- Telephone 0870 060 3777
- Website theborderlinelondon.com
The Borderline, tucked away in a yard off tiny Manette Street in the heart of Soho, was one of the cradles of Britpop. Now part of MAMA & Company, it still welcomes all things indie-esque and guitar-shaped. The basement venue is not wheelchair-accessible, but they do all they can to provide access to deaf customers and those who have other disabilities but are ambulatory.
The nearest Tube station is Tottenham Court Road (Central / Northern) and bus stops on Oxford Street are served by routes 7, 10, 73, 390, N7 and N73.
- Open since: 1991
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Rock-infused country outfit from America led by BJ Barham.
Band Of Friends: A Celebration Of Rory Gallagher
To commemorate 20 years since Rory's sad passing, Band Of Friends return to central London for a great night of classic blues-rock from one of the world's all-time guitar greats.
Band of Friends
A celebration of Rory Gallagher featuring original band members Gerry McAvoy and Ted McKenna and friends.
Irish rock guitarist who has performed alongside Ozzy Osbourne.
The axeman behind Gillan, Ozzy Osbourne, Atomic Rooster and Dee Snider's Desperado.
The acclaimed singer-songwriter plays an alternative brand of country music and southern rock.
Devon Allman Band
The Texan singer-songwriter and guitarist performs blues-rock with his band.
Melodic, hard rock ensemble, formed in Stockholm, in 1999, by Erik Martensson, Magnus Henriksson and Anders Berlin.
Freeze the Atlantic
Rock quintet comprising ex-members of Hundred Reasons and Reuben.
Good Pop! Bad Pop!
A night of all things pop.
Holy Moly & The Crackers
Gypsy folk-rock sextet from Newcastle.
Hunter & The Bear
I Love the 90s
DJs play retro pop, rock and dance tracks from the 1990s.
Into The Ark
Into The Ark are Dane Lloyd & Taylor Jones. Hailing from Blackwood in South Wales, Dane & Taylor’s story is one that probably resonates with many aspiring musicians and dreamers across the globe. But it’s their hauntingly pitch perfect harmonies and beautiful lyrics that set this duo apart.
Americana, folk and roots blues singer-songwriter.
Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker
Contemporary and classic folk two-piece who are nominated for Radio 2 Folk Awards 2014 Best Duo and Best Newcomer.
East London-based rapper.
Singer-songwriter/guitarist playing energetic modern blues-rock.
Led Zeppelin tribute act. Letz indeed.
The acclaimed tribute act to the English rock band fronted by Robert Plant has performed in 24 countries on four continents and boasts a repertoire of more than 50 songs.
Dirty blues rockers from California.
Mad Dog Mcrea
Devon band blending folk rock, gypsy jazz and bluegrass.
The self-proclaimed sci-fi folk evangelists and award-winning band deliver their genre-busting mix of harmonies, grooves and instrumentals.
Award-winning, Canadian soulful blues guitarist and vocalist.
Blistering blues, roots and rock from larger than life Canadian soulman Anderson.
Electro pop duo from London.
Australian prog guitarist.
Roadstars: Broken Witt Rebel and Bad Touch
A double headliner tour from Broken Witt Rebels and Bad Touch.
Soulful Wiltshire-born singer-songwriter who trained as a gilder – so whatever he touches could, potentially, turn to gold.
Sheffield based duo Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor play ethereal folk-rock and indie-pop.
The Slow Readers Club
Brooding, electro-indie four-piece making waves on Manchester's music scene.
Named after William Burrough's book The Soft Machine, the group are frontrunners in the prog rock and underground movements.
Jazz-style music from the prolific singer-songwriter from Norway, who has had great success over the years with his many albums and singles.
Regular indie, pop, rock and punk night.
To Kill A King
- Directed by: Damian Cruden
- Written by: Christopher Sergel
The five-piece group from Leeds, now based in London, performs soulful folk-style indie-rock.
Folk, hip hop and reggae singer-songwriter from Bristol.
Alternative pop from the London-based five-piece.