Union Chapel

Union Chapel
Compton Terrace, London, N1 2UN
  • Telephone 020 7226 1686
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  • Website www.unionchapel.org.uk
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Union Chapel

A working church, a drop-in homeless centre and a beloved music venue – Union Chapel sort of does it all, doesn't it. The Grade I listed building first opened its doors as a venue in 1991 as part of a programme to restore the building and to increase access to the performing arts. Previously it had acted solely as a Congregational Church, built and opened at the tail end of the 18th century (a capacity in which it still acts today). Recent concerts include Aimee Mann, Eddi Reader, Keb' Mo', Micah P Hinson and Mavis Staples. In 2012, Union Chapel was voted London's Best Live Music Venue by Time Out magazine readers.

The building also houses the Union Chapel Bar, Margins Kitchen (staffed by recently homeless people, with all profits to charity) and a kiosk. The closest tube stations are Highbury & Islington and Angel, and bus routes 4, 19, 30, 43, 271, 277, 279, 393 stop nearby.

Events at this venue

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Thursday 19 September

£25–£50 020 7226 1686

Friday 20 September

£24.75 020 7226 1686

Saturday 21 September

Sold out 020 7226 1686

Saturday 28 September

Free (pay what you can) 020 7226 1686

Monday 30 September

Tuesday 1 October

£17.92 020 7226 1686

Thursday 3 October

£25.20 020 7226 1686

Friday 4 October

£25.20 020 7226 1686

Saturday 5 October

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Monday 7 October

£52.80 020 7226 1686

Tuesday 8 October

£27.50 020 7226 1686

Thursday 10 October

Saturday 12 October

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Saturday 19 October

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Monday 21 October

£20.75 020 7226 1686

Thursday 24 October

£40.32 020 7226 1686

Friday 25 October

£40.32 020 7226 1686

Saturday 26 October

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Monday 28 October

£33 020 7226 1686

Tuesday 29 October

£28 020 7226 1686

Friday 1 November

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Saturday 2 November

Tuesday 5 November

£24.75 020 7226 1686

Thursday 7 November

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

With The Darkening.

Friday 8 November

£22 020 7226 1686

Saturday 9 November

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Tuesday 12 November

£25–£27.50 020 7226 1686

Thursday 14 November

Friday 15 November

£19.80 020 7226 1686

Saturday 16 November

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686
£30.25 020 7226 1686

Thursday 21 November

£30.80 020 7226 1686

Friday 22 November

£28.60 020 7226 1686

Saturday 23 November

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686
£24.75–£30.25 020 7226 1686

Monday 25 November

£30.25 020 7226 1686

Tuesday 26 November

£19.80 020 7226 1686

Thursday 28 November

£24.75 020 7226 1686

Friday 29 November

£19.25 020 7226 1686

Saturday 30 November

Monday 2 December

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Thursday 5 December

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Friday 6 December

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Saturday 7 December

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686

Thursday 12 December

£27.50 020 7226 1686
£25 020 7226 1686

Friday 13 December

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Saturday 14 December

£0–£5 Pay What You Can entry (suggestion £5) 020 7226 1686
Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Thursday 16 January 2020

£21.84 020 7226 1686

Monday 20 January 2020

£28.13 020 7226 1686
£27.50 020 7226 1686

Thursday 6 February 2020

Prices to be confirmed 020 7226 1686

Saturday 15 February 2020

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