45 Queen Caroline Street London, United Kingdom W6 9 0844 249 4300
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0844 249 4300 or www.eventim.co.uk
Tickets can be purchased in person at the box office at Eventim Apollo.The box office is open on show days from 4pm to approximately 8pm.
(Eventim Apollo box office is not open on days when there is no performance at the venue.)
Eventim Apollo opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace and became the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962. Designed in the Art Deco style its life began as a cinema but whilst named the Odeon it became a famous destination for live music, indluing artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley.
Grade II* listed since the 1990s it became an adaptable space in 2006 in order to accommodate larger, standing crowds.
The 1932 fully restored Compton organ, used in its cinema days, is still found at the venue which has also become a favourite place for Live (and televised) Comedy events.
With a mixed standing seated capacity of over 3500 and 5000 for all standing it remains one of London’s legendary venues.
The Queen's Club is a private sporting club in West Kensington, London, England. The club hosts the prestigious annual Queen's Club Championships grass court men's lawn tennis tournament (currently known as the AEGON Championships for sponsorship reasons). It has 28 outdoor courts and eight indoor. With two courts, it is also the national headquarters of real tennis, hosting the British Open every year. The Queen's Club also has rackets, and squash courts; it has now become the headquarters for both these sports due to the Prince's Club closure in 1940.HistoryFounded as The Queen's Club Limited on 19 August 1886 by Evan Charteris, George Francis and Algernon Grosvener, the Queen's Club was the world's second multipurpose sports complex, after the Prince's Club, and became the only one after the Prince's Club relocated to Knightsbridge and lost its outdoor sports facilities. The club is named after Queen Victoria, its first patron. On 19 May 1887 the first lawn tennis courts were opened and on 1–2 July 1887 the first sporting event was held when Oxford played Cambridge. The construction of the club buildings took about eighteen months and they were opened in January 1888. William Marshall, finalist of the inaugural 1877 Wimbledon Championships was the architect. Among the initial sports offered at the club were real tennis, Eton Fives, rackets, lawn tennis (grass courts and covered courts), football, rugby and athletics. Cricket was also played but not as an organized sport. The University Sports meeting between Cambridge and Oxford was held at the Queen's Club from 1888 to 1928.
Enjoy inspiring keynotes, innovative talks, breakouts, hands-on workshops and tons of networking. You will be overwhelmed with the value of content.
18 global stars bring remarkable knowledge to the heart of London. Keynote speakers include Frank Spear, Christian Coachman and John Cranham.
Stars of Dentistry has entertainment, education, 5* catering, varied learning and a huge trade show.
Cover all your 8 recommended GDC core subjects, and gain up to 15 hours of verifiable CPD.
All guests are invited to the 'VIP champagne & canapes after-party with the Stars'.
Located on the north side of the river Thames, just by Hammersmith Bridge we have fantastic views. The upstairs terrace can accommodate a large number of people to allow you to celebrate both inside and out. We work with Delicious Parties for catering. Please see more information on their menus and services at www.deliciousparties.co.uk
Our hall has seen many fantastic Events, Parties and Wedding receptions! The Hall is a great size to fit all of your loved ones in. Children's Parties - with enough room for a bouncy castle!
We have a bar in the Hall to save you the trouble of supplying them yourself!
Our centre piece of the Hall is our beautiful stage which has housed many performers and acts over the years.
We also work along side The Fulham & Chelsea Cake Company who not only provide cakes, but can assist you with your event! www.fulhamcakeco.com
A lovely pub on the riverside in Hammersmith that houses a traditional pub on the ground floor, The Dining Deck Restaurant on the Upper Deck, an independent function room as well as a balcony and terrace offering gorgeous views of the landscape and the River Thames.
We welcome children and dogs from 9am every day for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, all of which offer a seasonal, fresh menu. Our wide selection of English and international beers & ales; new and old world wines; and spirits ranging from traditional to boutique.
With a beautiful garden to the side of the pub, we're a great choice for the sunny days and fires on both floors for the cold ones.
We have a large range of tables for dining up on the top deck, our Dining Deck Restaurant.
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The Hammersmith Apollo is an entertainment venue and a Grade II* listed building located in Hammersmith, London.Designed by Robert Cromie in Art Deco style, it opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace, being renamed the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962. It has had a string of names and owners, most recently AEG Live and Eventim UK.HistoryThe venue was opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace and seated nearly 3,500 people. It was designed by Robert Cromie in the Art Deco style. In 1962, the building was renamed Hammersmith Odeon, a name many people still use for the venue along with the abbreviation "Hammy-O". It became a Grade II listed building in 1990. The venue was later refurbished and renamed Labatt's Apollo following a sponsorship deal with Labatt Brewing Company (1993 or 1994).In 2002, the venue was again renamed, this time to Carling Apollo after Carling brewery struck a deal with the owners, US-based Clear Channel Entertainment (spun off as Live Nation (Venues) UK Ltd in 2005). The venue's listing was upgraded to Grade II* status in 2005. In 2003, the stalls seats were made removable and now some concerts have full seating whilst others have standing-only in the stalls. In the latter format the venue can accommodate around 5,000 people. The event was marked by rock band AC/DC playing an exclusive one-off concert and only charging £10 per ticket. All 5,000 tickets sold out in 4 minutes. In 2006, the venue reverted to its former name, the Hammersmith Apollo. In 2007, the original 1932 Compton pipe organ, still present from the building's days as a cinema, was restored. The building then changed hands and was bought by the MAMA Group.
The Hammersmith Palais de Danse, later renamed as the Hammersmith Palais, was a dance hall and entertainment venue in Hammersmith, London, England that operated from 1919 until 2007. It was the first palais de danse to be built in Britain. In 2009, it was named by the Brecon Jazz Festival as one of twelve venues which had made the most important contributions to jazz music in the United Kingdom.The Palais occupied a large site on the A219 at 242 Shepherd's Bush Road, London W6, near the circular system under the A4 Hammersmith flyover. The area, one of London's key communication nodes, has two London Underground stations, a bus station, and the road network at Hammersmith Broadway.HistoryOn the site of a former tram depot, the Hammersmith Palais de Danse was opened on 28 October 1919, by North American entrepreneurs Howard Booker and Frank Mitchell, in order to host ballroom dancing and various kinds of dance bands, among which were the new jazz bands. Many of the famous jazz stars of the day appeared in concert there, including American jazz singer Adelaide Hall, who performed at the venue during the week from 27 March to 2 April 1939, accompanied by the Florida Club Orchestra. In October 1933, a new maple dance floor was installed in the venue; it was advertised as being "England's finest £5,000 maple floor".
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