Good location and nice venue. Went to kisstory on Saturday 20 October 2012 and although we had VIP tickets we waited for 30 minutes to be served a drink! There were only 2 bar staff in the VIP bar. Absolute joke. Then the card machine broke so they only accepted cash, if you didn't have cash, you didn't get a drink. No apology! Kisstory put on a brilliant night. Shame the venue let them down.
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Oct 3 2012
The little sister of the vast O2 Arena isn't really all that little. In fact, with a capacity of 2,350 – part standing room, part amphitheatre seating, sometimes part table seating – IndigO2 is one of the city's bigger venues. It attracts big soul, funk and pop-jazz acts (Roy Ayers, Stacey Kent), knackered old pop stars (Howard Jones, Gary Numan) and all points in between. It's hosted everything from the NME Awards to the legendary X-Factor boot camp sessions and Jongleurs Comedy Club twenty-fifth Anniversary shows. IndigO2 is worth the schlep out to Greenwich, especially if you go by boat.
What's on at Indigo2
Pop, Indian music, Asian music
Young Arijit is one of Bollywood's fastest-rising stars, having gone far in the 'Fame Gurukul' reality TV programme and then become a popular playback singer. He makes his first London appearance tonight.
Now in their forties and therefore by no stretch of the imagination 'boyz', the stratospherically successful American R&B vocal troupe return with acappella harmonies aplenty and lashings of schmoove.
Rock 'n' roll
The Rockney singalong duo celebrate 50 years in the business with a big gig. They'll play all the hits – 'Margate', 'Rabbit', 'Gertcha' and more – as well as tracks from their most recent album 'That's What Happens'.
Dapper rapper Future is from Atlanta, and has worked with Pharrell (who hasn't?), Kanye and loads more big hip hop and R&B names. He'll be dropping tracks from his critically acclaimed new album 'Honest' – originally called 'Future Hendrix', but don't...
Pop, Soul, New wave and post-punk
Relax! …and let the Frankie Goes To Hollywood main man take you on a journey through his back catalogue, from the Frankie classics of 1984 to brand (spanking) new material from his forthcoming fifth solo album.
Pop and rock
The seventies disco trio make a live return – sadly without their biggest breakout star, Jody Watley, but still armed with their repertoire of hits that were one of the big influences on the young Michael Jackson.
R&B, Pop, Soul, Funk
The longstanding Atlanta R&B collective return to London, with Rose Royce singer Gwen Dickey handling lead vocals, to tackle stone-cold classics including 'Just Be Good to Me'.
R&B, Soul, Vintage and oldies, Soul
Get on the Love Train – or rather the Jubilee Line – to catch the soul survivors as they play their first London shows in over two decades. The gigs are part of their current world tour, celebrating 50 years in the business, and they've still got two...
Legendary poppy doo-wop act famous for hits including 'Betcha By Golly Wow' and 'You Are My Everything' and fronted by Harold 'Eban' Brown – formerly of The Delfonics and The Manhattans – celebrate 45 years together.
Soul, Soul, Jazz and experimental, Funk
- Critics' choice
Stop sniggering at the back there! Tower Of Power are Emilio Castillo's ace Californian jazz-funk veterans, formed in 1967. Their mighty horns have backed up everyone from Elton John and Michael Bolton to Bonnie Raitt and PiL, and they should go deep...