Indigo at The O2

IndigO2, at The O2
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Indigo address and telephone

Address:
Indigo is located at: Millennium Way, North Greenwich,
London SE10 0AX
England
Telephone:
You can contact Indigo on Work +44 (0) 208 463 2000

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Get ready for an 80s Invasion -- at the Indigo   

Jimmy Carr's Greatest Hits (Jokes) Tour   

> See all events at Indigo

 

The indigO2 is a smaller entertainment venue next to the main O2, just under the roof. It has a capacity of up to 2,400 people with theatre-style seating downstairs and a huge balcony area.

 
  • bobby – “I've been to the o2 loads of times and that is like going to a stadium, and I thought the indigo2 was just going to be a little venue but it was really good. It reminds me a little bit of a nightclub but its got a balcony and lots of good big bars. We were on the balcony sitting down and had an okay view of the stage, but it was not brilliant, and next time I think I will try standing infront of the stage because you get a better atmosphere standing there, instead of in the seats. They need to bank the seats more so little people like me dont have to peer over people's shoulders.”
  • TobyL – “”

> Events at Indigo

   Indigo North GreenwichBuy yourself a couple of cans of hairspray and re-live the glory days of music with the 80s Invasion at the Indigo.

   Indigo North GreenwichJimmy Carr is back on tour and playing one night at the Indigo, telling all his best jokes from the last ten years.

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