Music Venue, Performing Arts
- The Grade II-listed Roundhouse was built in 1846 as a turntable shed for steam engines, and the venue has married beautiful looks with beastly behaviour ever since.
- Of course, this is one of London's great music venues. Even better for extreme circus. Look up to the roof on the extension and you'll see a little-known Antony Gormley.
- Lovely old renovated venue, just try and get a good spot without a pillar in the way!
- The Doors performed at the Roundhouse back in the summer of 1968!
- Make sure that you dont get stuck behind one of the pillars during the show or you won't be able to see a thing!
- An incredible calibre of live shows happen at this venue (we've seen the likes of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Grizzly Bear), including the BBC Electric Proms and various intimate shows by big acts.
- Make sure to get cash beforehand, as no bar takes card, and the cashpoint inside charges you. Opt for sainsburys across the road
- saw Pink Floyd and The Who here new year's eve 66/67 - it's probably changed a bit
- For gods sake don't get stuck behind a pole
- Absolutely one of the greatest music venues in London!
- There's another smaller bar upstairs too. And if you've got seat for a gig but feel like moving, there's space to dance at the front and back of the upstairs section.
- The iTunes festival here is awesome. Free tickets, free downloads, well organised. Get applying.
- MUSIC. It bloody rocks.
- Cool music venue. Sound was great and the main space has a retro feeling.
- I came her to see blue and it's an amazing venue, a lot bigger than you think, cloak room staff are super quick and it has a really nice bar to chill out in before or after the performance starts
- iTunes Festival!
- great concert hall. beware you're not sitting behind a beam though.
- Primos hermanos del Price de Madrid
- Become a member. It goes to giving disadvantages kids access to creative space and you get a VIP bar too
- Great music venue, great bar attached