|May 27||7:00 PM||The Flaming Lips||Find Tickets|
|May 29||7:30 PM||Tribes||Find Tickets|
|Jun 20||Voices Now: Festival Pass||Get Details|
|Jun 22||Only Men Aloud + London Gay Men's Chorus||Get Details|
|Jun 22||Dads and Lads Workshop||Get Details|
|Jun 22||City Shanty Band Workshop||Get Details|
|Jun 22||Sing Like a Bloke Workshop||Get Details|
|Jun 23||Come and Sing Workshop||Get Details|
|Jun 23||Sound and Music: Sounding Out||Get Details|
|Jun 23||3:30 PM||Sounding Out: Voices Now 1-to-1 with Colin Riley||Find Tickets|
The Roundhouse London is a Victorian-era gem, built back in 1846 to serve as a repair shed for steam engines. In the interim years, The Roundhouse London (a grade II listed building) transformed itself into a cultural icon, playing host to some of the biggest names in entertainment; Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Doors, David Bowie, Oasis, Keane and Jay-Z are just a few of those featured on The Roundhouse schedule over the years.
In addition to concerts, The Roundhouse London provides a platform for the performing arts, with world class theatre outfits such as The Royal Shakespeare Company staging productions there regularly. Festivals, Film (and all its related activities; workshops, Q&As etc) are two more important aspects of The Roundhouse London function.
One defining feature of The Roundhouse London which sets it apart from similar venues, is its focus on and dedication to young people. Throughout the year, The Roundhouse London runs a series of creative projects in the fields of music, TV and radio production, allowing young people aged 11-25 the opportunity to develop and hone new, creative and practical skills.
For all the latest news and up-to-date event information, check out The Roundhouse schedule.
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