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In 1970 the venue was reincarnated as The Music Machine and provided a platform for the first wave punk bands such as The Sex Pistols and The Clash.
Subsequently purchased by Steve Strange and Rusty Egan of Visage in 1983 the Camden Palace was born – the venue then holding court to the leading figures of The New Romantic scene and in the process hosting the earliest gigs of the Eurythmics and the first UK performance by a rising star known as Madonna.
KOKO began life as The Camden Theatre and was opened on Boxing Day 1900 by the famous actress Ellen Terry, with a seating capacity of 1600.
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KOKO has enjoyed a vast and colourful past documented by the venerable wikipedia in an excellent entry which you can read here.
As for the history of the venue in our own words; read on...
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