Originally established as an art deco cinema, the HMV Forum possesses the same atmospheric charm that enchanted audiences nearly a century ago. Completely renovated at a cost of £1.5 million GBP and transformed into a state-of-the-art music venue for modern day concertgoers, the HMV Forum in London is also a Grade II-listed building. This stunning venue boasts architectural features that give it a unique character.
Easily accessible by public transport in London, the HMV Forum concert venue forms an integral part of the city's live music scene. On StubHub! UK you'll find a full schedule of upcoming HMV Forum concerts, and you can also buy and sell concert tickets online.
HMV Forum - Night After Legendary Night
The HMV Forum is a staple destination on the touring schedules of some of the world's biggest music acts. British rockers Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay, Oasis and Blur have all graced the stage at the Kentish Town venue while, from across the pond, acts like Nine Inch Nails, Deftones and Wu-Tang Clan have also wowed audiences in North London.
Originally a cinema established by Herbert Yapp, a local cinema entrepreneur, the Forum had a 35-foot tall proscenium and a 25-foot deep stage. The grand launch of the cinema in 1934 resulted in widespread acclaim and put Kentish Town firmly on the map in London.
Now, the HMV Forum maintains the old cinema's strong reputation for staging concerts in London that live on in memory, and it is poised to further enhance its status as one of the world's most beloved music venues over the coming years. Concerts at HMV Forum are intimate as compared to arena gigs, drawing indie-rock acts and established artists that appreciate HMV Forum's lasting charm.