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Been to a few gigs here, the atmosphere in the place is great
Door staff are quick and efficient, you're not queueing very long before you're in.
The beer is a bit ropey but that's not usually not that much of a priority at gigs....More
First time here (since it changed from Sea many moons ago) on a Friday night to see the 911 and 5ive gig.
Downstairs isn’t too big and it was a tight squeeze but there’s a seating area and standing balcony upstairs with more room. Bar...More
This was my first visit to the Riverside. We had tickets for Sam Fender and were really looking forward to it. The music was excellent but the venue was very disappointing. From the moment we walked in it was a squeeze to get anywhere eg...More
Was really looking forward to this event. Seen Limehouse loads of times before and had heard good reports about Livewire. Arrived a bit late for the event and Limehouse were already on. The place was absolutely packed. Initially, could hardly get into the room, but...More
Went to see some bands here, and can't really fault it. Compared to some live music venues I've been to, it was pretty decent. The staff were helpful and friendly for the most part. Security/bouncers were a little overzealous but otherwise fine.
Went to listen to Monaco Blonde and the Coasts live. About 90 people in the venue. Bouncer friendly on the door although he did face plant a young lad at the end of the night for taking his shirt off.
Bar had limited selection and...More
Here last Friday night to see the Youngblood Brass Band. The lady at the door was lovely. Overall, the venue is fine. No bells or whistles, but if you just want to dance (on a sticky floor) and watch a band you like, there is...More