London’s music scene is bursting with incredible local talent and global superstars. Every year, millions of people head to the city’s iconic venues to spend the night singing along to their favourite artists.
If you’re a music lover and you’re planning a trip to the Montcalm London City Hotel, you’re in luck. Our hotels near Liverpool Street Station are just a stone’s throw away from some incredible live music venues. Here are some of the best ones if you’re planning a night out with your loved one.
Chalk Farm Road, London
This popular Camden hotspot has been a beacon of culture in the area for decades, hosting all kinds of performances. The Roundhouse is a grade II listed building and is a perfect example of how classic architecture and modern culture can come together to create something wonderful. The building once served as a railway engine shed but now provides a stage for singers and artists from around the world. Performances range from R&B artists to contemporary indie rock bands which means you’re sure to find something to entertain you and your loved one.
Queen Caroline Street, London
The Hammersmith Apollo is another one of London’s legendary venues and is also the second entry on the list to be a Grade II listed building. Hop on the Tube at the Montcalm London City Hotel and head over to the colourful area of Hammersmith to catch a show at this gorgeous house of entertainment. Step through the huge doors and find yourself at the heart of London’s buzzing music scene. Here is where you’ll find performances from rappers, rockers and all kinds of weird and wonderful musicians from around the globe.
Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore, London
The iconic Royal Albert Hall has staged some of the greatest performances in London’s history. For nearly 150 years, the gorgeous building has drawn in entertainment seekers from all over the world, including a plethora of royals and celebrities. Amongst the regular sell-out shows, the Royal Albert Hall is known for hosting the Proms every year. If you and your loved one are fans of classical music or opera, there’s no better place in London. The building is a landmark itself so you won’t want to miss out on an opportunity to explore it.
Stockwell Road, London
The vibrant area of Brixton has birthed some of the biggest and most influential artists in the country. The O2 Brixton Academy is one of the many venues in the district that has helped some of the biggest stars in the business rise to fame. Throughout its history, the iconic academy has provided a stage for famous artists like The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and Bob Dylan. You can feel the rich history in the air as you step inside this incredible venue and experience the electric atmosphere that has made it so popular.