London's Brick Lane Music Hall has a wide range of showings, from traditional music hall performances to original productions. Shows are accompanied by food in the form of luncheon shows, matinees with afternoon tea, and evening shows with a three-course dinner. It is one of the few places in the UK where you can still experience the song-and-supper entertainment that was popular in the mid-1900s. Its name comes from its original location on Brick Lane, but in 2003 the music hall moved to St Mark's Church in Silvertown in East London.
The music hall was voted Britain's Friendliest Venue by UK travel companies because of its community involvement. The venue provides musical programs and education to local children and puts on performances at care centers for the sick and elderly. The music hall can accept groups and is available for private events.
Brick Lane Music Hall is located at 443 North Woolwich Road near the London City Airport.