A striking art deco building from the outside that doesn't let up once you're on the inside either – even the carpet has an art deco fan pattern running through it. This a stunning place to get married in (and many people do), but it's also just a fantastic, Grade II listed building that is used constantly for live music and sporting events, as well as parties.
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Formerly the lead guitarist in Canadian screamo kings Alexisonfire, nowadays Dallas Green (city, colour – get it?) makes big-hearted, clear-voiced folk-pop that's won three Junos. Three whats? They're Canadian Grammys, obviously.Pop Friday February 26 2016 - Saturday February 27 2016Read more
Originally acclaimed for their beguiling and genre-busting blending of the sharpest drum 'n' bass/post-techno and soulfully warm, almost folkish vocals, Andy Barlow and Louise Rhodes have been on an indefinite hiatus and haven't released any new Lamb...Thursday March 17 2016Read more
This rapidly rising Seattle duo produce enjoyable, on-trend R&B-leaning electronic pop with hints of glitchy, echo-laden dubstep reminiscent of Mount Kimbie.Pop Thursday March 31 2016Read more
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Deco was beautiful. Very Gatsby! Very spacious, never felt claustrophobic even at a pop rock gig! Also, random note but the toilets were exceptionally clean which is surprising when there were many drunk, messy people at the gig. They had a woman cleaning regularly which was great.
I went there recently as part of the East London film festival. I never knew about Troxy before but wish that I had been paying more attention. What an awesome venue in east London that should see more stuff there. It's beautiful original art deco inside, and as comfortable as any other cinema I've been in. It was a brilliant night from start to finish. I'd happily go back there, in fact, I want to go back there.