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UK's Event venues directory, we present the most complete list of venues for events in UK. Besides that you can also book hotels and car rentals from our web site.

Event Venues in London

Stadiums and festivals Venues

Glastonbury Festival, near Pilton – 177,000 (2007 figure)
Wembley Stadium (new; since 2007), London – 90,000
Twickenham Stadium, London – 82,000
Reading Festival, Reading – 80,000
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff – 74,500
Wembley Stadium (old; 1923–2000), London – 68,000
Hyde Park, London – (e.g., Masters of Rock, 1996: 150,000; Simon & Garfunkel, 2004: 50,000; Hard Rock Calling, 2008: 45,000)
Finsbury Park, London – 40,000
Crystal Palace, London – 20,000 (seats)
Clapham Common, London – 20,000

Indoor arenas in UK

The O2 Arena, London – 20,000
Manchester Arena, Manchester – 19,000 (can be expanded to 22,500)
Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London – 16,000 to 19,000
National Exhibition Centre National Indoor Arena (NIA), Birmingham – 13,000
Wembley Arena (formerly Empire Pool), London – 12,500
London Arena (1989–2006), London – 12,500
First Direct Arena, Leeds – 13,500
Motorpoint Arena Sheffield, Sheffield – 13,500
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow – 12,500
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – 13,000

Indoor theatres and halls

Royal Albert Hall, London – 5,222
Hammersmith Apollo (formerly Hammersmith Odeon), London – 5,039 (standing) 3,632 (sitting)
Brixton Academy, London – 4,921
O2 Apollo Manchester, Manchester – 3,500
O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham – 3,000
Royal Festival Hall, London – 2,895
Bradford New Victoria (formally Bradford Odeon, being redeveloped) when finished 3,400 seating ; 4,000 standing.
Coliseum Theatre, London – 2,358
London Palladium, London – 2,300
Royal Opera House, London – 2,268
De Montfort Hall, Leicester – 2,200
London Forum (since 1993) (formerly Town & Country Club; 1980s–1993), London – 2,110
Lyceum Theatre, London – 2,096
Shepherd's Bush Empire, London – 2,000
Roundhouse, London – 2,000
Brentwood Centre, Brentwood – 2,000
The Venue, London – 2,000
Barbican Arts Centre, London – 1,949 (hall) 200 (pit)
Koko (previously known as Camden Palace and The Music Machine), London – 1,500
The Fridge, Brixton, London – 1,500
London Hippodrome, London – 1,340 (seated)
Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 1,214 to 1,462
Heaven, London – 1,200
Royal National Theatre, London – 1,160 (Olivier) 890 (Lyttelton) 400 (Cottesloe)
Electric Ballroom, London – 1,100 (800 downstairs) (300 upstairs)
Old Vic, London – 1,067
Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – 1,000

Smaller venues (including public houses)

MK11 Live Music Venue, Milton Keynes – 330
20 Rocks Dundee, Dundee – 450
Princess Royal Theatre, Port Talbot – 798
Orchard Theatre, Dartford – 950
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London – 913
Cambridge Junction – 850
Scala, Kings Cross, London – 800
O2 Academy Islington, Islington, London – 800
Union Chapel, Islington, London – 750
Albert Hall, Nottingham, Nottingham – 750
Bloomsbury Theatre, Bloomsbury, London – 535
Camden Underworld, Camden Town, London – 500
Ruskin Arms, London (circa 1960s–2008) – 499
Purcell Room, South Bank, London – 367
Jazz Cafe, London – 350
The Leeds Club, Leeds – 150
100 Club, London – 350
Ronnie Scott's, London – 300
The Picturedrome , Northampton – 300
Fulham Greyhound, London (circa 1971–1990) – 275
Borderline, London – 275
Eel Pie Club, London – 200+
The Half Moon, Putney, London – 200
The Square, Harlow – 200
Dublin Castle, London – 150
Hope and Anchor, Islington, London
The Standard Music Venue, Walthamstow – 300
Vintage Rockbar, Doncaster – 150
The Horn, St Albans – 170
(The Magic Garden, 231 Battersea Park) London 380
(The Fox and Firkin, 316 Lewisham High Street) London 499

Capacities not specified

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London
Kilburn National Club, London
Marquee Club, London (Wardour Street 1964–1988; Charing Cross Road 1988–2001)
Powerhaus (which once was The Pied Bull; closed circa 1990s - now Halifax Building Society), Islington, London
Sir George Robey, Finsbury Park (was briefly renamed Powerhaus after Islington venue "moved" here) (closed circa 2000s), London
Camden Falcon, London (closed circa 1990s)
Vortex, London (closed circa 1990s)
Rainbow Theatre, London (1971–1982; now a Christian church)
The Roxy, London (1976–1978; now a sports shop)
Music Room Space Events, Mayfair, London
Band on the Wall, Manchester

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