Live At The Roundhouse
Live at the Roundhouse Events Hall was originally called the Village Blues Club, which opened in 1969-1975. It was a huge success with the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen, Fleetwood Mac, Elton John and many more.
This is a large events hall with sloped exterior to interior access, it has a stage and several bars. In addition, there is also a secret entrance to the back of the location where the famous stars would enter and exit the hall.
This location is situated about a 15 minute walk from Becontree station where the district line train is stationed. This has rail links to Barking station where the C2C and other national railway lines can be found.
This location has a car park that is located less than a minute walk away from location and this can also be used as unit base.
- This events hall has been a host to many famous stars over the years ranging from the band Queen, to Elton John.
- The hall has two bars.
- There is a side access entrance with sloped floors for wheelchair access. In addition there is a secret entrance to the back of the building where the stars would have entered.