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.
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5th Anniversary of the Abram Wilson Foundation - NITIN SAWHNEY + MADAM + RACHEL COHEN QUARTET + KOKOROKO
CELEBRATING 5 YEARS OF THE ABRAM WILSON FOUNDATION AND RAISING FUNDS TO SUPPORT THE NEXT GENERATION OF ARTISTS Marking the 5th anniversary of the Abram Wilson Foundation, which helps young people achieve their greatness through music. NITIN SAWHNEY + MADAM + RACHEL COHEN QUARTET + KOKOROKO The Abram Wilson Foundation is…
Thu 11 May
£40 / 020 8222 6955
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 &…
Frontman of emo pop band Something Corporate in solo guise.
Irish singer-songwriter and former backing singer for Van Morrison, who is the Ronan Keating it's okay to like.
Bunny Rabbit Lost Her Egg & Eggcellent Egg Hunt
A musical workshop with an Easter theme. You can also take part in an egg hunt.
Bush Hall Presents
Stories, anecdotes and audience interaction from James Acaster. Also featuring Liam Williams.
Bush Hall Presents
Regular comedy nights with well-known faces on the bill.
A chance to see the new acts of tomorrow on stage in a grand showcase of talent.
Multi-instrumental hip hop and Afrobeat quartet from London.
Courtney Marie Andrews
Dan Baird & Homemade Sin
Over-14s show. Good time Southern rock from the ex-Georgia Satellites singer-guitarist and his latest band.
Daniela Andrade is a Canadian singer-songwriter based out of Toronto & Montreal. Originally known for her stripped down acoustic covers and originals on YouTube, her music and videos have totalled over 500 Million streams and plays, building her a following of over 1.3 Million YouTube Subscribers and 1.8 Million…
The American blues and soul singer-songwriter from Oregon performs songs from her third album Nous.
Hannah Witton: Doing it!
The award-winning vlogger - that is a video blogger, for those unsure - discusses sex, relationships, feminism, body image, gender and sexuality. With 329,000 channel subscribers, Witton has found great success with her frank yet approachable manner, which she conveys in her first book, Doing It, which was released April…
The up-and-coming singer, songwriter and musician hailing from London takes to the stage with his original material.
Folk singer-songwriter from Arkansas.
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.
The Jungle Book Musical Show
Musical fun based on the Rudyard Kipling novel. For ages 2–6.
Lost In Disco
A non-stop party of disco.
The three-piece outfit plays its alt rock material including the debut single Sleuth.
Mari Wilson 35th Anniversary Concert
The 1980s cult icon celebrates the 35th anniversary of her hit single Just What I've Always Wanted with a celebratory concert and a host of special guests.
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 from New Zealand.
American country singer-songwriter.
Sound of the Sirens
The Exeter duo perform foot-stomping folk rock.
Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the quickfire Canadian stand-up and TV regular seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
Four-piece experimental indie rock ensemble Tall Ships may have relocated from Falmouth to Brighton but the touring line-up of lead singer Ric Phethean, bassist Matt Parker, drummer Jamie Bush and keyboard player James Elliot Field continue to hit a musical sweet spot. Their seven-date springtime tour follows the release…
Effects-drenched trio comparable to Battles, Foals and Explosions in the Sky.
The double Grammy-winning bluegrass and old time country singer and multi-instrumentalist performs his original material, including songs from his album Pompadour.
Grammy Award-winning Americana and bluegrass from the singer and gifted guitarist/mandolin player.
The Saturdays singer-songwriter from Thurles performs songs from her first solo album The Waiting Game.
The four-piece outfit from Reykjavik play dream pop, indie electronica. Support is Sh*tkid.