Since 2011 The Underdog has been an independently run arts and music bar located under one of the remaining original arches in London Bridge. The Underdog is host to some of the most exciting art and music events in London in a section of the railway viaduct that used to be home to several music clubs with huge significance to the capital’s dance music culture. The grade II listed polychromatic brick arches date from 1864-6 and were designed by Charles Henry Driver for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. It is believed that the carvings seen above the arch columns on Crucifix Lane and St Thomas Street are unmatched by any other railway viaduct in the UK. Events, live gigs and monthly exhibitions curated by the Underdog team capture the zeitgeist of nearby Bermondsey Street, while the continuous rumble of the railway above embodies the industrial heritage of this neighbourhood.