5 Great London Venues

After a day out in London you might be looking for some evening entertainment in one of many London venues, a relaxing bar or an energetic nightclub

Rooftop Film Club

An open air cinema group with rooftop views across London

Ronnie Scott’s

One of the world’s most famous jazz clubs, opened by famous saxophonist Ronnie Scott in 1959 in Soho

Millennium Dome

Iconic dome building right on the Greenwich peninsula opened in 2000 to celebrate the third millennium arrival

Roundhouse

Performance and Arts centre built in a grade II listed railway turntable between Camden & Chalk Farm

Royal Albert Hall

One of the UK’s most treasured concert halls, seating over 5,000 people built in 1871 in South Kensington


Rooftop Film Club 2

Rooftop Film Club

For a memorable open-air, “drive-in” cinema experience on 2 of London’s rooftops with stunning views of the city!

Watch an array of hand-picked, iconic movies from cult classics to modern releases in the comfort of your comfy deckchair and wireless state-of-the-art headphones, incorporating stunning sound so you never miss a line

With rooftops in Stratford and Peckham, check out their schedule online and pick your favourite time from their endless carousel of titles. Buy your ticket online, which can be transferred for free if the screening needs to change

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Address

Rooftop Film Club Roof East, Great Eastern Rd, London E15 1BB

Hours

See site for specific film times

Location

Ronnie Scotts

Ronnie Scott’s

Hosting some of the biggest names in jazz from 1959 including Sarah Vaughn, Count Basie and Miles Davis, Ronnie Scott’s continues to this day to attract the biggest names and hotly-tipped up and comers

The history behind this authentic, speakeasy style club and Ronnie Scott’s own experiences make this a truly iconic venue right in the heart of Soho, which itself is famed for its energetic streets and bustling nightlife in central London

Including a full a la carte menu, plus an extensive cocktail and champagne menu, you can find yourself your kicking back here for an entire exhilarating afternoon or evening with no need to leave at all

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Address

47 Frith St, London W1D 4HT

Hours

Mon & Tues – Closed
Wed to Sun – 4:30pm to 10pm

Location

Millennium Dome

Millennium Dome (The 02)

The originally named Millennium Dome was built to house “Millennium Experience”, a major exhibition, and is currently the 8th largest building in the world, right on the Greenwich peninsula overlooking the Thames

Now known more simply as The O2 or O2 Arena after a rebrand and funding from telecommunications company, O2, to become a sports and entertainment area which houses several major brands and outlets all under one massive, domed roof

As well as housing the Icon Shopping Outlet, Bars, Dining, Immersive Experiences & a Cinema, you can even tale an exhilarating walk over the top of the dome from one side to the other!

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Address

Millennium Way
London
SE10 0BB

Hours

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Location

Roundhouse Camden Chalk Farm

Roundhouse

Host to a number of festivals, events, performances and concerts between Chalk Farm & Camden, which has it’s own unique culture within London, in a grade II listed former railway shed

Built in the 1847 as a marvel of civil engineering with a full turntable making it’s distinctive round shape, and later opened as a venue opened as a venue with over 4,000 performances from 1970. The performance calendar varies to book your favourite tickets ahead online

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Address

Chalk Farm Rd, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8EH

Hours

Sat to Mon – 9:30am to 5pm
Tues to Fri – 9:30am to 9am

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Royal Albert Hall 2

Royal Albert Hall

Built by Queen Victoria in 1871 and then renamed in Prince Albert’s memory to “Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences” to honour her late husband who’s vision was to create the “Central Hall” to promote understanding and appreciation of the Arts and Sciences

Today it is host to some of Britain’s most prestigious concerts and orchestral performances such as the BBC Proms

You can also enjoy a choice of tours, cafes and bars during your visit

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Address

Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London SW7 2AP

Hours

See site for details

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