This huge arts and entertainment complex has its own cinema, theatre, art gallery and music hall.
This used to be an old dance and snooker hall, and despite its small size they still manage to attract some top-notch bands and top-class comics.
Cadogan Hall is an intimate little venue in Chelsea that’s famous for its classical music recitals. They also put on a few pop concerts and musicals.
The Eventim Apollo (better known as the Hammersmith Apollo) is one of the London’s best venues for concerts and comedy shows.
The Indigo is a club-like venue inside the O2 Arena. They put on a lot of tribute bands, club nights, comedy acts and a few sporting events.
Some of the biggest names in jazz, soul and reggae music play at the Camden Jazz Cafe. They also put on a lot of DJ and club nights.
The Coliseum is home to the English National Opera and puts on a lot of operas and ballets in one of the largest and most beautiful theatres in London.
It’s primarily used as a theatre, but the London Palladium also puts on a lot of concerts at the weekend. It’s famous for the Royal Variety Performance.
The O2 Academy (aka the Brixton Academy) is another popular venue for music concerts. Lots of big music and comedy acts perform here.
The O2 Academy Islington puts on a lot of up-and-coming bands and tribute acts, as well as a few famous names from the past and present.
London’s biggest and busiest entertainment venue has got everything from pubs, clubs and restaurants to a cinema, bowling alley and exhibition space.
The O2 Empire has around 2,000 seats and is used by big bands for small, intimate gigs. It also hosts a lot of dance nights.
The London Forum has a seating capacity of around 2,100 and hosts up-and-coming bands, a few big names, and lots of club nights.
The Purcell Room is part of the Southbank Centre complex, and plays a lot of classical music, world music, plus some occasional celebrity talks.
Queen Elizabeth Hall has a seating capacity of just over 900 and offers a lot of classical orchestras, quartets, choirs and dance performances.
Ronnie Scott’s is one of the world’s finest jazz venues. Their basement club attracts the world’s greatest jazz and blues stars.
Camden Roundhouse is one of the most unique concert spaces in London and hosts a lot of festivals, big name bands and up-and-coming acts.
One of London’s most prestigious music venues is best known for classical music, but it also hosts lost of music concerts, comedy and sports events.
The Royal Festival Hall has a capacity of 2,500 seats and hosts everything from classical concerts and dance shows, to literary events and celebrity talks.
The Royal Opera House is home to the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet Company and is a presitigious venue for opera, ballet and dance.
The SSE Arena (better known as Wembley Arena) is a popular venue for music concerts, comedy gigs, sports events and family shows.
Wigmore Hall is an intimate little venue and music conductors consider the acoustics to be some of the finest in Europe for classical music.