Close to the action
The O2 is a remarkable structure. Designed by architect Richard Rodgers, it holds on to the iconic look of the Dome while providing the flexibility to host a wide range of events, from big concerts to world championship boxing nights. Although it’s the second largest indoor arena in the UK, wherever you sit, you’ll feel close to the action.
Something for everyone at the O2
The O2 already has many stories to tell in its short history. It was the host of the one-night-only Led Zeppelin comeback and Monty Python’s final reunion had audiences rolling in the aisles for several weeks. It’s also the venue of the annual Brit Awards.
In 2008, the O2 was named as the busiest music venue in the world – stealing the title from none other than New York’s Madison Square Garden. Check out what’s coming soon – there’s bound to be something for every taste.
In terms of food, an evening at the arena doesn’t need to involve a hamburger and a can of coke (although it can if you want). Fine dining options are available and you can even enjoy a glass of champagne while watching the show.