The Village Underground is a multifunctional complex that boasts a 1000 people seating capacity. The venue offers space for performance arts, comedians, theatre plays and all the other things that you can think of. But mostly the space is used for live music of different styles: hip-hop, experimental, indie and dance, the most popular of all. In addition to that, Village Underground is also an ecological project. The venue uses as many recycled items (furniture, decor, flooring, etc.) as it can find.
There are plenty of options to get to the club. The are few train and tube stations nearby as well as almost 14 bus routes available for your convenience.
By train and tube: The nearest tube stations are Old Street, Liverpool Street, and Moorgate Station. All of them are within 9 to 11 minutes of walk to the venue. For those who travel by train, the nearest stations will be Liverpool Street Railway Station and Old Street Railways Station.
By car: you can choose to the venue by car. The Village Underground is located on Holywell Lane in London. However, your route will depend on your departure point.
International: take either Heathrow Connect or Heathrow Express from the Heathrow Airport, switch to the Circle Line or Hammersmith & City and get off at Liverpool Street Station.
There is a day parking available in close vicinity. There is also a free parking area for Blue Badge holders, reasonably close to the venue.
Access for people with special needs
There is a permanents ramp access and no steps to the accessible viewing area. There is one accessible toilet for people with disabilities, which is accessible via a ramp from the main floor. There is no accessible bar; however, the bartender will be provided if required. Visually impaired guests are welcome to use the accessible viewing area with their guide dog. Alternatively, the dog can be accommodated in the office during the event.