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Robin Trower at London Islington Assembly Rooms

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Robin Trower is an English singer-songwriter and musician hailing from Catford, South East London. Born in 1945, Trower first found fame as a member of Procol Harum in the 1960s, but would go on to form his own power trio the Robin Trower Band.

Robin Trower will be performing 1 event in London on Thursday 4th November 2021 at the Islington Assembly Rooms.

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Sunday 26th June 2022 London, UK UK
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Address: London Islington Assembly Hall, Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2UD
Telephone: 02075278900
Venue Capacity: 500
The Islington Assembly Hall is a live music and events venue based on Upper Street in Islington, London. Originally opening in 1930, and later refurbished in 2010, it is one of the capital's most popular entertainment. It's main hall offers space for 500 standing fans and up to 230 seating.