Project: KOKO Camden, London

Client: Make One Group

The building was originally The Camden Theatre, and first opened on Boxing Day 1900. With a capacity of 2,434 it was one of the largest theatres in London outside the West End. The theatre was designed by the prolific theatre architect W. G. R. Sprague. The theatre was opened by Ellen Terry, then the most celebrated actress in England, who had lived in nearby Stanhope Street as a child.

KOKO (previously called The Music Machine and Camden Palace) is now a concert venue. The building was known as Camden Palace from 1982 until its 2004 purchase and extensive restoration. Since, the club has been known as KOKO and serves as one of the premier live music venues in London. 

Scope of works:

  • Stone repairs and a 3 coat lime render system
  • Tile repairs
  • Rendering
  • Helifix repairs to the Hope & Anchor pub next door
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