Live music days over at Herne Hill's Half Moon pub

James Hanley

A campaign to save one of London’s longest-standing music venues has failed. 

Southwark Council has granted planning permission for leaseholders Fullers to convert the Half Moon pub in Herne Hill, replacing its music area with a larger kitchen, reports Southwark News

The pub hosted live music for more than 40 years, welcoming the likes of The Police, Van Morrison and U2, but has been closed since severe flooding in 2013. Campaigners had held various initiatives including a pop-up concert ...

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