London is one of the entertainment capitals not just of the country, but of the world. For some of the best music, film, theatre and performance, you can rely on London to show you the best in mainstream and independent performance to keep you entertained all night long. For a city which never sleeps, they keep the pace up, with shows por performances every day in almost every corner of the city. Whether you’re looking for a great play or an underground concert, London’s entertainment venues range from London 5 star hotels to the pubs of outer London.
The O2 has several different venues across London. From the Brixton O2 to the O2 arena, there’s plenty of choice when it comes to these stellar venues. One of the great things about the O2 is that it brings a mix of golden oldies and stellar newcomers to their sites, meaning that whether young or old, rock fanatic or rap fanatic, there’ll always be something for every taste to enjoy.
Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera House is based just off of Covent Garden in a magnificent 2256 seated venue. With a history of incredible performances in Opera and ballet, you can soon find the magnificent Swan Lake playing in the incredible 18th century venue. With so much history to it, the Royal Opera House is a great example of London architecture of the time alongside being one of the best venues in the world to watch classic and contemporary opera and dance. For guests at the Montcalm London City at the Brewery Hotel, you can bring luxury to the streets by investing in a ticket for this once in a lifetime experience.
The 100 Club is a well known club near Covent Garden which has a history of showing some of the best bands in history. From the Sex Pistols to Louis Armstrong, this 1942 opened club is still one of the best in the city for iconic and memorable acts. Whether you’re looking for a club night or a raucous live act, the 100 Club is the place to be and be seen.
The Camden Roundhouse is a Camden based venue which focuses on great live acts from both the past and the present. This large auditorium hosts everything from garage nightclubs to 80’s rockstars, bringing you a diverse mix of acts to reflect the diverse culture of the Camden area. What’s more, you can find poetry, theatre and film festivals occurring in the multimedia venue, as well as a great bar and atmosphere just outside of the centre of Camden, and a stone’s throw from the iconic Camden market.
One of the great underground venues of London, the Shacklewell Arms is based in Dalston and is a gritty, loud pub venue with late night gigs and club nights which won’t break the bank. If you want to see some great bands, both known and unknown from across the globe, then the Shacklewell Arms is the place to visit.