The O2 Arena
- Box office 0844 856 0202
- General enquiries 0844 499 9999
- Opening times Daily 9am–1am.
- Box office times Non–arena event days noon–7pm; arena event days noon–9pm.
- Website www.theo2.co.uk
Most famous for playing host to the world's biggest musical acts, the O2 keeps jumping all day and night long, even when there isn't a superstar on its stage. Along with the 20,000-seater O2 Arena, the complex contains the smaller indigoO2 venue, an 11-screen cinema, the British Music Experience museum and Up at The O2 – a chance to poke the O2's massive dome roof with your very own finger. The 21 eateries of the O2's Entertainment Avenue offer everything from seafood to steak, American to Thai, and all the combinations in between.
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West End hits and light opera from tenor Boe.
Alice In Grooveland
Jazz courtesy of the London-based quintet comprising David Rollins on guitar, Rick Guerreiro on saxophone, Andrew Myers on keyboard, Neville White on bass and Nick Bradshaw on drums.
Meet experts from the Scottish Wildlife Trust, learn more about Scotland's wildlife and celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity.
Ant & Dec's Takeaway On Tour!
Ant and Dec take their Saturday night extravaganza on tour – expect the usual glut of guests, prizes and audience participation.
Backstreet's back, as they say. They head out on tour with the five-heartthrob line-up restored.
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
Eight of the best singles and doubles players in tennis compete in the final showcase of the year.
Sun 9 Nov
Mon 10 Nov
Tue 11 Nov
Easy listening pop hits, emotive piano ballads and glitzy showmanship from the camp commander.
C2C: Country To Country
Get your fill of country over a weekend jam-packed with the likes of Dixie Chicks, Rascal Flatts, Brad Paisley and Zac Brown Band.
Sat 15 Mar
Dutch singer putting a modern pop spin on post-war jazz styles.
Channel 4's Comedy Gala
The best of Channel 4 get together in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity for the fifth year in a row. Featuring Alan Carr, Jack Dee, Jason Byrne, Jason Manford, Jo Brand, John Bishop, Jon Richardson, Jonathan Ross, Josh Widdicombe, Kevin Bridges, Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre, Paul Chowdhry, Sean Lock…
Fri 16 May
£44.75–£165.75 / 0844 856 0202
With Featuring: Alan Carr, Jack Dee, Jason Byrne, Jason Manford, Jo Brand, John Bishop, Jon Richardson, Jonathan Ross, Josh Widdicombe, Kevin Bridges, Lee Evans, Michael McIntyre, Paul Chowdhry, Sean Lock, Seann Walsh, Adam Hills and Aisling Bea and many more.
Cirque du Soleil: Dralion
The acclaimed show, which puts a contemporary spin on Chinese acrobats, celebrates its 15th anniversary.
Cocoon London Return + Maceo Plex/Maetrik
Sven Vath headlines this Ibiza-flavoured night, and is joined by Tim Green in the main room, and members of the mobilee records collective, Anja Schneider, Ralf Kollmann and Timo Maas, in room two.
Darius Brubeck Quartet
Keyboardist Brubeck (son of Dave) and his band of young hotshots.
Street dance skills from the winners of the third series of Britain's Got Talent who actually, believe it or not, have some of the aforementioned talent.
The leading lady of country with the phenomenal voice and impeccable songwriting performs evergreen favourites – and perhaps even a rap or two – on her Blue Smoke World Tour.
Well-connected Canadian rapper who had a recurring acting role in Degrassi: The Next Generation as a teenager. Now touring his latest album Nothing Was the Same with support from The Weeknd.
The legendary country rockers take it easy (and the like) on their 'History Of The Eagles' tour, in support of their career spanning documentary of the same name.
Hong Kong pop sensation Eason Chan embarks on a one hundred show world tour.
Folky rapping singer-songwriter on the block, mooning over girls and stuff, such as on the big hit 'The A-Team'.
Strangely uplifting indie miserablists from Manchester continue to demonstrate their ability to make arenas feel intimate.
Ennio Morricone: My Life In Music, World Tour
The composer well known for his soundtracks to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Cinema Paradiso, The Untouchables and Django Unchained, among many others, performs works from his over-fifty year career.
The Four Tops and The Temptations
A double-bill of Motown veterans. Few of the original members survive (with The Temptations alone having had at least 20 different members pass through their ranks over the years), but the songs – from 'Get Ready' to 'Reach Out I'll Be There' – most certainly do.
Solo from Take That's songwriter-singer, promoting his new album, the cheesily titled Since I Saw You Last.
Pop opera from the phenomenally successful Il Divo.
Jack Whitehall Gets Around
Posh-voiced, hairdo-ed star of Fresh Meat and Bad Education indulging in his first arena tour.
Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds
Take cover – it's the original (prog-rock) score for the HG Wells novel adaptation, performed live on this Final Arena tour, with holographic Liam Neeson.
Sat 13 Dec
Times to be confirmed / £38.50 tickets on sale from Nov 22, 2013 / 0844 856 0202
The singer-songwriter and musician from Bridgeport, Connecticut, performs pop-rock and blues-rock with his backing band.
The veteran, chart-topping American singer performs a selection of his pop and soul hits.
Current king of pop arrives in town to set Glasgow pulses racing on his 20/20 Experience World Tour.
Sassy but cynically marketed style-over-content pop from the 'I Kissed a Girl' songstress on her Prismatic world tour.
Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball
Big electro tunes and even bigger costumes from poker-faced Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in support of her latest number one album ARTPOP.
Lee Evans: Monsters
The manic comedian (and actor – remember There's Something about Mary ?) takes his fast-paced gags onto the road again.
Pop with an R&B twist from the first girl group to win the X-Factor, back in 2011.
Fans of early-noughties fresh-faced pop punk – hold onto your hats. Busted and McFly are only merging together to create probably the most inoffensive supergroup ever.
The latest Disney child star to reject their wholesome image and begin the road to rehab, Cyrus tours her latest album Bangerz. Probably whilst twerking.
Miranda Hart: My, What I Call, Live Show
The socially awkward, perennially clumsy Miranda off the, what we call, telly embarks on her first ever live tour. Such fun!
Wed 12 Mar
Thu 13 Mar
Fri 11 Apr
Monty Python: One Down, Five to Go
- Directed by: Eric Idle
It's … the ground-breaking comedy troupe, back together for a live show and promising 'comedy, pathos, music and a tiny bit of ancient sex.'
Nine Inch Nails
American industrial rock and metal group out on tour to support latest album Hesitation Marks.
Once in a Lifetime
A bumper line-up of pop oldies off on their 'final' tour: The Osmonds, David Essex, Showaddywaddy and Les McKeown's Bay City Rollers.
The famous American family return to perform all their pop hits.
Thu 26 Jun
Premier League Darts 2014
The play-offs of the ten-player tournament.
Big pop hits from the sometime Take That star.
Russell Howard: Wonderbox
The energetic star of Good News and Mock the Week takes his Wonderbox on tour.
Sound Of BlueNote
The Sound Of Blue Note is a quintet featuring Guy Gardner (piano); Ian Ellis (sax); Andy Urquart (trumpet); Pete Maxfield(bass) and Tony Mann (drums), paying tribute to the great era in the 50s to 60s - the height of the Blue Note recording period.
UK rapper adding grime and dubstep to the mix, and now stepping up to arena level.
Latest airbrushed boy band to pop off the end of the production line.
WWE Live – Wrestlemania Revenge
The ultimate in 'sports entertainment' as the real deal WWE superstars of US wrestling bring the pain to the UK.
Your favourite WWE superstars and divas including World Heavyweight champion John Cena, Alberto Del Rio, Randy Orton, CM Punk, AJ and The Bella Twins.
X Factor Live
The most bankable of auditionees from the tenth series of The X Factor perform for your sheer delight. Featuring Abi Alton, Hannah Barrett, Luke Friend, Nicholas McDonald, Rough Copy, Sam Bailey, Sam Callahan and Tamera Foster.