Music fans have been passing down our stairway since the early 1940’s. That’s a lot of people and a lot of gigs. Over 50 years of presentations, right here, at 100 Oxford Street, in the heart of London.
Our longevity is due to an open-minded music policy. Where else in the world could you see The Aloof, Ben Folds Five, Doris Troy and George Melly on consecutive nights as happened here one week?
New vaccine app to be tested by UK clubs
13 February 2021
Working with the Music Venue Trust (MVT) and approved for trial, start-up company You Check will te
CTS Eventim boss wants vaccine check for audience
08 February 2021
CTS Eventim wants concert promoters to be able to tie audience at concerts and events to a vaccinat
Historic London venue saved by city council
30 January 2020
Legendary London venue The 100 Club, which hosted gigs by Louis Armstrong, The Rolling Stones, Oasi
BluesFest moves to The O2
29 January 2015
Live Nation has agreed a three year deal with The O2 for BluesFest to be held there. Last year’s
Suede Play First Gig In Seven Years
23 March 2010
Suede played their first gig in seven years in London on Saturday night (March 20).