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  • 1. Cafe OTO

    Dalston

    A relaxed café by day, and London's leading venue for experimental music by night, Cafe OTO is a Dalston institution. Its programming of free jazz,...Read More

  • 2. EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney)

    Dalston

    East London’s coolest performing arts venue occupies two huge spaces (one standing, one with unallocated bench seating) in an old art deco movie theater. Original...Read More

  • 3. Jazz Café

    Camden Town

    A long-standing hotbed of cool in Camden, the Jazz Café hosts top acts in mainstream jazz as well as hip-hop, funk, world music, soul, and...Read More

  • 4. Pizza Express Jazz Club

    Soho

    One of the United Kingdom's most ubiquitous pizza chains also runs a leading jazz venue in Soho. Established in 1976, the dimly lit basement restaurant...Read More

  • 5. Ronnie Scott's

    Soho

    Britain's most famous jazz club has attracted the biggest names—from Stan Getz to Ella Fitzgerald and Jimi Hendrix—since opening nearby on Gerrard Street in 1959...Read More

  • 6. The 100 Club

    Soho

    Since this legendary live music venue opened on Oxford Street in 1942, many of the greats have played here, from swing and jazz stars Glenn...Read More

  • 7. Union Chapel

    Islington

    The beauty of this sublime old chapel and its impressive multicultural not-for-profit programming make this spot one of London's best musical venues, especially for acoustic...Read More

  • 8. 606 Club

    Chelsea

    Established in 1976, this Chelsea jazz club embraced speakeasy style long before it became a nightlife trend. Buzz the door near the far end of...Read More

  • 9. Ain't Nothin' But ...

    Soho

    This sweaty and fun venue off Carnaby Street does exactly what its name suggests. Local blues musicians, as well as some notable names, squeeze onto...Read More

  • 10. O2 Forum Kentish Town

    Kentish Town

    The best up-and-coming and medium-to-big-name music acts (recent bookings have included Beck, The Libertines, and Paul Weller) consistently play at this 2,000-capacity club. It's a...Read More

  • 11. Oliver's Jazz Bar

    Greenwich

    The scuffed carpet and peeling paintwork only add to the atmosphere at this tiny basement jazz bar, one of London's leading music venues. There's live...Read More

  • 12. Roundhouse

    Chalk Farm

    This 1840s former railway terminus and onetime gin warehouse in Chalk Farm now hosts a varied program of live music, circus, theater, cabaret, spoken word,...Read More

  • 13. The Camden Assembly

    Camden Town

    Drawn by its reputation for featuring indie stars of tomorrow (think the likes of Jessie J, Laura Marling, The Killers, and Foals), non-mainstream crowds flock...Read More

  • 14. The Dublin Castle

    Camden Town

    Run by the same family for nearly three decades, The Dublin Castle has hosted almost every British rock group you care to name, from Madness...Read More

  • 15. The Troubadour

    Kensington

    A music venue since 1954, this is the last survivor of the coffeehouse scene of the 1950s and '60s that spearheaded Britain's folk revival (it...Read More

  • 16. 12 Bar Club

    Soho | Live Music

    This small and rough-and-ready acoustic club hosts notable singer-songwriters. Four different acts of new folk, contemporary country, blues...Read More

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