Concerts in London

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Concerts in London

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  • empathology
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands405 contributions
    A pleasant church in the very centre of London, this venue has been hosting intimate concerts for a very long time. Acoustics are good, though you may just hear the noise of Trafalgar Square outside during the silences. Seating is the church pews plus other spaces - take care that you don't pick a seat that has partial views! The cafe in the crypt offers a small range of (somewhat pricey) food, and you can take your drinks in with you. And the staff are courteous and friendly.

    If you're kicking your heels in central London, check out their programme - it's not expensive and is a nice way to spend a few hours in the company of (often) fine musicians.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • mia1663
    London, UK3 contributions
    Fantastic evening ! The ambiente was cosy with amazing live music. The staff were friendly and helpful. Can’t wait to return.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • Muke41
    Gunnislake, UK64 contributions
    A lovely auditorium and a fantastic view of the show. Lengthy queues for drinks but I suppose that goes with the environment.
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • jessii81
    Southampton, UK5 contributions
    Ok so I love it but I took my dad ( who isn't impressed by much in this world and saw the blues the first time around Inc Peter Green...) And he also loved it , wouldn't shut up about it.

    Come early to get a comfy seat and love it too
    Written May 22, 2022
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  • GrahamP113
    Witham, UK1,530 contributions
    Had a great experience at this hall on our first visit. All the staff so friendly and super helpful. Venue is clean, airy and just a great hall for a musical concert with great acoustics, thoroughly recommend
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • PathManSlough
    Slough, UK2,014 contributions
    My wife and I attended this venue last night to enjoy Sweet (the 70's band) with support from The Ovatines.
    We pitched up at about 7:40pm to see the support van ferrying their gear inside (their van had broken down,so they were running late!), but they were on stage live within 20 minutes or so.
    The Ovatines were not unlike a heavier, rockier version of the Kaiser Chiefs (IMO), and provided an excellent warm-up to the main act.
    We were upstairs in the seated section which has its own bar, but the largest crowd (mostly middle aged blokes!) were downstairs on the dance floor.
    Sweet came on and played a set which started with a couple of there 70's classics but soon switched to the heavier rock that they peddle in Germany these days. Not really our cup of tea, and IMO, this section went on too long for those fans who appreciate the Sweet of the 70's. I know they weren't keen back in the 70's to cover a lot of the Chinn & Chapman compositions like Co-co, Alexamder Graham Bell, Funny Funny, etc, but some of their fans WANT that stuff played!
    They finished by returning to the 70's for some classics (e.g. Blockbuster), so a good night was enjoyed, but it could have been so much better IMO.
    Written December 19, 2019
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  • stan360
    Weybridge, UK30 contributions
    Daylight music is a lovely, gentle way to spend a Saturday lunchtime. Tea, coffee, homemade cakes and wonderful eclectic music from talented performers, and all in the beautiful Union Chapel.
    Written March 2, 2020
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  • Holiday Queen 👸
    37 contributions
    This show was one of my best yet the tickets to see these guys are a bargain to cheap ! They really are so very talented and hard working they just put everything into there performance every one of them is equally talented there is nothing they can not do! They sing ( perfectly together and alone they dance they play instruments top band above super talent, they are just fully entertaining made me so very happy to see them I took my friends Autistic son and he was loving being able to sing along to all the songs and clap 👏 and cheer as loud as he liked knew he would love it just by seeing a clip on you tube. A Free beer all round!! They just kept giving to the Audience best entertainment. I hope you will come to Cantabury Marlowe theatre 🎭 so I can see all that again !!

    Thank you all so very much.
    Written January 25, 2022
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  • Hepburn1988
    Milton Keynes, United Kingdom17 contributions
    Emailed the venue beforehand for times and got a quick reply.
    Not long in queue. Security staff were fab. Had to show either cv19 pass or pcr test result for the plandemic. Funnily enough the seats were all cosy and squashed together meaning the huge blokes had to push their chairs back or sit hunched. Show proof of jag that doesn't work or a pcr that doesn't work then sit for a few hours all on top of each other - you couldn't make it up. Loved being close to others.
    Beautiful building. Was disappointed at the bar when I could not use legal tender - cash, luckily I brought a card with me. Not happy with that!!! Otherwise it would of got an excellent review.
    Written October 5, 2021
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  • ASouthAfricaFan
    Texas68 contributions
    The orchestra is extremely good and the conductor delivered a beautiful concert experience. You will not be disappointed!
    Written November 15, 2017
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  • Katherine E
    2 contributions
    I can't believe I've only just found this place! Had a wonderful time listening to live music last month, and stayed for the Dig? club night. Fantastic little gem in Finsbury Park, can't recommend enough!
    Written January 25, 2022
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  • Smoltman
    Courtenay, Canada8,923 contributions
    The Rudolf Steiner House usually does not put on plays but they did a great job with this one. The five actors did a great rendition of SH The Invisible Man. The play was 1 hour and 40 minutes plus a 15 minute intermission. The set was well laid out and the acoustics were also very good. Really enjoyed it!
    Written August 4, 2019
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  • futtock21
    London, UK11,216 contributions
    Set in an elegant red bricked Georgian building not a throw of a crankshaft from Waterloo station the 1901 Arts Club is a small but perfectly formed events space for hire. Particularly useful as a rehearsal space it also serves as the venue for two series of classical concerts starting this autumn, one organised by the Hattori Foundation, the other entitled Chopin and Champagne by Candlelight.
    Written October 24, 2019
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  • Elmo1989_03
    Ashby de la Zouch, UK1,383 contributions
    It doesn't look like much from the outside but inside was well lit and heated which was a welcome retreat from the torrential rain! Toilets were clean and queuing time wasn't too bad. Bar staff very friendly and drinks priced reasonably. We had got there for 7 as this was what time our ticket stated, only to be told the start time was actually 8pm. It seemed like a lot of people had this problem. The venue itself only seated maybe 300 people if that, and we were lucky enough to get 3rd row so a great view of Micky (who was fantastic as always.) A 10 minute walk from Stockwell tube station too.
    Written October 4, 2016
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  • hilary d
    London, UK550 contributions
    I was here to see the Abba concert with three friends.Its quite a journey to get here from North London but it was worth it!

    It was a great show,taking me back to my youth!
    Written May 24, 2022
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