Under the Bridge is a uniquely stylish West London music venue, purpose-built to the highest specification and featuring stunning, state-of-the-art sound and lighting.
Designed in homage to the legendary venues in rock history and the greats of British music, it’s a new club that feels like it’s been around forever.
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Under the Bridge
Stamford BridgeLondonSW6 1HS
- 0207957 8261
Top 5 reviews of Under the Bridge
Most of the time I barely take note of a concert venue, since I'm there for the show. But there is something special about Under the Bridge. My first time here was for a Yelp event, and then I returned with another friend to see Matt Bianco.
This place is just incredibly comfortable. Great views everywhere thanks to the raised outer circle, and far more seating than I've ever seen in a venue... more
I love a spontaneous gig. So when a friend invited me to Under The Bridge with 24 hours notice, I thought yes please! A free music gig under Chelsea's home ground in upper middle class Fulham, oh well lah di dah!
We were on the VIP list for a Universal event to launch a new album (I had NO clue what to wear), which sounds exciting but what it actually meant was that we were let into the venue... more
Fantastic venue. I've seen a bunch of bands there (including The Blues Brothers Band!) and been there for the Yelp Red Party too. It's classy, cozy, and not too big so even from the back you're pretty close to the band. more
Hm. I'm really torn on how to rate this place. It is kind of ???? upon first arrival as it is located on the grounds of Chelsea Football Club. No matter, it's easy enough to find and convenient to the tube. There was a lot of staff on hand. Let me say that the sound was fantastic. It was one of the best-sounding concerts I have ever been to in terms of equipment and acoustics.
The décor... more
Why wouldn't I give them five stars? I won tickets out of a local newspaper to 'The South' here which I remember from my teens. The security are not heavy and it's snazzily furnished with seating areas unlike when I won tickets to 'The South' last year at an O2 venue in Islington. This is much nicer. Old photographs of musicians are displayed around the cosy seating areas and the toilets are... more