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Attended Kings Place for the London Guitar event and was pleasantly surprised. Apart from what appeared to be two concert halls there was bars and restaurants available too.
Acoustics in the hall was great and the seating was comfortable.
We were delighted to be able to find two good seats for the Piano marathon (part of the Piano festival) even if it cost us 80 pounds for 2 tickets. We had to book well in advance as in the past we could not find...More
Date of experience: October 2018
KingsPlaceLondon, Manager at Kings Place, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2018
We're sorry to hear about your experience. Unfortunately, on this occasion, we received a high number of tickets returned for resale which outstripped demand for tickets. Tickets are resold over the phone and in-person in the order they are received by the box...More
10 years ago, this became our Friday night out with new born babies and 10yrs later it’s still a perfect place to meet friends for a cosy and casual afternoon! There’s a great concert hall, restaurant and cafe too!
Great venue with small theatres. There is a cafe and restaurant as well as plenty of seating (some with power points / desks) to use before your event. The cafe sells a small selection of snacks and drinks and there was a bar open when...More
We went to King’s Place to see two of our favourite singer/songwriters. It’s a great venue, just a few minutes’ walk from King’s Cross/St. Pancras, and located next to the canal, so pre-show drinks outside were very pleasant. The acoustics in the concert hall were...More
King’s Place is an arts complex within office buildings. Although primarily a venue for concerts in its two halls two floors below ground, they also play host to lectures, poetry readings, literary festivals and political events and much else besides. So far as classical music...More