100 Club

100 Club

Number 100 Oxford Street is a London landmark that opened in a basement during WW2 in 1942. Well-known artists have played here, including Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper. Legend has it that a Chinese food delivery was thrown on stage for the Sex Pistols midway through a performance of Anarchy in the UK. 

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