KOKO is a famous venue in London holding club nights and live music shows. It is located in the former Camden Palace Theater. The building was built in 1900 in the classical style. In 2004, after the complete restoration of the building, Koko Club opened the doors for its visitors again. Today, it is a renowned spot everyone wants to visit. Red Hot Chilly Peppers
, Vanessa Paradis, Hurts, Usher
, Katy Perry
– the list of celebrated artists that have given their unforgettable shows in KOKO is getting longer every weekend!
You’d better use public transport to the venue; although, driving is also possible.
By train and tube: There are two rail stations nearby KOKO: Euston and Camden Road. Underneath Euston rail station there is also a tube station on the Victoria Line, branching on the Northern Line. Mornington Crescent Tube station is the nearest one to the venue. It is on the Northern Line. Camden Town station, also on the Northern Line, is quite near.
By car: You may drive down Crowndale Road or Eversholt Road to get to the venue. Anyway, mind the starting point and check your map.
International: You can catch a train from both international London airports (Heathrow and Gatwick). Euston Railway Station and St Pancras International Station are in about 15 minutes from the venue.
You cannot park the car just outside KOKO. But, fortunately, there are several car parks nearby: Curnock Estate Car Park on the Pratt St, Kings Cross Station NCP on Battle Bridge Road, Euro Car Parks Euston on Euston Road, and some others. Guests with special needs can park on Crowndale Road and Bayham Street, where single yellow lines are located.
Access for people with special needs
There is a ramp access to the venue, which can be removed or put back when required. There are also a number of services for visually or hearing impaired visitors.