Events at Union Chapel
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Compton AvenueIslingtonLondonN1 2XD
- +44 20 7226 1686
I saw a stand-up comedy show -- the End of Fringe Gala -- and Union Chapel was such an incredible venue for it. T
he closeness of the ground floor seating to the stage made the whole process much more entertaining, and for the most part, the upstairs seating was just as good, with less chance of getting called on as a punchline.
The venue was very full, but still managed to be enjoyable...more
I've been to a lot of music venues in my day, and this place stands out as one of the best I've been to. Small, intimate, and if you get there early enough to stand in line, you'll get a killer seat.
The venue was a church for years and now is set up for concerts. The downstairs and balcony are all church benches, so there are no assigned seats (at least the case for the Beck show). The sound...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.
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
How is this all-inclusively $FREE.99? Thank you Yelp London for sending me an invite through elite-mail! To get into that Halloween spirit, it's a must to take a visit to the Union Chapel for a Jameson Cult Film screening! Although Quatermass and the Pit was a 60's original "classic" film, I didn't enjoy it much. I just chuckled at the special effects and felt bored with the film. Nonetheless,...more