Union Chapel, Islington

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Union Chapel is a Congregationalist church on Upper Street, in the Greater London Borough of Islington, England.

When not in use as a church, the Grade II* listed building[1], notable for its imposing Victorian gothic architecture, is used as a venue for music and other public performances. Since it opened as a venue in 1991, many famous artists have performed there, including David Byrne, Noel Gallagher, Patti Smith and Goldfrapp.

References

  1. About Listed Buildings, English Heritage website: "Grade II* are particularly important buildings of more than special interest...Listing currently protects 500,000 or so buildings, of which the majority - over 90% - are Grade II."

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