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Venue Details & Map
Indigo at The O2
Peninsula SquareLondonSE10 0DX
- +44 (0)20 8463 2700
- Public transport:
- North Greenwich (Jubilee Line)
Top 5 reviews of Indigo at The O2
For anyone who was young in the late 80's will know the sound of London's very own group, Soul 2 Soul.
After hearing they were performing at IndigO2 at the O2, I jumped at the chance to go see Jazzie B spin a few discs.
It was a great evening, with lots of tunes (including Back to Life) that made me feel like a teenager all over again.
IndigO2 is one of the lesser known music venues... more
Went here for the first time last week to see Adam Ant in concert (am I showing my age? Yikes!).
It was fun (Mr Ant fell off the stage ... twice. Very rock 'n' roll). The sound and lighting were fantastic in my opinion (but it should be noted I rarely go out to see live shows these days). Bar staff seemed efficient enough for a packed house, and the overall vibe of Indigo was cool as well.... more
Been here 3 times for NFL on Sunday's. It's pretty good. One big TV showing best game of the day and 5 TVs showing other games, etc.
Beer is decent, £16.50 for a huge jug of Becks, containing at least 5 pints.
Best of all, you can bring in food from outside to eat while you watch the games.
Overall, it's a good place to watch some NFL games. more
i found this establishment to be spacious apart from when the seating are placed for concerts... you don't really have a great deal of leg room if you have seats in front of you... but lucky for us we got free tickets and had plenty of leg room as our seats were on the end of the row to side and had no seats infront of us but unfortunately our view of the stage was semi restricted... : ) we... more
The first time I came here, I was under the misapprehension that we were seeing a band at the O2 Arena. Indigo at the O2... the O2 Arena... massive difference, certainly in terms of size. This place is teeny tiny by comparison. But after getting over the shock, I was pleasantly surprised. This place ain't bad.
I've come here a few times now, both for seated concerts and standing gigs. I... more