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.
Indigo at The O2
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 – the former 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's twenty-fifth Anniversary shows. Given the right headliner, Indigo is well worth the schlep out to Greenwich – especially if you go by boat.
What's on at Indigo at The O2
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'.
Pop, Hip hop, Dance, Clubs
Snoop Dogg is back in London, but he's keeping his stoner flow behind his teeth for once to drop a 90-minute DJ set under his Snoopadelic name. He released a half-decent 'techno dance mixtape' as DJS a couple of years ago, but it's anyone's guess what...
Though Faith Evans has long tried to claw her way out of the Notorious BIG's shadow – she was briefly married to the late rap icon – it's been a difficult journey, and not one helped by the fact that her biggest hit (with Diddy) was the multimillion-selling...
New wave and post-punk, Synthpop
Once in possession of – or possibly possessed by – a very silly haircut, but now with a mature crop, synthpop hitmaker Jones returns. He's been in the game for 30 years now, and is celebrating by… keeping on performing his upbeat new wave, of course.
New wave and post-punk
- Critics' choice
John Lydon's sneering post-punk crew reformed in 2009, apparently bankrolled in part by the Sex Pistols reunion shows two years before. PiL perform tonight in their current incarnation, with Lydon backed by ’80s members Bruce Smith and Lu Edmonds and...
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, House music, Hip hop, Soul, Clubs, Soul, funk and rap
DJ and broadcaster Trevor Nelson ventures to the The O2's indigo for a New Year's Eve workout. Expect a smart crowd and plenty of old and new R&B, straight-up party and club classics, soul, hip hop and a bit of rare groove.
Pop, Reggae, Rock 'n' roll
The ever-popular Brummie reggae titans are back for more 'Red, Red Wine'. As well as the hits, original members Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue will perform songs from the band's eighteenth album, the country-toned 'Getting Over the Storm'.