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Union Chapel

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davebellmk wrote a review Apr 2020
England69 contributions71 helpful votes
We normally visit to see our grandsons' Nativity or other such performances, but finally made it to catch a live concert by a performer at the other end of the age scale in the legendary Judy Collins. The acoustics are superb; it's no wonder musicians and singers love to play and perform here. The queue outside half an hour before show-time was long but don't worry; there's lots of room in the auditorium, and we had our pick of viewpoints. It's easier to get an interval refreshment here than in most theatres, and on a non-show day it's a pleasant place for a break. A must-see for anyone visiting London and interested in music venues and architecture.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Zeratul_Artanis wrote a review Feb 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom145 contributions26 helpful votes
I recently attended a live show for Northcote and Dave Hause, who both use their vocals as the main instrument. The acoustics were fantastic, and the amenities were pretty good as far as music venues go. Situated really close to the underground station made getting to and from the venue easy. I'll be looking out for more events being held her for sure!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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anita t wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom162 contributions53 helpful votes
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We visited here last night to see Lisa O’Neill and although this review isn’t about her I must say she was fabulous and well worth seeing if you like Irish folk music. Back to the venue .. wow how amazing is this little gem. This is an operating church that holds regular venues and it is absolutely stunning, the church itself is beautiful with high ceilings which allows the music to spread around the room, there are heaters on the wall so that the church isn’t cold , the building I believe holds 900 people seating on church benches which would be quite uncomfortable , but we had read previous reviews so I brought blow up cushions for £1.50 and took them with use which allowed us to really enjoy the evening. Upstairs hosts a bar and somewhere you can get food, prices are acceptable for London. You can take soft drinks down into the church but no alcoholic drinks they have to be drank in the bar This really is a beautiful venue and I would recommend everyone to pay a visit
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sonya P wrote a review Dec 2019
Grimsby, United Kingdom440 contributions82 helpful votes
I am an avid fan of Leonard Cohen. When informed that Perla Batalla, was singing his songs I just had to book. So glad I did. Perlas voice wassteng and powerful. Her renditions of his music was amazing. It was a trip I would highlt recommend. I would go to see her again. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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CoxieandBaggy wrote a review Nov 2019
Isle of Man, United Kingdom814 contributions104 helpful votes
Been here a couple of times to see Martin Stephenson and, more recently, Lloyd Cole. This is a great venue for that kind of music. Not sure the acoustics would be good for louder, electric bands but if you choose the artist wisely this is a great place to see live music. Being a church it has beautiful architecture but be aware that you are not allowed to take drinks from the bar into the church itself. Good thing is that you can sit where you want so get there early for the best seats. Not so good is that they are church pews and not the most comfortable for longer gigs!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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