The Guardian says: Capacity: 3,300 standing, 1,700 when all-seated. In practice, for gigs, that means 3,300. Who plays there: At the moment, it’s hosting the iTunes festival, which means some of the biggest names in music. But even in the normal run of things, it attracts a pretty strong selection of all sorts of music, with the autumn line-up featuring Goat, Opeth, Katy B, St Vincent, the War on Drugs, Flying Lotus and Robert Plant, among many others. read more
London Venue Guide says: Camden Roundhouse is a fabulous Grade II listed building 200 yards from Chalk Farm Tube Station. Originally built as an engine shed, the Roundhouse's heyday was the 1960's, when it was known as a cutting-edge performing arts venue, and the likes of The Doors and Jimi Hendrix played there. read more




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