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Dingwalls

Dingwalls is a live music and comedy venue adjacent to Camden Lock, Camden, London, England. The 500-capacity venue hosts gigs and a weekly Comedy Loft comedy club. The building itself is one of many industrial Victorian buildings that were put t ...

Dublin Castle, Camden

The Dublin Castle is a pub and live music venue in Camden Town, London. It was built for Irish navvies working on railways in London, but gained prominence as a venue in the late 1970s after the band Madness established a live reputation there. S ...

G-A-Y

G-A-Y is a long-running gay nightclub, based at Heaven in Charing Cross, London. It originally started in 1976, and for many years was based at the London Astoria.

George Tavern

The George Tavern is a Grade II listed public house and music venue located on Commercial Road in Stepney, London. It is owned and operated by artist Pauline Forster. Previously known as shelter, the building contains original brickwork for nearl ...

The Half Moon, Putney

The Half Moon is a public house and music venue on Lower Richmond Road in Putney, London. It is one of the citys longest running live music venues, and has hosted live music every night since 1963.

Les Cousins (music club)

Les Cousins was a folk and blues club in the basement of a restaurant in Greek Street, in the Soho district of London, England. It was most prominent during the British folk music revival of the mid-1960s and was known as a venue where musicians ...

Limelight (club night)

Limelight is a classical club night that takes place at the 100 Club, in Soho, London. The night aims to broaden the appeal of classical music by presenting artists in an intimate, "rock & roll" environment, undermining conventional notions that ...

London Blues and Barrelhouse Club

The London Blues and Barrelhouse Club ran between 1957 and 1961 at the Round House public house at the junction of Wardour Street and Brewer Street in Soho, London. Established by Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner, it hosted many visiting American b ...

The Speakeasy Club

The Speakeasy Club, also known as The Speak, was a club situated at 48 Margaret Street, London, England, and served as a late-night meeting place for the music industry from 1966 to June 1978. The club took its name and theme from the speakeasies ...

The Lexington, Islington

The Lexington is a pub and music venue on Pentonville Road in Islington, London that opened in 2008. The bar specialises in bourbon, as well as American craft beer. The building it is in was built over 1875 to 1876 and was originally known as The ...

The Venue (Victoria Street, London)

The Venue was a live music club at 160–162 Victoria Street, London, England, owned by Virgin Records. It opened its doors on 1 November 1978 and operated until 1984. The first act to play there was Graham Parker and The Rumour, followed by the la ...

Vortex Jazz Club

The Vortex started as a jazz club in 1987 and was located in Stoke Newington Church Street, north London. But after the acquisition of that building by property developers, the club was moved in 2005 to the Dalston Culture House in Gillett Street ...

The Windmill, Brixton

The Windmill is a pub and live music venue in Brixton, London, England, with a reputation for championing new music. The pub was built in 1971 on a neighboring Blenheim gardens, residential complex, named after the adjacent heritage stable and th ...

Athletic Ground, Richmond

Built in 1886, and located in Richmond upon Thames, London, the Athletic Ground is a rugby ground, managed by Richmond Athletic Association, home to Green King IPA Championship sides Richmond and London Scottish. The first team pitch has a stand ...

Beckenham Place Park

Beckenham Place Park is a large park located near Beckenham in the London Borough of Lewisham. It lies close to the border with London Borough of Bromley. The Palladian-style mansion that gave the park its name now serves as a community centre an ...

Brentford Community Stadium

Brentford Community Stadium is a stadium currently under construction in Brentford, west London with a projected capacity of 17.250. It is planned to be the home of Brentford FC and London Irish RFC.

Capital Karts

Capital Karts is an indoor go karting track based in Barking, East London. It is the largest indoor track in the UK at over 1.050m long and has won multiple awards. Established in 2013 by co-founders Matthew Holyfield and Alastair Flynn in a dere ...

Crystal Palace circuit

Crystal Palace circuit is a former motor racing circuit in Crystal Palace Park in the Crystal Palace area of south London, England. The route of the track is still largely extant but the roads are now mainly used for access to the Crystal Palace ...

Hillingdon Cycle Circuit

Hillingdon Cycle Circuit is a purpose-built road cycling circuit situated in Minet Country Park, Hayes in west London. The 0.93 mile long, 6 metre wide circuit is used for year-round racing, training and leisure riding.

Hurlingham Park

Hurlingham Park is a park and multi-use sports ground in Fulham, London, England. It is currently used mostly for rugby matches, football matches and athletics events and is the home of Hammersmith and Fulham Rugby Football Club. The Park served ...

Ladywell Leisure Centre

Ladywell Leisure Centre was a leisure centre located in Lewisham, London. The leisure centre was owned by London Borough of Lewisham and managed on their behalf by Lifestyle Fusion. The building was demolished in 2014, as a result of the new Glas ...

New Plough Lane

New Plough Lane is a stadium in Wimbledon, southwest London which is currently under construction. Once built, it will be the home of AFC Wimbledon. The club was purchased and cleared on the former site of Wimbledon Greyhound stadium in anticipat ...

Perivale Park Athletics Track

Perivale Park Athletics Track is an athletics track in Ealing, West London. It is the home of Ealing, Southall and Middlesex Athletics Club and the West London Hammer School.

Romford Ice Arena

Romford Ice Arena was an ice rink located in Romford in the London Borough of Havering, England. The venue was built in the 1980s and at the time of opening in 1987 was equipped with a full range of facilities, including a cafe and arcade games. ...

South Norwood Leisure Centre

South Norwood Leisure Centre is a leisure centre located on Portland Road in South Norwood in Croydon, London. It contains a 25m sized swimming pool, teaching pool, 32 station gym and two studios. The centre is managed by Better.

SPACe Centre

The Hackney SPACe Sports Centre, is actually called SPACe. is a leisure centre in Hoxton in London Borough of Hackney, England. It is part of Hackney Community College and was opened in February 2001 following grants from Sport England with the i ...

Ark Recordings

Ark Recordings is a London-based independent record label, run by Jamie Davis and Russell Warby. The label was launched in 2005 after Transcopic Records announced a break, and Davis has teamed up with Warby to create cross-Atlantic signature impr ...

Communion Music

Communion Music is an independent music company, made up of Communion Records, Communion Presents, and Communion Publishing. It has offices in London and Brooklyn, NY. In its capacity as a label, promoter and publisher it currently works with a w ...

Headphone Dust

Headphone Dust is a UK-based independent record label founded by the musician Steven Wilson. Its almost entirely focused on releasing Wilsons own music as well as his remixes of other artists. The only exception to this is the Irish band Fovea Hex.

Rekids

Rekids is a UK-based independent record label, conceived in 2006 by Matt Edwards and James Masters. The label releases mainly electronic dance music, incorporating elements of techno, house and disco. The label has a number of core artists, inclu ...

Alaska Studio

Alaska Studio is a recording and rehearsal studio, located in Waterloo, in central London. Alaska Studio was founded by Pat Collier of The Vibrators in 1977, initially as rehearsal rooms, and was so successful that he also founded Greenhouse Stud ...

Berry Street Studio

Berry Street Studio was a recording studio in Clerkenwell, Central London. Established in 1970, Berry Street is built along traditional lines, having a large live area, incorporating acoustically live and dead zones, together with isolation booth ...

Blackwing Studios

The Blackwing Studios complex was housed inside a deconsecrated church in South-East London. All Hallows church was partly destroyed during The Blitz in 1941. After the war Southwark Cathedral retained the north aisle and carried on using it as a ...

British Grove Studios

British Grove Studios is a recording studio located at 20 British Grove in Chiswick, West London, owned by musician Mark Knopfler. British grove studios was built by David Stewart, the current head of the Studio, commissioned by Knopfler as "a mo ...

Dean Street Studios

The premises are first known to have been used as a film studio in 1950s, which then became Zodiac Studios. The Studio was bought by producer Tony Visconti in 1977 and operated for 13 years under the new name of the Studio Good Earth, with Paul, ...

Decca Studios

From the companys beginnings in 1929, British Deccas earliest recordings were made at two locations, the Chenil Galleries Studios in Chelsea, and later in Lower Thames Street. Auditory evidence from the time suggests that these setups were rather ...

IBC Studios

The IBC Recording Studios were recording studios located at 35 Portland Place, London, England. In the 1960s and 1970s the studios become internationally famous after being used by some of the biggest recording artists in the world. Chas Chandler ...

Mayfair Studios

Mayfair Recording Studios was a recording studio located in Primrose Hill, London, England. The studio was originally established in Mayfair, London in the 1960s thus giving the studio its name. Many notable artists and musicians such as Bucks Fi ...

Miloco Studios

Miloco was formed out of the merging of three former London recording studios: Milo Music, The Garden and Orinoco Studios. Music Milo began in 1984 as a small Studio on the square in East Londons Hoxton Studio is usually referred to simply as squ ...

Morgan Studios

Morgan Studios, also known as Morgan Sound Studios, were recording studios at 169-171 High Road, Willesden, north west London. The studios were notable for many recordings of the 1960s and 1970s by some of the most important British bands and art ...

Nemo Studios

Nemo Studios was a recording studio in London, planned, built and used by Greek composer Vangelis between 1975 and 1987. Numerous highlights of Vangelis career were composed in Nemo, including soundtracks for Ridley Scotts Blade Runner, and Hugh ...

Pathway Studios

Pathway was a North London studio located at 2a Grosvenor Avenue, Newington Green, founded by producers Peter Ker and Mike Finesilver and later run by Mike until the mid 1990s. Among the well-known artists who made their early recordings with pro ...

RAK Studios

RAK Studios is a recording studio complex with residential facilities located near Regents Park in central London, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1976 by English record producer Mickie Most. RAK has four recording rooms. Studios 1 and 2 house ...

The Sanctuary (recording studio)

The Sanctuary is a recording studio in Battersea, London founded by David McEwan and Eric Appapoulay in 2006. It is best known as the facility at which Plan B created his 2010 award winning album The Defamation of Strickland Banks. The sanctuary ...

Island Studios

SARM Studios is a recording studio located in Notting Hill, London. The studios were established by Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, and were originally known as Basing Street Studios. It has also been known in the past as Island S ...

Townhouse Studios

The Town House was a recording studio located at 150 Goldhawk Road, Shepherds Bush in London, built by Richard Branson in 1978, and managed by Barbara Jeffries as part of the Virgin Studios Group. The Virgin Studios Group was acquired by EMI when ...

AllthePigs Theatre Company

AllthePigs Theatre Company is an independent theatre company based in London. Their stated mission is to "showcase the hidden gems of the past, champion up-and-coming playwrights, and give both the platform to shine".

ATC Theatre

Actors Touring Company is a touring theatre company based in London, founded in 1978 by Artistic Director John Retallack. Previous Artistic Directors have included Mark Brickman, Ceri Sherlock, Nick Philippou, Gordon Anderson, Bijan Sheibani and ...

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