The 100 Club

About The 100 Club

The 100 Club is one of London's live music institutions, having hosted a variety of top-name acts since its creation in 1942. In the early days, it was principally a Jazz club, but has since expanded its offer to host a wide range of genres.

Genres
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Acoustic
Genres: 
Blues
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Country
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Folk
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Indie
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Jazz
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Pop
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Rock
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Soul
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World
Venue Capacity
Equipment

Technical Specification

Turbosound TSE system comprising six TSE 111 mid/top units
Two full range TMS 4 (two TSE111 + two TSE 118)
Two upgraded TSE 118 400 watt bass cabinets
Two THL 818 bass cabinets Two CVA subs loaded with PD1850's
1 x BSS FDS360 Crossover
1 x XTA DP300 Speaker Management
QSC RMX 2450 Power amp x 1
QSC PLX 2402 Power amp x 1
Yamaha P7000S Power amp x 1
Yamaha XP5000 Power amp x 1
System run 2-way Total power 5.2 kw

Soundcraft GB4 Mixing Console

32-4-2 configuration (28 channels available from stage)
4 band EQ with 2 swept mids.
8 auxiliaries with flexible pre/post switching.

Outboard

DBX 2231 31 band stereo graphic
Lexicon MPX100 dual channel processor
DBX 166XL dual comp/gate ….x2
Drawmer Dual Gate
Behringer Multigate Pro XR 4400 (4 gates)
Dual delay
Numark CDN22 Twin CD Player & Numark mixer (portable)

Microphones

5 x Shure SM58
3 x Shure SM58Beta
2 x Shure SM57
1 x Shure SM57Beta
1 x Sennheiser Ndymn 757
1 x Sennheiser MD421
1 x Electrovoice PL33
3 x Electrovoice PL35
2 x Electrovoice PL37
2 x Audio Technica PRO37
5 x Active DI boxes

Foldback: 4 separate sends (from FOH mixing console)

RCF Event SM3000 wedges………..x2
MACH M1501R wedges .....x2
Wedges (1 X 12"ATC, mid, horn) x2
Drum Fill (1 x 15" Electrovoice & horn)
QSC Power amps 500 Watts......x4
Yamaha stereo 31 band graphic…..x2

Gigs at The 100 Club

The 100 Club hosts live music seven nights a week. On Fridays and Saturdays, the music starts at around 8.30pm.

Set Lengths
Varies
Rewards/Fees
Unknown

How to get a gig at The 100 Club

The venue does not take direct artist enquiries. Instead, please contact one of the venue's promoters or regular events.

If you are interested in hiring the venue for your own event, please contact Jenny using the email address below.

How to contact The 100 Club

Booking Email
jenny@the100club.com
Booking Tel
Booking Link

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