As the name would suggest, this chain of shops buy, sell and exchange records, tapes, CDs and videos as well as computer games, TV and film memorabilia, books, comics, clothing, jewellery and accessories. They also deal with a wide range of audio visual and photographic equipment. You are required to bring ID with your address and signature when selling or exchanging items.
Venue Details & Map
Music & Video Exchange
23 Greenwich Church StreetLondonSE10 9BJ
- +44 (0)20 8858 8898
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
Top 5 reviews of Music & Video Exchange
This small second-hand music shop in the Greenwich town centre looks like someone's car boot sale. Posters adorn the wall, CDs and DVDs are stacked in rows on counters and shelves, and there's barely enough room for more than five customers to browse at the same time (not to mention the guys who work there look like they're on a permanent tea break).
However, what looks like disarray isn't... more
Part of a decent chain that have a few branches around London and the UK dealing in second hand music. Records, CD's, DVD's all at prices cheaper than your usual music outlet and get this, when something doesn't sell they lower its price. It's true. This means you can play cat and mouse with them for weeks until that Sonic Youth LP you've been yearning for is about £3. That is of course... more
The Music & Video Exchange in Greenwich is another in the Exchange group based around London. I find that this one is not as bargainous as its cousins elsewhere but there are still some good finds to be had here.
Cheap second hand and promotional albums are there for the taking if you fancy sifting through the racks. Most albums are individually priced and are all guaranteed to work. The... more
I just walked by the store on my way back from work and decided to buy something for my boyfriend, who is a huge music lover. Although the shop look like a huge mess the clerk was really helpful in explaining the order. You can't imagine my astonishment when i found a limited edition Iron Maiden vinyl, which my boyfriend was searching for. I recommend visiting this little shop. more
It's one of the weird signs of the way the music industry has changes in recent years that you can can buy a secondhand CD or DVD at Music and Video Exchange, marked down from £12, to £11, to £10, to £9, and congratulate yourself on your bargain and then the next find the same CD or DVD being sold new for a fiver.
This has happened to me several times. I love the shop. I love the pricing... more