A unique venue whose high ceilings have played host to a wide variety of artists from cabaret to cutting-edge electronica. Built in 1905 as a dance hall, it made its way to 2001 in various incarnations before being renovated into the live music and entertainment venue we know today. The larger Shepherd's Bush Empire down the road gets all the mainstream gigs, whereas the Bush Hall welcomes niche artists and those on their way up. Occasionally established bands also seem to love it for secret and fan club gigs.
London Live Music Venues
Former dance hall that now plays host to a variety of live music.
310 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7LJ
Events at Bush Hall
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 7.30pm | £30, season ticket £75
A performance by the Grand Maestro Hossein Alizadeh, justifiably regarded as one of the most iconic Iranian musicians of the last half a century, known for his innovative approach to Persian music. He is accompanied ...
Monday 31st October 2016 - 7.30pm | £7
Pop-rock originals are what this London-based five-piece bring to the stage. Support from Husky Loops and Pleasure Complex.
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 7.30pm | £9.50
The New York-based singer brings his commercial pop to the UK's shores.
Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7.30pm | £16
The musician from Middlesex performs blues, Hindustani and tabla rhythms with his band.
Friday 4th November 2016 - 7.30pm | £12.50
The independent singer-songwriter performs electronic music, incorporating house, disco and synthpop.
Giant live music venue with a high domed roof.
211 Stockwell Road, Brixton, London, SW9 9SL
Tube: Brixton Station
This former cinema with its art deco interior, proscenium arch and 140ft dome is London's most celebrated venue for live music, winning Best Live Venue at the NME awards for 7 years in a row. The famous sloping floor means there are great views wherever you're standing, though keeping your feet can be a problem at the more raucous rock gigs. Most of the biggest bands in the world have played here, and it also holds some of Britain's hardest club nights. The sound could be better, but with a capacity of 4,700, a 6am licence, one of the biggest dance floors in the capital, and a location in one of the hardest-partying areas of London, this is the only place to watch your favourite bands and DJs.
Events at O2 Academy Brixton
Thursday 17th November 2016 | £28.50
Parisian electro swing band, who energetically fuse hedonistic house and old school jazz. Caravan Palace is "an unlikely amalgamation of jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and Daft Punk," according to the Independent, "they're an irresistible (Christmas) ...more
Friday 28th October 2016 - 9pm | £23.50
The biggest names in bass come together for one night. With Sigma, Sub Focus, Pendulum, Camo & Krooked, Dimension and 1991.
Sunday 30th and Monday 31st October 2016 - 7pm | £40
The Mercury Prize winner performs after the release of her ninth studio album, The Hope Six Demolition Project.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £27, phone for availability
The British singer-songwriter and guitarist from Nottingham plays his self-penned indie folk and country music.
Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7pm | phone for availability £25
Electro pop and synth from the French singer-songwriter, otherwise known as Heloise Letissier.
Dalston's cafe/creative haven doubles up as an evening music venue.
18-22 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL
Café Oto is a vibrant live music venue with the atmosphere of a student union cafe which puts on avant garde music from the Dalston scene. Housed in the old Reeves Artists' Colour Paint Factory - the three storey building was established in 1868 - Café Oto includes a large cafe/performance space where you can get lunch, tea and alcoholic drinks with an evening programme of creative new music almost seven nights a week.
Events at Cafe OTO
Friday 28th October 2016 - 8pm | £10, adv £8, mems £6
The Japanese musician and illustrator, otherwise known as Kouhei Matsunaga, performs his brand of dance-oriented experimental contemporary music. With support from the UK-based composer and improviser.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 8pm | £27.50, adv £16.50
Bands from across Europe perform at the annual minifest of improv, jazz and new music. Featuring sets from Evan Parker, Julie Kjaer, Susana Santos Silva and others.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 8pm | £12, adv £10, mems £8
The musicians celebrate 20 years of Confront Recordings, with the quartet's world premiere and the duo performing Bernard-Marie Koltes' In the Solitude of the Cotton Fields.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 8pm | £12, adv £10, mems £8
The multi-instrumentalist, the drummer and the virtuoso perform as a jazz trio.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 8pm | £9, adv £7, mems £6
The throat singer, who has won numerous competitions and earned the nickname of Golden Throat, performs. With support from the London-based orchestra, the composer and the pianist.
Camden venue that's hosted everyone from the Sex Pistols to Goldie.
Camden Lock, Camden Town, London, NW1 8AB
This small Camden venue, known as Dingwalls, has a bar at the back, a stage at the front and room for a couple of hundred people in between. Just as renowned for showcasing up-and-coming talent now as it was in the '70s when the Sex Pistols, Blondie and The Ramones were just a few of the seminal bands who performed there, Dingwalls continues to be a champion of new music.
Events at Dingwalls
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 7pm | £8
The singer-songwriter from Tunbridge Wells performs his original folk pop numbers.
Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7pm-11pm | £16
The Hawaii-based singer-songwriter and surfer comes to the UK to perform his Americana and country originals.
Friday 4th November 2016 - 7.30pm-11.30pm | £25
The outfit, who frequented the music scene in 1979, performs new wave and power-pop.
Monday 7th November 2016 - 7.30pm-11pm | £16
Forming in 1993, the Italian collective continue to play their own unique brand of folk music.
Wednesday 9th November 2016 - 7.30pm-11pm | £12
The quartet from Boston performs hardcore metal.
Art deco venue which offers a stage for both standing and seated events for theatre, comedy and concerts.
45 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9QH
Tube: Hammersmith Station
Once London's largest all-seater venue, the Hammersmith Apollo has a 3,600 capacity for seated shows and a 5,000 capacity for standing-room-only gigs. It was renovated in 2002, and now works well as a venue for theatre (hosting a huge variety of shows from Riverdance to Thomas the Tank Engine) as well as rock concerts. It has been the scene of some famous rock concerts including gigs by the Beatles, David Bowie and Queen and does a strong line in comedy - it's where Live at the Apollo, screened on BBC1, is recorded. Its visually challenged exterior (not helped by its poluted location on the busy Hammersmith roundabout) disguises an impressive art deco auditorium - when it was built in the 1930s its original purpose was a cinema and it still features the original 1932 Compton pipe organ.
Events at Hammersmith Apollo
Friday 28th October 2016 - 6.30pm | £36.24
This show brings Capital listeners closer to some of the world's hottest artists, DJs and producers including The Chainsmokers, Tinie Tempah, Zara Larsson, Craig David, Clean Bandit ft. Louisa Johnson, Sigala, Sigma, Blonde, Bob Sinclar, ...
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 7.30pm | £38.50
Pop rock and jazz-funk band from the Isle Of Wight.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 7.30pm | £27.50 & £32.50
The British YouTube stars tour their show about their travels across America.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 7pm | £33.75 & £47.75
A reproduction of classic Genesis concerts featuring all the hits alongside replica props and visuals.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7.30pm | £27.50, phone for availability
The electronic-pop singer-songwriter from London performs in support of his 17-track album, The Colour In Anything.
This mega club is famous for its gay night but also welcomes an impressive gig programme.
Under the Arches, Villiers Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 6NG
London's most famous gay club is a vast labyrinth of dancefloors, bars, cafes and shops. This is the kind of place where it's perfectly ok- and encouraged- to jump on a podium: skimpy outfits are preferred. The atmosphere in this deservedly famous venue is second to none. As well as the notorious club nights, Heaven boasts a regular programme of live gigs, which include both established and up and coming artists. It has also been used for a number of music videos, including 'Tapes and Money' by dance producer and DJ, TEED.
Events at Heaven
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 10.30pm-6am | £7-£15
Deep and dark beats led by special guest hosts Mauricio Ortiz and Biagio Galotti.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 11pm-5am | £5 & £8
Techno, house, R&B and hip hop over four rooms, with DJs Max Chapman, Gonzalo and Nick Shepherdson.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £17.75
The Norwegian five-piece plays atmospheric electronica-pop with synths, beats, harmonies and big choruses.
Monday 7th November 2016 - 7pm | £11
Alt pop artist Amber Bain performs in support of her recently released EP, Clean.
Thursday 10th November 2016 - 7pm | £12.50
Dark, euphoric soundscapes from the three-piece who count Portishead and Massive Attack as big influences.
A spiritual home for London's reggae, rock and world music fans.
95 Effra Road, London, SW2 1DF
Tube: Brixton Station
This pub is the sister venue to one of the Scottish Highlands' most successful venues, Hootananny in Inverness. Revamped and refurbished, it's fast-establishing itself as one of the finest venues in South London. The late night venue plays host to a regular programme of world music: reggae, blues, ska, jazz-funk, gyspy swing, battle rap, flamenco rock and dubstep, it can all be found here. It has a crowd covering all ages, races, and income brackets, united by their desire to listen to great music and socialise.
Warehouse style bar with great acoustics and an impressive live music programme.
2-4 Hoxton Square, Hoxton, London, N1 6NU
Tube: Old Street Station
Hoxton Square have deliberately gone for an unfinished urban feel, with bare warehouse walls, scratched-up furniture and one huge glass wall exposing the clientele to the headlights of cars trapped in the one-way sytem. With the likes of Example, Foals and Austra gracing the venue's stage, it's a great place to uncover new music - expect sticky floors and big crowds.
Events at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Friday 28th October 2016 | £5
The Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen takes inspiration from creepy Netflix show Stranger Things for its Halloween offering. The Night Call Halloween Special will see the venue transformed into a fog-hazed homage to Hawkins - ...more
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 8pm | £10
The folk pop band from Rhode Island perform songs from their second album Moon Saloon.
Saturday 5th November 2016 - 9pm-2am | £5-£10
The legendary DJ takes residence at the venue and spins a mix of hip hop, R&B, soul, disco and more.
Sunday 13th November 2016 - 6pm-10pm | £10
The independent rapper, entrepreneur and ninja will be celebrating the release of his third studio album The Way Of Shao.
Wednesday 16th November 2016 - 8pm-11pm | £12
A French rap-electro band, based in Bordeaux and Paris. Their style can be defined as deconstructed-rapped-20s-synth-protest hip hop.
Located in an old theatre, this Camden institution offers a mixture of live bands and club nights.
1A Camden High Street, Camden Town, London, NW1 7JE
KOKO offers a great mixture of live bands and club nights that have put it at the heart of the Camden nightlife. The huge stage, broad balconies and plush upstairs bars are a reminder of its former role as the Camden Theatre, and the deep red colour scheme, chandeliers and gilt molding give it a decadent air that matches the rock stars who grace the stage. It has an illustrious rock 'n' roll history, having hosted The Clash and the Sex Pistols in the 1970s, and The Eurythmics, Madness and Madonna in the 1980s. It became a much-loved scuzzy rock club in the 1990s, before being restored and reopened in 2005.
Events at KOKO
Friday 28th October 2016 - 6pm | £13.50
The Manchester-based foursome performs its take on post-punk.
Friday 28th October 2016 - 10pm | £5
Headlined by electronic outfit from Manchester The Whip with support from The Bay Rays.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 10pm | adv £10
Resident DJs supply an all-night journey of pop, dance, disco, R&B, indie, party bangers and club anthems.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £20
Prog-rock and folklore-pop from the BAFTA Award-winning comedian and musician.
Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7pm | £18.50
The indie-rock outfit from Los Angeles performs in support of its album Sunlit Youth.
Big-name acts and a programme dedicated to fresh talent are all housed under this famous roof.
Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH
Tube: Chalk Farm Station
Boasting a colourful history, the Roundhouse initially started life as an engine shed. It was later transformed into a bonded warehouse for Gilbey's Gin before Arnold Wesker established Centre 42 here, insisting it became one of the most cutting-edge performing arts venue in the country. Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd played several memorable concerts and it is these performances that have sealed the Roundhouse's legendary reputation. By the 1980s it was a crumbling wreck and took £27 million to restore it. A shiny, angular, glass three-storey extension has been attached to the original dark-grey drum. Tickets for main performances here can be a little steep but you can rest assured that you're supporting one of the best artistic initiatives in north London.
Events at Roundhouse
Friday 28th October 2016 - 7pm | £16.50
The London-based duo perform their original electronic-soul taken from their debut release, Warm on a Cold Night.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 7pm | £16.50
The experimental hip hop and punk-rap outfit from California, fronted by vocalist Stefan Burnett aka MC Ride, perform the fifth studio album Bottomless Pit.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 7pm | £17.50
The indie-rock artist from Chicago, Illinois takes to the stage to perform his latest psychedelic-infused tracks.
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 7pm | £30-£65
Music fans have the opportunity to attend the magazines annual ceremony for the first time, and witness the awards and performances live.
Friday 4th November 2016 - 7pm | £22.50
The long-established Swedish unit performs its classic Viking metal.
This King's Cross venue is home to live music, clubs, art, and film.
275 Pentonville Road, King's Cross, London, N1 9NL
Tube: King's Cross Station
Housed inside the old King's Cross Cinema, Scala might be a bit tattered around the edges but this only adds to its battered charm. The venue welcomed legends like Iggy Pop during the 70s, but didn't become a purely music venue until 1993. Since then though it has seen an illustrious series of soon-to-be-famous bands pass though the doors, including Foo Fighters, Chemical Brothers, Scissor Sisters and Coldplay.
Events at Scala
Friday 28th October 2016 - 10pm-6am | NUS £13, £15
Returning from Italy, the Haile recommended Imperial Sound Army with Dan I and full crew alongside Robert Tribulation, Jimmy Ranks, West London Crew and The Mighty ABA Shanti I spinning the latest drum'n'bass and reggae.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 9pm-4am | £19.98-£34.99
Celebrating the last ever Halloween Ball with White Mischief.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 7.30pm-11pm | adv £14.50
The American combo plays space-rock and psychedelic-rock with a sound that includes experimental, minimalist and drone-rock influences.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7.30pm | £10
The Brighton-based four-piece play their brand of summery, indie-pop music.
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 7.30pm | £10
Indie foursome from London comprising Rollo Doherty, Jack Raeder, James Wolfe and Toby Richards.
Former BBC recording theatre now plays host to gigs and occasional club nights.
Shepherd's Bush Green, London, W12 8TT
The Empire is, admittedly, not the most comfortable of venues - the standing area is sunk so far beneath the main stage that anyone under six foot risks painful neck injuries if they want to watch from close-up. Still, the faded grandeur of this former BBC recording theatre, a fantastic acoustic, and the cheerful international population of Shepherd's Bush all add up to a fun live experience, and many musicians cite this as their favourite London venue to perform in.
Events at Shepherd's Bush Empire
Tuesday 15th November 2016
Maximo Park, ex-Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes, Travis lead singer Fran Healy and Frank Turner, playing his only London date this year, perform in solidarity and support of the victims of the Bataclan Theatre attacks in ...more
Friday 28th October 2016 - 7pm | phone for availability
The two internationally-renowned comedians bring their podcast to the stage.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 7pm | £22
The English musician and songwriter Chris Corner performs synth rock and pop.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 7pm | £33.50-£100
The Sheffield-originating threesome and pioneering electropop group celebrates the 35th anniversary of its debut album, Penthouse And Pavement.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £22.50
Alt-country singer-songwriter from America and her band.
This former art deco cinema now welcomes a weekly programme of live gigs.
9-17 Highgate Road, London, NW51JY
Tube: Kentish Town Station
Once a gorgeous art deco cinema, The Forum is now an essential mid-sized rock venue. It's got everything you want from the North London rock scene, with superb bands week-in week-out, and a fully-lubricated, enthusiastic and music-loving crowd. Well-designed and well-organised it manages to avoid the bar queues that are a feature of so much London gigging, while the main stage has great sound and a design that brings bands far closer to their audiences than you have any reason to expect in a venue this size.
Events at The Forum
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 9pm-3am | £14
The DJs will be providing all the best power ballads all night long.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £15.50
The four-piece band from London plays indie-rock originals.
Friday 4th November 2016 - 7pm | £31
Eighties Gothic rock band who formed from the ashes of gloomy outfit The Sisters Of Mercy.
Saturday 5th November 2016 - 7pm | £18
Drum'n'bass producer and musician hailing from Belgium.
Wednesday 9th November 2016 - 7pm | £18.50
The rapper and former grime MC from London, Jermaine Scott Sinclair, presents his hip hop and R&B stylings.
The largest purpose-built music venue in London.
Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0BB
Tube: North Greenwich Station
The centrepiece of the redeveloped Millennium Dome is the O2 Arena, the first purpose-built music venue in London. With a capacity of 23,000, it offers the rather soulless Wembley Arena some serious competition. Big name acts such as The Rolling Stones, The Killers, Justin Timberlake, Girls Aloud and Tina Turner have performed on stage, with the likes of Beyonce, AC/DC, Kings of Leon and Britney Spears set to appear in 2009. The 02 Arena also hosts live comedy and was used for the first ever ATP World Tour tennis finals in November 2009. It has been used ever year since for the annual tennis event - with the current contract running until 2015. A variety of other sports events take place under the dome - including darts, polo, gymnastics, martial arts, wrestling and basketball from the NBA. As a music venue, it is reportedly the most visited arena in the world. From the expensive debacle that was the Millennium Dome, something quite special has sprung.
Events at The O2 Arena
Friday 4th November 2016 | £45-£50
She may have started out as a Disney star but Selena Gomez is now a fully fledged, bona fide multi-platinum selling pop star. For those still doubtful, the first three singles - Good For You, ...more
Friday 9th December 2016 | £36.50-£46.50, phone for availability
The guitarist and singer-songwriter, who most will know as the lead singer of 1990s band The Verve, fills The O2 with his solo alternative-rock material. Following well received shows at London's Roundhouse and Manchester's Albert ...more
Tuesday 22nd - Friday 25th November 2016 | £62.50-£75
Rock and roll legend Rod Stewart returns to the capital for two gigs at The O2 Arena in front, no doubt, of hoards of female fans. The timeless performer attracts a loyal following and continues ...more
Friday 28th October 2016 - 7pm | £45-£95
The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, who has been separately anointed the queen of R&B and hip hop-soul, shares the bill with the neo-soul showman, who is promoting his blackSUMMERS' night album.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 6.30pm | £55 & £65
Power chord-laden classic rock from the veteran four-piece, consisting of original members Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke. Plus special guests Richie Sambora and Orianthi.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 7.30pm | £65-£95
The veteran singer-songwriter from Belfast, known to his fans as Van The Man, performs his rock, blues and folk hits in the company of the iconic British rock guitarist.
Traditional no frills boozer famed for its live music.
38 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3ES
Tube: Old Street Station
The Old Blue Last is a legendary pub and live venue in Shoreditch, East London brought to you by the people at Vice magazine. The venue has two floors, the pub and the small upstairs room where the likes of Arctic Monkeys and Florence and the Machine have played gigs before becoming the stuff of legend. The pub hosts different nights which range from fun bouncy pop to punk parties, indie swag hipster nights to dirty drum and base as well as Vice magazine launch parties. In the live room upstairs most nights are free and even the ticketed gigs rarely cost more than a fiver.
Events at The Old Blue Last
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 8pm-12midnight | Free
This three-piece American group performs its own take on freakbeat and garage-rock. Support from The Trouble and Stash.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 8pm-12midnight | Free
The band with links to Essex and London plays hardcore punk songs. Support from Waco, Who Cares, Shot and Splurge.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 8pm-12midnight | Free
This Copenhagen-originating singer performs his self-penned electro-soul songs.
Wednesday 2nd November 2016 - 8pm | Free
The alt rock collective perform live in support of their new EP.
Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7.30pm-1am | Free
It's self-penned indie-punk that these three from London bring to the stage. Happy Accidents, Personal Best and Crushing support.
The Islington Chapel is one of the most enchanting music venues in London.
Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN
This Grade II listed building just south of Highbury Corner functions not only as a place of worship, it is also one of London's most unique and enchanting live music venues with a diverse and enticing list of upcoming events. There's something quite magical about this place and you will be hard pushed to find a more memorable location to listen to live music in London. The Chapel has seen over a century's worth of visitors come through its doors and has welcomed artists such as Bjork, Tori Amos and Fionn Regan to the stage in recent years. Performers are framed by the stained glass window and the space is lit with the warm glow of church candles. A fully licensed bar is open on show nights, and a kiosk in the Chapel provides visitors with hot chocolates and snacks to keep hands warm in those chilly winter months.
Events at Union Chapel
Friday 28th October 2016 - 7pm | £20
Jazz-influenced folk and rock from one half of Everything But The Girl. The special guest for the night is the former songwriter and guitarist with Suede.
Sunday 30th October 2016 - 5pm-10.15pm | £15
An immersive theatrical experience in the form of a spooky tour behind the scenes of the chapel.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 7pm | £25
The American swamp-rock artist performs in support of his 19th studio album, Rain Crow.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 7pm | £13.50
Kate Stables' musical project, who perform in changing configurations from duo to quintet, play melodic electronica with psych-pop tinges.
Thursday 3rd November 2016 - 7pm | £20
The acoustic pop singer-songwriter from Surrey, best known for his top 10 single Dream Catch Me, performs in support of his album Human Love.
Vast, mostly seated venue for live music, indoor sport and touring family shows.
Arena Square, Engineers Way, London, HA9 0DH
Tube: Wembley Park Station
This is London's second largest indoor arena after The O2, and though the building lacks the character of some of the older venues, the sheer scale of the place makes Wembley Arena an exciting place to watch a gig. Located opposite Wembley Stadium, Wembley Arena has hosted concerts by some of the world's most famous artists, including The Beatles, Rod Stewart, ABBA, The Cure, Spice Girls, Beyonce, Bob Dylan, Pearl Jam and many more. Comedians who have graced the venue with their witty presence include the likes of Eddie Izzard, Michael McIntyre, Ricky Gervais and Bill Bailey. Try and have a look at a seating plan before booking, as you can end up an enormous distance from the stage. Wembley Arena is also a major indoor sports venue, hosting the annual Masters Snooker tournament, boxing, mixed martial arts, ice hockey, darts, netball, basketball, five-a-side football, wrestling and even cage fighting. The Arena, which was built in 1934, originally housed a swimming pool, which was used during the 1948 and the 2012 Summer Olympics. A versatile space, Wembley Arena has also been used for the filming of popular TV shows The X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing.
Events at SSE Arena, Wembley
Thursday 15th December 2016 | £29.74-£40.75, tickets on sale Mar 18, 9am
Lead by singer-guitarist Brian Molko, the alternative rock outfit performs songs from the repertoire as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their debut album. Androgyny's favourite son (or daughter) Brian Molko brings his band Placebo ...more
Tuesday 15th November 2016 - 6.30pm | £23.25
The four-piece from Llandudno performs garage-rock and post-punk, with rock'n'roll and indie-pop influences.
Saturday 19th November 2016 - 7.30pm | £32.50-£45
Blues-centred, progressive death metal sounds come courtesy of the award-winning five-piece collective from Stockholm.
Friday 25th November 2016 - 8pm | £48.50 & £61
The inimitable Mick Hucknall and his soulful band perform their hits.
Sunday 27th November 2016 - 6pm | phone for prices
The singer performs Bollywood hits with top musicians.
This basement club is one of the best places to catch big-name DJs, dance acts and bands.
32-37 Cowper Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4AP
Tube: Old Street Station
Located a few minutes from Old Street tube, XOYO opened in September 2010 and was re-launched in 2012. On Friday nights the venue holds a programme of cutting edge live events - past performers include Mark Ronson, Simian Mobile Disco and Mike Skinner - while Saturdays are dedicated to parties from some of London's top club promoters, including Bugged Out!, Neon Noise Project and Upset the Rhythm. Spread across two floors, the top floor being sister bar The Shoreditch Butchery, XOYO has a capacity of 800 and aims to be an incredible platform for London's clubbers.
Events at XOYO
Friday 28th October 2016 - 9pm-4am | £5-£18.50
The fourth quarter resident is joined by Kerri Chandler, who brings her house classics dating back to the 1980s to the set.
Saturday 29th October 2016 - 9pm-4am | £5-£18.50
Hip hop, funk and jazz with an African twist from Romare, Andres and Moomin.
Monday 31st October 2016 - 10pm-3am | £5 & £7
Underground house and techno dropped by DJ Yasmin.
Tuesday 1st November 2016 - 10pm-3am | £7, adv £4
A weekly dose of house and techno from resident DJs and a scattering of guests.
Friday 4th November 2016 - 9pm-4am | £5-£18.50
The fourth quarter resident is joined by ghetto house master Deeon and the Polish DJ duo spinning bass-driven tech house.
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Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Shepherd's Bush Empire
The O2 Arena
The Old Blue Last
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