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“Wonderful intimate venue”
Review of Aeolian Hall

Aeolian Hall
Ranked #6 of 89 things to do in London
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Reviewed August 7, 2013

The Aeolian Hall makes you think the entertainer is in your living room. Limited number of seats, and generally a chance to meet the entertainer during the break. Many different kinds of music from pop to classical, folk, and more. Recommend getting on their mailing list for fastest notice of upcoming acts. Call about accessibility since hall is on 2nd floor. Believe there is an elevator but never used it. Park on the street. Area looks kind of scary, but concerts don't go too late so it is generally ok.

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Reviewed August 7, 2013

This venue holds all sorts of theatre, art and musical talent! They offer something for everyone.
The sound quality of this old building is amazing. You can get on their email list to make sure you don't miss out!

Thank Heather G
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Reviewed August 6, 2013

Whatever your musical tastes the Aeolian Hall will have something to satisfy you. Classical, jazz, alternative, folk, world music and more are all here at the Aeolian. This small concert venue is run as a non-profit corporation. The Aeolian was originally built as a town hall in 1882 and was converted to a concert hall in 1969. It is a comfortable welcoming place to enjoy live music.

Thank TerryOne
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

Been here for everything from classical to country to celtic to Japanese drumming. Get on their email list. Does not matter what you are in to it is great.

Thank Scordicio
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Reviewed August 4, 2013

Going into this hall is interesting - the hall is on the second floor so there are stairs and there is an elevator. Parking is on the street, some at the back and some in a lot nearby - this is not expensive. There are very few restaurants in the area and this isn't a great place to walk around. The building is historical so there are great features in the architecture inside. Look on the website for concert schedules which posts various types of music and dance. When the music starts, you will be pleased with the acoustics. For musicians, this is a wonderful place to perform. I really enjoy going to this hall - it's a blast from the past. Also there is often an art exhibit in another section of the second floor and there is a pay bar for drinks. It has a great dance floor.

Thank kgilbert_12
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