The O2 Forum that is also called the Kentish Town Forum was first opened in 1934. Like some other venues, it was a cinema initially, so you can still feel the proper atmosphere. What people enjoy there now is live music - Justin Timberlake
, Dave Grohl, Oasis, Nine Inch Nails, KISS and many other legends! The venue is not big, but about 2,300 happy visitors at each show always get the most exciting experience!
You’d better use public transport when you go to The O2 Forum. Fortunately, a lot of options are available.
By train and tube: It is possible to get to The O2 Forum by train heading to Kentish Town West. Both nearest tube stations are on the Northern line. They are Kentish Town station and Camden Town. Kentish Town Underground also serves as a National Rail station. Mind that Camden Town station is much further from the venue.
By car: Kentish Town Road lies just past The O2 Forum. You can use other roads, but you should definitely use a map.
International: You can get to London by Eurostar. It arrives at London St Pancras. Then, take a train from there to a National Rail station.
Driving The O2 Forum is not the best idea because there are no parking facilities for visitors. The parking is reserved for the residents of the area. However, there is disabled parking available on Greenwood Place.
Access for people with special needs
Feel free to discuss any special needs when you book tickets to The O2 Forum events. Mind that wheelchair spaces in the venue are limited, so inform the office you'll need one in advance. Guide dogs are allowed and will be looked after while you can relax at the show. There is no lift to upper levels, so you may turn for assistance. You will also have assistance at the entrance.