The building that is now known as the Roundhouse began life as a Victorian steam engine repair shed. It was first used as an arts venue in 1964. It played host to many famous rock and pop music acts of the era including Pink Floyd and the Ramones. It was given a complete refurbishment over a decade which was complete in 2006. It now presents a variety of entertainments including music, theatre, festivals, installations, talks and screenings.
The venue has a capacity of 1,800 seated or 3,300 standing. It has 2 bars and a café which is open until 6pm. The main space is an industrial and atmospheric location with natural light streaming through the glass lantern centrepiece.
There are a limited number of wheelchair spaces available for each performance. Patrons are advised to call ahead for booking and information. There is an infra-red system in the auditorium for the hard of hearing.
The nearest tube is Chalk Farm, which is just a couple of minutes’ walk away. Parking can be made available on site by special arrangement only.
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