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Mogwai at London Roundhouse

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Mogwai are a Scottish post-rock band from Glasgow, consisting of frontman Stuart Braithwaite, Barry Burns, Dominic Aitchison and Martin Bulloch.

Mogwai will be performing 1 event in London on Wednesday 17th February 2021 at the Roundhouse.

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Wed Feb 17 2021 London, UK UK
Official face value from £38.50. Resale tickets from £84.78.
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Address: London Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8EH
Telephone: 08444828008
Venue Capacity: 3300
The Roundhouse is a 3,300 capacity/1,700 seat live music venue based in Camden. Originally opened as a 'roundhouse' (a building that hosts a railway turntable), it was soon converted into a hall for arts and performance. One of the capital's largest theatres, it started facilitating bands, DJS and other acts, and even now boasts a recording studio too!