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Hear new music and up-and-coming acts at the intimate Borderline in Soho.

Borderline has been one of London's top live music venues for more than 20 years, welcoming artists such as Blur and Amy Winehouse. The modern hangout showcases some of the best talent in indie, blues, rock, pop, and alternative music, as well as hosting regular club nights.

Sip on a cool collection of cocktails in the lounge area, or spend the night on the dancefloor listening to the latest tracks.

Venue Details & Map


Orange Yard, Off Manette Street
0870060 3777

Facilities & Accessibility

Accessible Bathroom Facilities
Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 33 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Borderline

4.0 out of 5
04 April 2016
by Georgia J.

We went to the 90's night on Friday and had a pretty alright time!

Personally it wasn't my type of 90's music (as I spent the 90's as a wannabe rude girl in primary school and so mostly listened to uk Garage and cheesy pop music, and this seemed more geared to those who were kind of cool and in their teens during the era) but the drinks were dirt cheap and the dance floor was full.

In fact... more

4.0 out of 5
29 January 2015
by Cristin L.

Nice intimate venue The Borderline, we were here for a Tony Wright gig. And what an excellent night we had too.

The size of the venue is my ideal gig venue size. Love places like this, where you can almost reach out and touch the performer - not that I would and not that I'd want to mind :)

Bar was efficient.

Loos quite clean and well stocked, given it's a music venue is a high... more

5.0 out of 5
28 October 2016
by Sylvain G.

My first time there was unbelievable and i won t forget it!! I went to see my idol charlie winston. I met him and enjoyed all staff!! Hope to come again. See u more

4.0 out of 5
30 June 2012
by Dixie Q.

I came here upon finding out they play Britpop. As a Britpop fan, how can I not go clubbing in a venue that will play my type of music? Esp when there are no venues in Toronto?

The place itself seems to cater to the university crowd. The not discerning crowd perhaps? Because the decor is not the priority here. The beer is cheap and flows abundantly. The cover charge is cheap too. The crowd is... more

4.0 out of 5
28 May 2018
by Rachel G.

My friends and I came here a few nights ago for one last night out before leaving London for Stratford (we're on a university trip). I'm introverted as hell, so the fact that I spent the entirety of the time I was there singing AND dancing AND trying to get others to dance means that this venue is doing something right. The music was good, a nice mix of early 2000s and current pop that sent me... more

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