Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is an arts venue situated in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster, London, England, best known for holding the annual summer Proms concerts since 1941
The Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House is an opera house and major performing arts venue in the London district of Covent Garden, one of the foremost opera houses in the world. The large building, often referred to as simply "Covent Garden", is the home of The Royal Opera, The Royal Ballet and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club
On the first floor, above the main club is Ronnies Bar, a beautifully refurbished 100 capacity bar and lounge. Ronnies Bar was previously members only but is now open to all from 6pm every evening, we have bar and table service, a food menu and a full cocktail list. Open Monday through Saturday we have built up an increasing number of music nights over the past few months, all of which charge a nominal entry fee from 9pm onwards. We have kept the musical direction within a jazz framework with jazz jams and latin nights but also looked to stretch the boundaries with an indi film night and a jazz dance Saturday.
The O2 Arena
The arena at The O2 truly creates a new benchmark in what both fan and performer can and should expect from a rock or pop concert in the UK. You will only see the world's hottest and most sought after acts on this stage; Bon Jovi, Justin Timberlake, Scissor Sisters, Prince, The Rolling Stones, Elton John, Take That… and what a way to enjoy them. With perfect sight-lines from every angle, crystal clear acoustics, obscenely comfy seating, wide concourses between aisles and a huge variety of snack and drink options to enjoy throughout the show. We've even put paid to that excruciatingly painful and frustrating tradition of the “fifty minute queue for the loo” by fitting 548 toilets
Scala is a beautiful multi-purpose venue in the regenerated King’s Cross area, on the north side of central London. The building incorporates four main floors and accommodates events for as many as 1,145 people. There are three bars, 2 dance floors and a stage for live performances. There is a cloakroom on the first floor.
All-seater 'theatre style' venue which not only boasts decent sound, but generally agreeable views (unless you're stuck right at the back). Also boasts good Tube connections via the Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City Lines.
An ever-present on the gig circuit, Brixton Academy attracts not only up-and-coming bands, but big name acts looking for a 'nice little warm up venue'. A (relatively) small capacity of 4000 gives the right ingredients for a decent show, although the Academy's acoustics are variable to say the least.
While known principally as an art and classical music venue, the Barbican is fast becoming a first-class world music centre too. Shows often tie in with cultural exhibitions, so visits are likely to impress both eyes and ears.
Following an ambitious 15 month, £35 million refurbishment programme, the once ailing Wembley Arena has now been transformed into one of the city's best music venues. Reopened in April 2006 to the sounds of Depeche Mode, the Arena now overlooks a brand new public square, with improvements that include better acoustic sound proofing, new seating, a revamped foyer, restaurants and toilets.