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The Royal Court and the Donmar may be edgier, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane may be more hallowed, but nowhere spells showbiz like the London Palladium. Under Val Parnell's management in the mid-20th century, it was the go-to venue for major Hollywood and Broadway stars, and it was here, in October 1963, that the Beatles' appearance on ITV's Sunday Night at the London Palladium made front page news the next day and effectively ignited Beatlemania. More recently it hosted the blockbusting revival of The Sound of Music, starring Connie Fisher.
The nearest underground station is Oxford Circus and there is an NCP car park at Brewer Street.
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Absolute Radio Live
Absolute Radio's Christian O'Connell hosts an evening of stand-up to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, featuring Al Murray, Mark Watson, Zoe Lyons and Tom Allen.
For fifty years, Al Stewart has been writing and singing songs. This concert sees him playing acoustic versions from his musical back pages going all the way back to the bedsit with Bedsitter Images. He will be accompanied by his long-time collaborator Dave Nachmanoff and guitarist Tim Renwick. Stewart came to stardom…
Al Stewart: Back To The Bedsit Tour 2017
The veteran Glasgow-born folk rock singer-songwriter celebrates 50 years in the music business by performing acoustic versions of his back catalogue including Bedsitter Images. He is accompanied by long-time collaborator Dave Nachmanoff and guitarist Tim Renwick.
Eighties soul balladeer who incited imaginary love interests everywhere to 'Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car'.
The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
A 50th anniversary show from the legendary Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band. The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band were fronted by the late, great Vivian Stanshall and the not-late, but still great Neil Innes. After appearing as regular guests on Thames Television's Do Not Adjust Your Set (alongside Michael Palin, Eric Idle, Terry Jones…
British Online Creator Awards
The most creative, inspirational and exciting videos of the year from the UK's online community are honoured in 14 categories, including three prizes voted by the public.
Chris de Burgh
AOR from the man who unleashed 'The Lady in Red' on the world, playing covers from his latest album.
The American singer-songwriter, lead singer of Bright Eyes and member of Monsters of Folk turned solo artist brings his unique blend of angst-folk to the UK.
Count Arthur Strong
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
The man with a thousand jumpers performs a selection of classic hits from his astonishingly successful easy listening records.
The Divine Comedy
Formed in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland in 1989, it's incredible that this orchestral pop collective are still going strong. Front-man Neil Hannon leads his acclaimed alt pop ensemble out once more to perform tracks from their latest album, Foreverland, as well as classic hits, including National Express.
An Evening With Eric Cantona
The mercurial French footballer, who is credited as a catalyst for Manchester United's changing status in the early years of the Premier League, makes a rare public appearance to discuss his life on and off the pitch.
Football Weekly Live In London
The Guardian's podcast squad of James Richardson, Barry Glendenning, Paul MacInnes, Iain Macintosh and producer Ben take stock of the football season just before its halfway point, assessing the form of teams in the Premier League and Leicester's forays in Europe.
Grayson Perry - Typical Man In A Dress
The Turner Prize-winning artist, known for his ceramic vases, discusses typical traits of masculinity which is often seen as at odds with his cross-dressing.
The American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Illinois presents his Grammy Award-winning brand of folk and country.
Fri 21 Apr 2017
The London-based poet, singer-songwriter and illustrator, whose voice has been likened to Jeff Buckley and Bon Iver, performs songs from his three albums in the round.
Kenny Rogers - "The Gambler’s Last Deal" Tour
The Grammy Award-winning American country singer celebrates almost 60 years in music with a final world tour, playing some of his biggest hits including The Gambler, Islands In The Stream, Lady, Lucille She Believes In Me and We've Got Tonight. With support from Charlie Worsham.
Former teen country prodigy who has floated between the country and pop worlds for much of her career.
The critically acclaimed Canadian singer plays her first UK concerts since 2012, joining her long-time musical collaborators, guitarist Brian Hughes and cellist Caroline Lavelle, to perform music and stories inspired by McKennitt's travels around China, Mongolia, central Turkey and Ireland in search of the Celts.
The Magic Of Christmas
An evening of festive music in the company of Ronan Keating, James Morrison, Beverley Knight, Kim Wilde, Andreya Triana, The Shires and Jack Pack.
Pop and soul from the lead singer of Wet Wet Wet, who releases his new album Mysterious in February 2017.
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe
Musical star Michael Ball and popular tenor Alfie Boe join forces.
Miles Jupp: Songs Of Freedom
The son of a minister in the United Reform Church, Jupp was a natural when it came to the casting of Nigel, a Church Of England Lay Reader, in the BBC sitcom Rev. Now the actor, stand-up and Radio Four stalwart presents his latest show about modern life. Astronauts, regrets, social media, hipsters, rage and medicine are…
Irish charmer Nathan Carter and his band play an easy listening mix of Irish, country and popular songs.
The Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter takes to the stage to perform heartfelt jazzy pop songs from her album The Fall, featuring the single Chasing Pirates which was released as a download only single on iTunes. Jones made a big impact on the music industry with her debut alum Come Away With Me in 2002. The album…
The voice behind hits such as Ace's 'How Long', Squeeze's 'Tempted' and Mike and the Mechanics' 'The Living Years'.
Big ballads and coffee table soul from the Scouse finalist of the 2010 X Factor. Her new album Lady Sings the Blues is a reinterpretation of the best of Billie Holiday's classic songs.
A tribute to Fred Astaire.
The Taiwanese singer, actress and writer brings her Renext world tour to Europe, bookmarking her mellow pop songs into four distinct chapters: I Dare Love, I Regret, Missing You and I Understand.
Skyrim in Concert
The Winterhold Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir perform the award winning score by Jeremy Soule.
The one-time Genesis guitarist revisits his time in the band with new versions of songs he co-wrote from the period 1971–1977.
That'll Be the Day
Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
The lead singer of indie band Keane embarks on his first solo UK tour, launching his self-penned album, The Wave.