People tend to check in during these times:
This is London’s oldest live music venue and jazz club. It opened during the war in 1942. Many of its earliest performers and patrons were American soldiers, including Glen Miller.
With gigs running at two of London’s most iconic venues – the 100 Club and the Tabernacle – you’ll often see Feature Spot’s comedy nights in our Critics’ Choice.
Please help the 100 Club stay open. Great historic gig venue.
Go see Limelight, a classical music club night at this interesting venue
Barry From Watford's Bingo Bonanza one Thursday a month is hilarious. Music, comedy and rubbish prizes!
I like jazz here :)
tiny redish club! for live music is great!
London's oldest and most varied live music venues was recently saved from closure (hooray!). Jazz, rock, classical, swing - dance the night away!
The plastic glasses are one pint to the rim so make sure you get a full pint and not a load of head
Save the 100 Club. Oldest music venue in London, apparently. http://www.savethe100club.co.uk/
Swing-dancing with live band every Monday!
Queen of the Blues, Shemekia Copeland, appears live at 100 Club this Sunday! Final tickets remaining http://bit.ly/1p5rcNq
Bar staff giving dancers a hard time every time somebody asks for trap water. Don't worry - just persist and they'll give it to you. Eventually.
Keep an ear out for surprise and last-minute gig announcements...Noel Gallagher, The Rolling Stones, Amy Winehouse &...Johnny Depp! To name a few.
Wow, was not expecting this: band finished at 11:05 and lights are on + no music. Everyone must get out... Not fun.