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London venue Koko has cancelled some gigs while structural work is carried out

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Published: 9:36 pm, September 24, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
London venue Koko has cancelled some gigs while structural work is carried out

A handful of shows have been cancelled at London's Koko while structural work is carried out.

The Camden venue temporarily closed last Friday, 21st September, and according to iq-mag.net, isn’t expected to reopen until mid-October.

Spokesperson Larry Seymour reportedly says: “Our consultant surveyors recently made us aware of a structural issue within the building. The protection and well-being of our customers and staff is of paramount importance and we have therefore decided to close the venue while work is carried out.”

Upcoming shows that have been cancelled include Peter Hook and the Light, which has moved to Electric Ballroom, and Palaye Royale.

The Coral are also scheduled to play soon (11th October), along with The Rasmus (26th), Rolling Blackouts (29th), Dream Wife (31st), Creeper (1st November), Goat Girl (2nd), Raye (6th), Dashboard Confessional (19th), The Wave Pictures (22nd) and Calpurnia (29th).

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