London, England

Performance History

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The Roundhouse is a performing arts and music venue located in Camden, London, United Kingdom. It is a historic building that was originally built in 1847 as a railway engine shed, and it was later converted into a performing arts center in the 1960s. The Roundhouse is known for its distinctive circular shape and its innovative and eclectic programming. It has a capacity of up to 3,300 people and has hosted a wide variety of performances, including music concerts, theater productions, dance performances, and circus shows. Over the years, the Roundhouse has been a platform for many famous and influential artists, including Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, and The Doors. It has also been a venue for many important cultural events, such as the Poetry Olympics and the BBC Electric Proms. In addition to its role as a venue for performing arts, the Roundhouse is also known for its youth outreach programs, which provide opportunities for young people to get involved in the arts and develop their creative talents. The Roundhouse Studios program offers young people access to professional equipment and resources, as well as mentoring and support from experienced artists and technicians.}


Venue Info

Built: 1847
Venue Status: year not entered yet
Demolished: year not entered yet
Seating Capacity: 1700 seated / 3300 standing

Location Info

Chalk Farm Road, Camden Town
London, England
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Other Names

  • Roundhouse (1961)
  • The Round House (date not entered yet)

Trivia & History

An abandoned locomotive shed which was taken over in 1961.

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