I absolutely adore union chapel. Last year I saw the civil wars there and this year I have tickets to see ben gibbard. The acoustics are amazing, the upstairs bar is beautiful, and the whole place is just absolutely worth 20 quid (or more) for a ticket.more
I adore coming here for gigs. How can music not sound amazing, with the acoustics of a church adding their magical touch to it?
Buy a cup of tea, find a seat on a pew (not allocated) and enjoy the stunning surroundings. Disabled friendly: phone in advance and a seat will be reserved for you.more
Great idea for a music venue! This place is a church on it's music days off.
Imagine popping into the local church and seeing some great musicians play where the priest usually stands!
The sound system is fantastic & it's an intimate venue, seating is free for all so get there early to pick your seat!
I wish all churches doubled as a music venue! Check it out if you get the chance.
This is one of my favourite venues in London. It's atmospheric, and feels bizarrely wholesome which is refreshing considering the usual sticky fleapits of London I attend to fuel my music habit.
I love the fact that you can carry a cup of tea to your pew.
I love that you're sitting down and yet not a hundred miles away.
I love the fact that the audiences are (typically) quiet and...more
Came here to see the London Gypsy Orchestra (and will some back in a few months to see Jeff Mangum). The venue itself is fantastic and quite unique, aesthetically speaking. Functionally, this place is pretty rough. The seating is all open, so that means first come, first served. Or at least it SHOULD mean that.
When I went with my special lady to see the Orchestra, we had bought our tickets...more