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Located in a rehabbed 1846 locomotive shed, it picks up on the maverick spirit of neighboring Camden with a frisky lineup of innovative creations such as musical dramas and spectaculars, many of them given a crowd-pleasing, dance-inflected, shock-to-the-system twist. In the 1960s, it was one of London’s most important stages, particularly for counterculture concerts: In more recent seasons, you’re just as likely to see one-off comedy events or concerts (The B-52s, David Byrne).