blues, jazz, americana from all over the world, and some occasional underplays from the likes of James Bay and Mr Jukes. A small dressing room is available, and the famous Joe Kelpie is on sound duties….

London, OMEARA

London, OMEARA

OMEARA 6 O’Meara Street, London, SE1 1TE | Venue Cap. 270 | Website Built to celebrate the best in art and culture, OMEARA is a dynamic venue nestled in the arches of London Bridge. We’re a place for live music and emerging talent; creative events and club nights. With the site’s heritage seeping into a…

London, Troxy

London, Troxy

Troxy is a 1930s art deco Grade II listed venue in East London. Originally opened as a luxury cinema, the venue has since been a theatre, bingo hall and now one of London’s best music venues hosting gigs from the likes of Pattie Smith, New Order, Nick Cave, Flaming Lips, Morrissey & The Specials to…

London, Bush Hall

London, Bush Hall

Bush Hall is a unique Edwardian dance hall, originally built in 1904 and carefully restored in 2001 by Charlie and Emma Raworth who began booking in gigs and community events, steadily growing it’s reputation as an iconic independent grassroots music venue. Over the years we’ve hosted breakthrough performances by young British talent such as Amy…

London, Paper Dress  Vintage

London, Paper Dress Vintage

Vintage boutique by day, bar and music venue by night Paper Dress is a unique space in Hackney, East London. Paper Dress started life as solely a dress shop in Shoreditch in 2007 but, after a few emergency parties to help pay the rent – at one of which Adam Ant famously turned up and…

London, The Troubadour

Since opening it’s doors in 1954, The Troubadour boasts some of the finest coffee and wholesome comfort food in the land. Along with the newly re-fitted iconic basement venue with the latest in sound technology, today it also incorporates a Jazz wine bar, art gallery and 2 one-bedroom apartments as well. The Troubadour is re-emerging…

London, Aces & Eights

London, Aces & Eights

Unique neighbourhood bar and venue bringing authentic rock ‘n roll, roots and folk to London since 2010. Two levels with an intimate and attractive 60 capacity basement venue downstairs plus a large public bar above serving the best wines, spirits, beers and cocktails + traditional oven baked pizzas + bookable booths and long tables. Bands…

London, 229 London

London, 229 London

Launched in 2007, 229 is a multi-purpose entertainments venue which has played host many gigs, club nights, awards ceremonies, comedy and fashion events, gala dinners and weekend festivals. Some of the acts to have played at 229 include: Kings of Leon, Paul Weller, Florence and the Machine, Biffy Clyro, Pet Shop Boys, Seasick Steve and…

London, New Cross Inn

London, New Cross Inn

The New Cross Inn is a long established live music venue in the heart of South East London, nestled in the centre of busy and vibrant New Cross. We host events 7 days a week, providing a home for gigs of all shapes, sizes and genres – from the best in emerging folk/acoustic talent through…

London, The Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall

London, The Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall

The Elgar Room is a self contained 180 capacity venue situated within one of the UK’s most treasured and distinctive buildings, The Royal Albert Hall. With over 220 events taking place a year, the space plays host to indie, comedy, jazz, classical, cabaret & world music shows throughout the year. Artists performing at the Elgar…

London, Windmill Brixton

London, Windmill Brixton

New music venue with a focus on local bands. Independent Venue Week shows in the past have included Black Midi, Black Country New Road, Fat White Family, Goat Girl, HMLTD, Insecure Men, Shame, Sorry and Warmduscher Home of Roof Dog.

London, The Amersham Arms

London, The Amersham Arms

This Victorian watering hole has adopted a trendily ramshackle yet comfortable character. Visitors are made to feel as if enjoying a night out in their own living room. A stone’s throw from Goldsmiths University, it effortlessly blends old-school pints with uber cool music and comedy nights: Alt-J, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Vaccines, Carl Barat, Bloc…

London, The Dublin Castle

London, The Dublin Castle

The Dublin Castle is renowned as both the birthplace of Britpop and the ancestral seat of Madness and has long been an essential launch pad for all movers and shakers out there in the known pop universe. A proper pub with a proper pub ambience, the Dublin has a kick ass PA, real dance floor…

London, The Macbeth

London, The Macbeth

The Macbeth Has Been A Music And Arts Pub For Over 100 Years. Hosting some of the most prominent bands of our era, often at pivotal moments in their careers. This Pub Has Survived Two World Wars, Typhoid And An Unrelenting Bombardment Of Some Of The Best Intimate Live Performances And Parties Known In The…

London, The Social

London, The Social

In 1999 The Social opened in Little Portland Street. The brainchild of a record company whose offshoots included a hugely successful underground club night, The Social was set up with a simple manifesto – to provide great music and better booze to anyone who fancied tripping through the doors. 15 years later and still run…

London, 100 Club

London, 100 Club

London’s iconic 100 Club has been trading under the same name since 1964 and has put on live music since 1942 as the Feldman Jazz Club amongst other names, earning it the title of the oldest independent venue world wide. Through out the decades the venue has championed all manors of ground breaking scenes including…

London, Half Moon Putney

London, Half Moon Putney

The Half Moon Putney is one of London’s longest running, and most respected live music venues. Since the early 1960s, some of the biggest names in the music world have performed here, including The Rolling Stones, The Who, Bo Diddley, Kasabian and U2. Other memorable gigs at The Half Moon include k.d. lang’s first UK…