Music Venue, Nightclub, Rock Club
- Go to the top balcony and watch the show from up there!!! You get such an awesome view of the stage and the biggest mirror ball in Europe.
- Get down to KOKO on a Friday night for great live music til late!
- 4.40 for a can of lager...it feels like your being raped every time you go to the bar.
- Camden features heavily in Londons pop history, but Koko must surely be its Forrest Gump, having had a hand in the gestation of numerous sounds and styles over the decades.
- Box office is open Monday to Friday on days where there are gigs on from 1-5pm, gig listings are on the link.
- Marrying the grandeur of Camdens seminal concert venue, live performances from some of the newest bands and guest DJs, Saturdays at KOKO are one of the best alternative club nights in town.
- One of my other favourite venues in Camden, London.
- Keep an eye on the website for their acts, you'll have an amazing night!
- Friday, May 7 at 10:00 PMClub NME featuring Art vs Science / Philadelphia
- Great music venue. Click on the link to read the rest of my experience.
- So much fun, great dance music and not that expensive. Also do not forget student card as it is 5 instead of 7 on Friday nights. This was my first time here and I will defiantly be back.
- get drunk...
- Great view on the stage from the top balcony!
- Sign up to the mailing lists and you can sometimes get free gig tickets!
- The second floor boxes are great - it even has its own bar. Get there through the corridor to stage right of the second floor bar.
- It used to host the very short-lived Klub Kerrang but loads of metal passes through here regardless. Due to most of the venue being a balcony, there are loads of decent places to get a good view.
- awesome place!
- Awesome concert place! Very authentic
- Great Venue in Camden, just outside Mornington Crescent Station (Northen Line)
- Old theatre turned into a night club. The venue really works well. It's cool walking up and down the stalls. When you dance downstairs you get the impression your the show! Live bands were too loud.