Monday 29th of February 2016
London is renowned worldwide for its musical talent, whether it be up and coming acts, or well established artists, London really comes to life through its music. Of course there are plenty of music venues dotted around the city that you can visit when you’re in town to really make the most of the blossoming music scene. Here at Easirent we have selected some of our favourite music venues for you to enjoy while you’re visiting the city. So pick up your Easirent hire car from our London Heathrow Airport branch and explore the musical treasures that the city has to offer.
1. Union Chapel
Built in 1877, Union Chapel is a stunning Grade one listed Gothic chapel in Canonbury, London. Playing host to a range of live jazz and acoustic music, Union Chapel still operates as a working church. The building has also been voted as one of the best music venues in the entire capital, so make sure that you check out he listings and pay it a visit.
2. Cecil Sharp House
Cecil Sharp House is located in Primrose Hill, just a short drive in your Easirent hire car from our London Heathrow Airport branch. Purpose built in 1930 to promote and preserve the English folk music scene, Cecil Sharp House knows how to host a fun filled evening. Take the whole family along to one of the venue’s infamous barn dances, for a night that will guarantee plenty of laughs.
The Barfly is located in Camden in North London, just a stone’s throw away from our Easirent pick up point at London Heathrow Airport. Specialising in showcasing in up and coming artists, there is live music every evening in the Barfly. You can even hang around after the band has finished to catch one of the capital’s best DJ sets, which carries on into the early hours.
4. The Dublin Castle
The Dublin Caslte has played host to some very famous faces, including Amy Winehouse, Blur, The Killers and Coldplay to name a few. So if you’re a fan of rock and roll, then you don’t want to miss out on an evening in London’s infamous Dublin Castle, which can be found in Camden in North London.
Koko has hosted the musical elite over the years, and has welcomed the likes of Prince, Madonna and Oasis onto its stage. Originally built as the Camden Theatre in 1900, Koko is an architectural triumph and is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area.