Phone us on:
020 7437 4370
We can also call you for free:
LondonTown.com 90 Long Acre Covent Garden London WC2E 9RZ United Kingdom
Be Informed With Our Newsletter
Be the first to receive the latest information on London events and deals:
We will never give your email address away.
Welcome to our guide for the area around Macclesfield Road in Islington. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.The nearest station to Macclesfield Road is Old Street Railway Station which is about 9 minutes to the South East.Macclesfield Road is in the London area of Clerkenwell.
With an exciting calendar of entertainment, 2015 is another special year in London. Find out what's happening throughout the capital with our thorough guide to the best 2015 London events.
Near to the City, and convenient for the The Barbican arts centre and Moorfields Eye Hospital, this hotel is modern, clean and functional. Equipped with its ...More
M by Montcalm Shoreditch London Tech City is more than just a luxury hotel, it is a symbol of the pioneering spirit of London. Located near ...More
Just North of the city, these well-appointed family apartments offer an idyllic little spot for parents with children. At the weekend, the city is a wonderfully ...More
Fifteen years since its premiere, Matthew Bourne's "sweaty, oil-spattered version of Carmen" (The Guardian) is back. The internationally acclaimed award-winning dance thriller is loosely based ...More
Following a successful first showing at the Barbican in spring last year, the English National Ballet's "clever mix of experiment and accessibility" (The Guardian), Lest We ...More
Antony Sher plays the infamous comic knight Falstaff in Shakespeare's history play Henry IV Parts I and II, directed at the Barbican by Royal Shakespeare ...More
Modern contemporary dance and music performance space.
Occupying a site with a long tradition of entertaining Londoners, Sadler's Wells exists to bring the best of national and ...More
Modern contemporary dance and music performance space. Occupying a site with a long tradition of entertaining Londoners, Sadler's Wells exists to bring the best of national ...More
One of London's most famous fringe pub theatres, the Old Red Lion Theatre in Islington was founded in 1979 by Charlie Hanson and is a welcome ...More
The Victoria Miro originally opened in Cork Street in London, W1, in 1985. The gallery moved to its present location in 16 Wharf Road, Islington, in ...More
The London gallery for renowned photo agency, Magnum. Representing the best in photography, The Magnum Photos selection process for new members is legendary for its toughness. ...More
Host was established in 2005 by Jon Levy, director of foto8, and Adrian Evans, director of Panos Pictures. Photojournalism - from classical black and white reportage ...More
Hidden down a cobble-stoned Angel backstreet a whimsical collection of odds and ends have been gathered together on a selection of market stalls (not to be ...More
A showcase for two jewellery designers Lesley Vik Waddell and Kirt Holmes, this is a very pretty little shop and is filled with deliciously frivolous trinkets ...More
'Loop' is a gorgeous shop to do with all things knit. A huge selection of exquisite yarns from around the world as well as haberdashery, vintage ...More
Fish & Chips
South American Cuisine...More
Off the beaten Old Street track, this surreal and spellbinding pub has obviously won a loyal following within months of opening. The friendly management are keen ...More
This gorgeous 18th century Grade I listed Hawksmoor church is one of a number of London churches which has, in recent years, been converted into a ...More
City’s Print Journalism course is recognised as the best in London. Although places like Goldsmith’s are trendier, City is respected in the industry thanks to a ...More
One day workshops, offering a friendly no-nonsense approach to teaching about wine, suitable for everyone from beginners to experts.
Courses take place at the following venues:
Atlas PH, ...More
Excellent fencing courses for beginners with highly trained coaches, good facilities and years of experience teaching this ancient, noble sport. Fencing is very good fun and ...More
London Dance Academy is a dance studio in the middle of the City, five minutes' walk from Old Street and Barbican, which offers dance classes and ...More
A busy park in Islington beside the Three Corners Centre youth centre and Adventure Playground, the 2.02 acre Spa Fields include a children's playground, tarmac ...More
The Peasant is really two different eateries under one roof. Downstairs is a crowded and cheerful gastropub, with a menu of substantial tapas and platters. Upstairs ...More
For live jazz and adventurous signature cocktails in a subterranean speakeasy setting try The Nightjar Bar in Shoreditch. Taking its cue from the illicit anti-Prohibition bars ...More
If the Government want to encourage more of a European café culture, they should send someone down to Colebrookes to take a look.
Colebrookes takes the ...More
Can accomodate for up to 2070 people....More
The Crypt on the Green, underneath St James Church in Clerkenwell, is on the site of the first nunnery to be built in London dating back ...More
Are you looking for one of these:
Macclesfield Road, Maclesfield Road
Fifteen years since its premiere, Matthew Bourne's "sweaty, oil-spattered version of Carmen" (The Guardian) is back. The internationally acclaimed ... More
The singer and pianist leads his outfit in playing lively New Orleans-style jazz, rhythm'n'blues and funk.... More
Swing-jazz by the London-based singer-guitarist.... More
New act and material night, with Tom Goodliffe.... More
Resident DJs play a mix of indie, pop, house and electro.... More
House and electro by Adam Cotier, Riaz Dhanani, Louie Anderson, Andme & Bastian, Shea Burke and guest James Dean.... More
Los Angeles-based digital artists Koblin and Tricklebank present a laser commission, which projects a sculptural wall of light around the ... More
An all-day celebration of music and art.... More
Rarely seen photographs of the construction of the building from a bomb site into a brutalist architectural landmark.... More
From cheap budget hotels to luxury 5 star suites see our deals for MACCLESFIELD ROAD hotels, including Citadines London Barbican Apart-Hotel from 39% off.
© 1995 - 2015 LondonTown.com
MACCLESFIELD ROAD | http://LondonTown.com/S/d_bPEhJ