This working church is one of the oldest sites of worship in Britain. It's also among London's most spectacular intimate venues, thanks to a packed gig calendar and a white-and-gold interior with a capacity of just 120.
|Venue name:||St Pancras Old Church||Contact:|
191 Pancras Rd
|Transport:||Tube: King's Cross|
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This Wild Life
Acoustic emo pop-rock duo.Pop and rock Thursday November 10 2016 - Friday November 11 2016Read more
Into It Over It
Emo – it's such a dirty word, but it wasn't always doom, gloom, eyeliner and fringes. Once upon a time, emo was part of the continued evolution of American hardcore punk: visceral, melodic, sometimes harsh, and (obviously) emotional. Evan Weiss has been...Rock and indie Monday November 14 2016 - Thursday November 17 2016Read more
Folk singer-songwriter from Bristol.Folk, country and blues Wednesday November 16 2016Read more
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Quite a surprising venue for a gig, but it certainly works. We saw The Cadbury Sisters play here and the sound was fabulous.
Folk On worked this venue very well considering how small it is. I know the gig was sold out well in advance. The audience participation and joyous, inclusive nature of the bands performance made this a brilliant and hilarious night out in Londontown.