KOKO is a venue doused in history, having opened as the Camden Theatre in 1900 and hosting none other than Charlie Chaplin in their updated Camden Hippodrome guise in 1909. It’s changed identity and names multiple times before, and this new era of the KOKO is a tale of the survival of one of London’s great venues that demands be celebrated.
Formerly the legendary Camden Palace, KOKO is a 1,500-capacity club, hosting both live music and club events. The building has undergone a massive refurbishment program and been restored to its original theatrical style, with six bars, a stage and a dance floor. KOKO‘s rooftop bar is open during summer.
Please note that student cards are not accepted at this venue. Please bring an alternative form of ID.
There are no specific student nights at KOKO but the monthly Buttoned Down Disco offers free entry for anyone who asks for an invite.