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The Halo London



The Halo is an award winning venue based in SW London. Once described as a ‘best kept secret’ the word is finally out and The Halo attracts performers from across the globe.

Run by a professional and dedicated team for the last five years, The Halo provides a beautiful performance space for both the up and coming and the experience professional musician. Their mission statement ‘where music matters’ is upheld by their constant search for new, undiscovered and rediscovered, national and international talent.

The Halo is one of the few venues in London lucky enough to have not only a raised 25sqm stage, but also a 6ft grand piano! With a full PA system, FOH, on stage monitors, mixing desk and all the musical accessories you could need, The Halo is fully equipped to produce high quality sound for the solo artist right up to a small choir!

THE HALO has featured an amazing array of musicians and vocalists including (in no particular order)….

Daniel Bedingfield, Imaani (Incognito), Nick Cohen, YoLanda Brown (recent MOBO Award winner), Julian Joseph, David Sneddon, Dave Ital, Eric Appapoulay, Jhelisa Andersen, Cameron Pierre (guitarist Courtney Pine), Brian Temba (7 years lead Lion King), Rey Crespo (Buena Vista Social Club), Eska Mtungwazi, Gregg Kofi Brown (Osibisa), Bev Tawiah (Brownswood Records), Roachford, Heidi Vogel, Robin Banerjee (guitarist for Amy Winehouse), Conner Reeves, Chris Jerome (pianist Courtney Pine), Michelle Escoffrey, Rhonda Thomas (Isaac Hayes, USA), Allison Crowe (Canada), Marcina Arnold, Andy Hamill, Rebecca Hollweg, Charleen Hector, Otto Williams, Natalie Williams, Brian Edwards, Don-E, Polly Gibbons, ‘Level’ Neville Malcolm, Estelle Kokot (South Africa), Vanessa Haynes, Nate James, Edwina Hayes and Brigid Kaelin (Louisville, Kentucky).

… check what the reviews have to say

‘This decorative style bar is a poorly kept secret… The tasteful décor, around an island bar, of candelabra and sculptures, displays local artwork… A regular boho crowd adds to the relaxed, underground ambience. A boon in often bland Battersea.’



‘…stylish, hide-away with top class jazz…’

InLondon Magazine

‘Down to earth chic laced with vintage cool, this is one good-looking venue. The Halo is quite simply a place you’ll love to visit and be desperate to tell your friends about’