On 16th Nov 2011 Davis Coffer Lyons, a property firm, announced that one of London’s legendary live music venue’s, The Bull and Gate, is to be put on the market. The venue, which is situated in Kentish Town is up for sale for offers in the region of £2.7m.
It’s the second piece of bad musical news to afflict this small patch of north London – five years ago the original home of pub rock, the Tally Ho, all but opposite the Bull and Gate, was torn down. And though Davis Coffer Lyon says it hopes to find a buyer who’ll keep the Bull and Gate as a live music venue, it admits: “The sheer size of the building will obviously appeal to investors and developers.”
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