The Troubadour

Description

Established in 1954, The Troubadour Club is one of London's legendary venues. Playing host to such greats as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Paul Simon, and in more recent years Adele, Laura Marling and Jamie T, there's live music five or six nights a week and regular poetry readings every other Monday.

Above the Club is The Troubadour Café; serving delicious food between 9am and 11pm (including a huge all day breakfast selection), The Troubadour Wine Shop; selling wines expertly picked from around the world, The Troubadour Gallery; available for hire for private functions and art exhibitions and The Troubadour Garret; a luxury serviced apartment. In the summer months the garden is also open, the perfect place to sit back and relax with a cool beer.

During the week The Troubadour Club is excellent for unwinding after a days work or romancing someone special. The music is usually Folk or Acoustic. Fridays & Saturdays the Club tends to get very lively, with great musicians and an energetic atmosphere. If you want seats, arrive early! 

What's on

Info

  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Dance floor
  • £6-£8
  • None

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 20:00 0:00
Tuesday 20:00 0:00
Wednesday 20:00 0:00
Thursday 20:00 2:00
Friday 20:00 2:00
Saturday 20:00 2:00
Sunday 20:00 0:00

Location

Address

The Troubadour, 265, Old Brompton Road, SW5 9JA

Area

Earls Court

Nearest Station

Earl's Court (Tube)

Menus

  • A word from the chef:

    Coming soon.

Customer Reviews (4)

The Troubadour