to do:"London Jazz Festival" (LJF) is the city's biggest music festival, each November in venues such as the Barbican & the Royal Festival Hall showcasing a heady mix of talent from around the world.

"London Jazz Festival" (LJF) is the city's biggest music festival, each November in venues such as the Barbican & the Royal Festival Hall showcasing a heady mix of talent from around the world.

Jazz Cafe in Camden Town - Best intimate venue for live music in London. Worth paying the extra for a table at the restaurant to eat and watch the performance at the same time.

Jazz Cafe in Camden Town - Best intimate venue for live music in London. Worth paying the extra for a table at the restaurant to eat and watch the performance at the same time.

Camden features heavily in London’s pop history, but Koko has had a hand in the gestation of numerous sounds and styles over the decades. These gigs are coming up next: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-and-nightlife/koko

Camden is famous for the gigs that are constantly on there. Time Out takes you through a tour of their favourite places to watch a gig in Camden.

The Roundhouse, Camden Town, London

The Roundhouse, Camden Town, London

The Half Moon Pub in Putney, live music venue in South West London - It started as a haven for folkies back in the early 1960s with acts like Ralph McTell and John Martyn gracing the stage, but a quick glance at the Half Moon's walls of fame reveals a rich heritage. The pub saw early performances from the Rolling Stones, U2's first sell-out gig, Kate Bush's debut performance and residences from Elvis Costello and Steve Marriott. It still puts on live music every night.

The Half Moon Pub in Putney, live music venue in South West London - It started as a haven for folkies back in the early 1960s with acts like Ralph McTell and John Martyn gracing the stage, but a quick glance at the Half Moon's walls of fame reveals a rich heritage. The pub saw early performances from the Rolling Stones, U2's first sell-out gig, Kate Bush's debut performance and residences from Elvis Costello and Steve Marriott. It still puts on live music every night.

Our favourite gig venue in town. The devil might have all the best tunes, but the Union Chapel is proof that him downstairs knows bugger-all about architecture. See what's coming up next here: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/union-chapel

The best venues to see live music in London. See the latest London gig listings and buy tickets with Time Out's guide to the best London music venues

Given its reputation, you wouldn’t think the Jazz Café was a newbie on London’s music map, but it was only converted from a branch of Barclays in 1990. See their listings here: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/jazz-cafe

In 2015 the Jazz Cafe celebrated 25 years in business, having brought some of the most respected names in the jazz and soul world – D’Angelo, Amy Wi

Opened by British saxophonist Ronnie Scott in 1959, Ronnie’s has since amassed as much history as the British Museum. Find who's playing there soon: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/ronnie-scotts

The best venues to see live music in London. See the latest London gig listings and buy tickets with Time Out's guide to the best London music venues

This is where the hottest US exports will generally make their London debut. See who's coming to the Lexington next: http://www.timeout.com/london/bars-pubs/the-lexington

This is where the hottest US exports will generally make their London debut. I'd love to take in a concert while I'm in London.

This art deco gem straddles the chasm between the pomp of a stadium show and the intimate atmosphere of a club. Catch one of these upcoming shows: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/o2-academy-brixton

Built in the as a cinema at a cost of Brixton Academy is London's most credible major rock venue. Although it's echoey when half-full, the

John Wilton’s ornate rumpus room was one of several trendsetting musical venues when it opened in 1850 - and it's still going now! Find this lot on stage next: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/wiltons-music-hall

Walking down Graces Alley towards Wilton's Music Hall is a bit like stepping into another world – or rather back in time to the century, whe

Besides its astonishing acoustics and an atmosphere which rivals the Vatican, its elegance makes the venue feel like part of the performance. See one of these upcoming performances: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/royal-albert-hall

Besides its astonishing acoustics and an atmosphere which rivals the Vatican, its elegance makes the venue feel like part of the performance. See one of these upcoming performances: http://www.timeout.com/london/music-nightlife/royal-albert-hall

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