In the Summer of 2002 after an extensive refurbishment, the current, larger Troubadour opened. The Club and Café continue the legacy of freedom of expression and musical and creative innovation.
Books have been written in and about the Café over the past 50 years, the Club has had many now famous faces on its larger, well-lit stage including Amos Lee, Adele, Jack Peñate, Laura Marling, Ed Sheeran, Florence Welch and more, while Coffee House Poetry continues in its 19th consecutive year. What has come to pass within these walls and on this land is extraordinary, but the Troubadour is no relic. The future looks bright as the Troubadour continues to be a furnace of creativity.
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The Pembroke, formerly known as The Coleherne, was for many years a landmark gay pub operated by the country's biggest managed house operator, Mitchells & Butlers.
Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Bolton is located on the corner of Earl’s Court Road and Brompton Road, in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London’s smallest distri