Glass check out London’s cool new venue Omeara

AT the height of London’s nightlife crisis, a saviour has arrived in the name of Ben Lovett (of Mumford & Sons and Communion Records) as he’s just opened a hip new music venue called Omeara.

OmearaOmeara Liveroom. Photograph: Georgina_Jackson

Situated in London Bridge with a cozy capacity of 350 people, Omeara offers a creative space for both music and art lovers. In addition to this, the venue has a late license which means gig goers can enjoy the new venue as a late night spot with regular club nights taking place after dark.

Lovett, celebrated the opening of the venue with a hugely successful launch party, and Omeara has been up and running since then, putting on some great shows and events.

BarThe bar area

The venue boasts an impressive decor, with the main performance space mimicking the style of an old regency ballroom. The bar is another treat as it features exposed brick walls, which surround the candlelit seating area – a minimalist yet cozy vibe.

In addition to the music, food is another highlight. All day food stalls situated next to the venue offer a range of international cuisine right up to the late hours, meaning there’s no need to get an awful kebab after a late one.

With the sadly all-too-frequent trend of music venues shutting down, Omeara bucks this, bringing nothing but hope and excitement to London’s music fans.

by Katrina Mirpuri

Keep up to date with gigs and events coming up on the Omeara website. More information about listings can also be seen on their Facebook and Instagram.

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Katrina Mirpuri

Glass Online music writer

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