The 100 Club in London was established in 1942, so this venue survived the WWII and witnessed a true revolution in music. The club welcomed some of the most established performers in the world, back in the day when they were just starting out with their music careers. The Rolling Stones, Sex Pistols, The Stranglers, The Clash — this compact 350-seater venue has seen them all! Crows, All Tvvins, Kiran Leonard, and many others are yet to come!
100 Club is situated right in the centre of London, so getting there will not be a problem. You can go by:
Tube: The nearest station is Tottenham Court Road Station — you take the Northern or Central Line to get there. Victoria and Bakerloo lines can take you to Oxford Circus — a station a bit farther away from the club.
Bus: 23 line bus will take Paddington station, which is the nearest to 100 Club. But, the walk will take you a bit longer compared to the nearest tube station.
Car: any taxi will quickly take to the venue, saving you a walk from the station.
International: located right in the centre of London, not far from the Hyde Park and the famous Madame Tussauds Museum, the club can be reached practically from any airport you land at — just get to the nearest tube station. There’s also regular train traffic from Paddington Station.
You can take your own car to the club — the street parking will cost you between 10-13.5 pounds, depending on the hours and the exact street you park at.
Access for people with special needs
On the downside, the 100 Club is not accessible for disabled patrons. The club is located in the basement and does not have proper infrastructure to accommodate people in wheelchairs. And, the venue only allows people of 18 and older.