- Telephone 020 8222 6955
- Website www.bushhallmusic.co.uk
Bush Hall has operated as an independent live music and events venue since 2001. Prior to that the building had a variety of identities including a dance hall, soup kitchen, snooker club and as rehearsal space for The Who. Bush Hall specialises in rock and pop gigs with big names such as Adele, R.E.M, Kings of Leon and Nick Cave gracing the stages in recent years.
The nearest underground station is Shepherd’s Bush Market, approximately five minutes walk. Street parking is available near the venue and is free at weekends.
There are 35 events at this location
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Against The Current
Pop rock from Poughkeepsie.
If anyone deserves to be regarded as the father of modern Americana, it has to be Alejandro Escovedo. His trailblazing career began as a member of San Francisco's famed punk innovators The Nuns, who supported the Sex Pistols at their last ever show, and continued with Austin-based alt-country rock pioneers, Rank &…
London based singer-songwriter and rapper who has featured on singles with Wiley and Fuse Odg.
Post-hardcore trio from Kingston.
Irish singer-songwriter and former backing singer for Van Morrison, who is the Ronan Keating it's okay to like.
The acoustic singer-songwriter from London performs her second album Wandering Heart. With support from Kira Lynn Cain.
Mon 6 Feb
Bush Hall Presents
Regular comedy nights with well-known faces on the bill.
Bush Hall Presents With Joe Lycett
The TV regular performs his latest routine, supported by James Acaster and hosted by Ed Gamble.
A chance to see the new acts of tomorrow on stage in a grand showcase of talent.
The Cactus Blossoms
Classic folk and country from brothers Jack Torrey and Page Burkhum.
Chatham County Line
The Americana and bluegrass outfit performs in support of its seventh studio album, Autumn.
Dan Baird & Homemade Sin
Over-14s show. Good time Southern rock from the ex-Georgia Satellites singer-guitarist and his latest band.
Fortuna Pop! - Twenty Years Of Trouble
If you're hanging on to a rising balloon, you're presented with a difficult decision - let go before it's too late or hang on and keep getting higher, posing the question: how long can you keep a grip on the rope? They're selling Simon Love wigs in Woolworth's, man. The greatest record label in the history of mankind is…
Fortuna Pop: Twenty Years Of Trouble
Withered Hand, The Ballet, Pete Astor and Would-Be-Goods help say goodbye to the pop label.
Francis Dunnery Band
The ex-frontman for legendary British prog-rock band, It Bites, performs songs from the album Vampires.
The British singer-songwriter performs commercial pop songs from her upcoming album, including her single Broken For You.
Alberta-born brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel perform their country tunes.
James Acaster: Represent
As seen appearing on Russell Howard's Good News and Mock the Week so if the bigwigs like him you probably will too.
Leeds based singer-songwriter, guitar virtuoso and YouTube viral sensation.
The alternative rock singer-songwriter and guitarist from Memphis performs songs from her album Sprained Ankle.
Little Birdsong Concerts
Classical music for babies and their families.
Lost In Disco
The Sheen Resistance hosts a non-stop, groove-filled party mixing disco, funk, soul, 70s and 80s dancefloor hits all night long.
Mark Eitzel Featuring Bernard Butler
The duo perform folk songs from their collaborative album Hey Mr Ferryman With support from Fenando Viciconte.
Folk-pop singer-songwriter Pal Moddi Knutsen is a passionate political and social activist in his native Norway and his most recent album Unsongs is a collection of censored works by other artists from around the world including Kate Bush's Army Dreamers, which was banned by the BBC at one time. This free performance on…
Folk singer-songwriter, famed for the Ivor Novello Award winning song 'The Streets of London'.
Scouting for Girls
Quirky perky London indie poppers who gave us 'She's So Lovely'.
A personal exploration of Bob Dylan classics.
An evening of songs and laughter featuring the music and stories of Dolly and Stella growing up in the Tennessee mountains as told by the American country singer as she performs from her album Mountain Songbird: A Sister's Tribute.
Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the quickfire Canadian stand-up and TV regular seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
The double Grammy-winning folk singer and guitarist performs his material, including songs from his album Pompadour.
Grammy Award-winning Americana and bluegrass from the singer and gifted guitarist/mandolin player.
The singer-songwriter performs with a bluesy, soulful tone balanced with an original indie flair.