VMS Live are delighted to be working in Partnership with Student Central to bring one of London’s most loved Venue Locations back to life!

The former ‘ULU’ & ‘Duck & Dive’ venues now known as the ‘Venue’ and ‘Library’ will be operating as full production complete stand alone venues in the coming months. The ‘Venue’ is capable of operating in both Standing and Seated formats with a capacity of up to 828 people and the ‘Library’ will be available as a 250 capacity standing venue. We will have full venue and production and venue specs ready shortly but for now if you need more information and venue avails, please contact us via the form below.

Upcoming Events

Impericon Never Say Die! Tour 2019

Wednesday 13 November 2019

The IMPERICON NEVER SAY DIE! Tour has blown away audiences across Europe a dozen times already, this year’s line-up once again confirms that the tour, like no other, joins the greats at the very heart of the European heavy music scene. In this year’s thirteenth edition, bands from four continents are represented, showcasing the global diversity of heavy guitar music in its various forms.

Japan’s Crystal Lake and Australia’s In Hearts Wake are a high-profile double whammy headliner with Michigan’s King 810 delivering poetic aggression and Our Hollow Our Home, Polar, Alpha Wolf and Great American Ghost present the hottest up of the up and comers.


Friday 15 November 2019

Łobuzy plus special guests Marek / Edek and Złomowisko PL

Saturday 16 November 2019

“Łobuzy” disco concert night
On Saturday 16th November we invite everybody to a great disco night in ULU Live London.

The band is famous for their “Ona Czuje We Mnie Piniadz” single, which is the most popular song in the Polish community on YouTube. The video has had 80 million views and the band have 350,000 fans on Facebook! They will now play concerts for us in London and Manchester and they are happy to meet you all!


Friday 22nd November 2019


A Peaceful Noise


Friday 29 November 2019

As it heads into its fourth incredible year, The Nick Alexander Memorial Trust is delighted to announce the first bands to play 2019’s instalment of their flagship fundraiser, A Peaceful Noise. Taking place at London’s legendary ULU Live on 29th November, the event promises to be another very special evening of rock n roll in aid of the Nick Alexander Memorial Trust.

Founded in the aftermath of the terror attack at the Bataclan in 2015, The Nick Alexander Memorial Trust is a registered charity established in memory of Nick Alexander who was killed in the attack while working for Eagles of Death Metal. The trust awards grants for musical instruments and equipment to community groups and small charities across the UK.

Announcing this year’s event, Nick Alexander Memorial Trust and A Peaceful Noise founder, Zoe Alexander said: “It’s so exciting to embark on our fourth A Peaceful Noise, it’s always such an incredible night. The gig will always have what happened at the Bataclan at its heart, but it’s about looking forward as well and we’re thrilled to have some of the hottest names in new music join us for this year’s show.”

Tastemakers’ favourites The Blinders are the first act out of the bag for A Peaceful Noise 2019. Hailing from the coalfields of South Yorkshire, the proto-punk three-piece has cultivated a formidable reputation for live shows that mix incandescent energy with kaleidoscopic lyricism. Currently getting those in the know all hot under their collars, we’re sure that The Blinders’ first London show since June will be legendary. Don’t miss it.

Battle Beast – No More Hollywood Endings Tour 

Saturday 30 November 2019


Knocked Loose

Sunday 1 December 2019

Plus Special Guests

Justice For The Damned

Municipal Waste

Sunday 8 December 2019

Plus very special guests

Toxic Holocaust
Also, Enforcer and Skeletal Remains


Sunday 15 December 2019

 Recognized for his social influence, K-pop star Holland sets out on his first European tour. ‘EP. 1 – Invitation From Neverland’.
Tickets are on sale now.

Slade – The Rockin’ Home For Christmas Tour 2019

Friday 20 December 2019

It’s Christmas! And it wouldn’t be Christmas without Slade… Cum on feel the noise at Slade’s Picturedrome Christmas Party.

Slade – without a doubt, one of the most exciting bands to come out of Great Britain in the past 50 years. With their unique blend of perfect pop rock’n’roll, outrageous flamboyance, pure fun and no less than 23 Top-20 singles – of which six were No-1 smash hits, plus six smash albums – Slade have become a firm favourite in the hearts of pop fans all over the world.

Don Airey (Deep Purple)

Friday 28 February 2020

In these days where everybody seems to want to show off at every given occasion, Don Airey is without a doubt “One of A Kind”.It is hard to find a name amongst all those that over the last 30 years have left their mark in the history of rock that has not utilised Don’s keyboard skills at some point. Amongst them Ozzy Osbourne, Rainbow, Whitesnake, Judas Priest, Gary Moore, Brian May, Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath and, obviously, Deep Purple, the band of which Don Airey has been a full time member for over fifteen years.

Don Airey has never been a session player. Bands and artists work with him for his unique musical vision, for the twist he gives to songs. It is with the same passion, the same energy, the same talent that Don Airey approaches his very own songwriting.“One Of A Kind” is a true classic hard rock gem with melodies, great riffs and solos and a unique band unity.

To top it all, his new solo album has been written and recorded using the spirit of a band featuring the following talented musicians: Carl Sentance (from the current lineup of British legends Nazareth) is a singer that all fans of metal voices like those of Rob Halford and Graham Bonnet will love; Bassist Laurence Cottle,who has played with everyone from Black Sabbath, to Gary Moore, to Chick Corea,forges a great rhythm section with the thunderous talent of Jon Finnigan, apparently as loud on stage as he is at the after show parties.

Get in Touch

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Where to Find Us

ULU Live

Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY

Ticket Info

Please note that VMS do not authorise tickets for sale or re-sale via any secondary ticketing companies. Our conditions of sale expressly forbid the re-selling of tickets. If you see tickets listed on secondary ticketing sites then these may well be forgeries and we accept no liability if you are denied access to the event having purchased a ticket from one of these outlets.

Each venue/event that we operate will have a direct link to our ‘Box Office’ provider for this event. In this case that is www.eventbrite.co.uk

We also sell tickets via the following official ticket sellers for our events:

  • www.ticketmaster.co.uk
  • www.ticketweb.co.uk
  • www.ticketline.co.uk
  • www.seetickets.co.uk
  • www.gigantic.co.uk
  • www.eventim.co.uk
  • www.eventbrite.co.uk
  • www.hullboxoffice.co.uk
  • www.theticketfactory.com

If in doubt as to whether an agent is officially selling tickets for an event, please feel free to contact us at ulu@vmslive.org

Disabled Access & Carer Tickets

We advise our customers to contact the venue via email ulu@vmslive.org to check availability of disabled access and seating and also complete a basic registration document that will be sent on request. The stalls area of our venue has step free access but  is classed as a standing only venue and has limited availability for wheelchairs & seating which we bring out on some live music events. Once the venue has confirmed availability for a free carer ticket you can purchase a ticket through our authorised ticket agent. Please then send us the confirmation of the ticket purchased via email to ulu@vmslive.org  your names will then be put  on to a collection list at the front doors so  the Security & Venue Manager are aware of your arrival that night.

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