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The Eventim Apollo is among London's biggest live entertainment venues. Formerly called the Hammersmith Apollo, it sits in West London and is among the best-preserved original theatres in the UK.

One of the UK's Largest and Most Popular Theatres

The famous theatre architect Robert Cromie, renowned for designing the Prince of Wales Theatre, designed it in the Art Deco style. The venue opened as the Gaumont Palace cinema on 28th March 1932 and offered 3,487 seats! An alliance between Gaumont British Theatres and exhibitor Israel Davies commissioned the design.

The building featured a brilliant fan-shaped auditorium and a 35-foot deep stage, a Compton4Manual/15 Ranks theatre organ, 20 dressing rooms, and a café on the foyer area. In 1962, the venue's name changed to the Hammersmith Odeon. It started showing a range of remarkable acts like Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. The last film screened at the venue was Blue Thunder on 8th August 1984.

A Journey Through Many Names

A sponsorship deal funded the refurbishment of the venue, and its name became the Labatt's Apollo. The legendary musical star Michael Ball, known for iconic roles in Hairspray, The Phantom Of The Opera and Les Misérables, shares a history with the venue. He was the last person to play here when they renamed it Odeon and the first to perform when it was renamed, Apollo.

The building reverted to the Hammersmith Apollo in the early 1990s. During that period, the English Heritage designated it a Grade II listed building; in 2005, it upgraded to Grade II status. Following another sponsorship deal, the venue became the Carling Apollo Hammersmith in 2003. Back then, an American company called Clear Channel Entertainment owned the building.

Through extensive modifications, removable seating in the stalls became a reality, facilitating both fully-seated and standing events – 3,632 sitting and 5,039 standing capacity. Popular acts including Paul Weller, Elton John, Oasis, Peter Kay, Stereophonics as well as REM performed here in recent years.

In 2006, it took its former name once more – the Hammersmith Apollo. The Cinema Theatre Association and Hammersmith & Fulham Council encouraged the owners to restore the original Compton organ console. The console, which was removed in the early 1990s, was back in the building, filling the void of silence that lasted for 25 years.

The Updated Eventim Apollo

Currently the Eventim Apollo, AEG Live and Eventim joined hands to rebuild the venue's majestic Art Deco design. After a multi-million-pound investment, the refurbished venue opened on 7th September 2013. A sold-out show by the famous singing star Selena Gomez marked the occasion. The renovation was the work of the award-winning Foster Wilson Architects. Refurbished features include retaining the beautiful plasterwork and decoration to complement the original paintwork, and fittings and fixtures made to the original designs. The LED lighting of various colours on the façade also enhances the auditorium's fresh appearance.

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Shrek The Musical is the current production at Eventim Apollo. The upcoming booking period for Shrek The Musical at Eventim Apollo starts 19/07/2024 19:30:00 and runs until 31/08/2024 14:30:00. Tickets for Shrek The Musical start at £25 and are available to book now .

Only Fools And Horses is the current production at Eventim Apollo. The latest booking period for Only Fools And Horses at Eventim Apollo started 11/02/2019 19:30:00 and runs until 05/01/2025 18:00:00. Tickets for Only Fools And Horses start at £55 and are available to book now .

How do I get to the Eventim Apollo?

The Eventim Apollo is on Queen Caroline Street, W6, directly opposite the Broadway Shopping Centre. Hammersmith tube and bus stations are within the shopping centre and are wheelchair accessible.

Please note that theft from cars in the area is high so please do not park in the vicinity of the venue.

What is the Eventim Apollo capacity?

The theatre has a capacity of 5,039. For more information, check out the Eventim Apollo seating plan.

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Nativity the musical.

Feel-good holiday comedy Nativity! The Musical returns to London for a highly-anticipated encore!

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Iconic duo Penn & Teller play the Eventim Apollo in London for a magical 45th Anniversary.

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The Eventim Apollo is on Queen Caroline Street, W6, directly opposite the Broadway Shopping Centre. Hammersmith tube and bus stations are within the shopping centre and are wheelchair accessible.

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Nearest Tube: Hammersmith (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City lines). The station is wheelchair accessible.

Buses: 9, 10, 27, 33, 419, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295 and 391. Hammersmith bus station is wheelchair accessible.

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Eventim Apollo

Formerly known as the Hammersmith Apollo, the West London venue is one of London’s major live entertainment destinations. The building originally oppened as the Gaumont Palace cinema in 1931 with two shows: A Night Like This and Bad Company. The theatre was renamed the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962 and saw world-class performers on its stage: The Beatles and Bob Marley to name a couple.

After refurbishment, the theatre reopened as the Hammersmith Apollo in 1992 with a Michael Ball tour. The Eventim Apollo continues to host some of the finest live entertainers and Off-West End shows.

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Railway station: Hammersmith Station Bus numbers: 9, 10, 27, 33, 419, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295, 391 Car park: Kings Mall

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45 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9QH 020 8563 3800

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www.eventimapollo.com the venue's own website provide the service. This venue allows individual seat selection for most events.

Booking fees per transaction: Varies by event. The system will advise at time of enquiry.

Other Online Choices (with genuine  S.T.A.R  ticket agencies):  Independent S.T.A.R. ticket agencies  may also offer an alternative choice of seats for some events. Note that many agencies do not offer tickets for concert events.

Ticket agencies offer an alternative way to buy tickets, with booking fees differing from those charged by the box office itself. They may have seats available or special offers when venues do not.

Box office information

Telephone: 0844 249 1000 Operated by Eventim on behalf of the venue.

"VIP Hospitality" is available at some events. Contact Mark Butler Associates on 020 7603 6033 or visit www.markbutler.co.uk for information. This is one way of getting special tickets to sold out events, muses the monkey - though it is pricey! 

Booking fees per ticket for telephone bookings: Varies by event. The sales team will advise at time of enquiry.

For personal callers or by post: Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London. W6 9QH The venue box office is normally only open from late afternoon (4 or 5pm onwards) on performance days only, and charges the same booking fee as by telephone to credit card purchasers - no fee for cash. In other words, a journey may not save you money!

Special Access Needs Customers:  Wheelchair users and other registered disabled theatregoers can call 020 8563 3800 and choose option 2. This line is open Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm. It CANNOT be used for general bookings or enquiries. https://www.eventimapollo.com is the official venue website.

Please remember that cheaper seats often do not offer the same view / location quality as top price ones, and that ticket prices are designed to reflect this difference.

The stalls can be replaced with a standing area that takes audience capacity at the venue to around 5000 people.

If "all standing" is used, Stalls tickets will generally be marked "GA" for "General Admission". They are often sold on the Ticketmaster system as "Stalls Standing", just to be clear, though!

This venue provides "view from seat" facilities at www.eventimapollo.com for all tickets as you select them, just click on them on the plan.

Dress Circle

The Dress Circle overhangs the Stalls at row Y. The view of the top of the stage is only affected very slightly from row CC back. 

When seating is used, the stalls are split into sections by aisles. The front section is divided off by an aisle in front of row N, and contains a central and two side blocks. The rear section from row N to FF has six blocks. Either side of the centre aisle are two blocks. Beside them are two outer blocks. These outer blocks are split into middle and rear sections by aisles in front of row X. Only the centre two blocks have seats in row W.

The stage front is usually flat, so that seats no longer curve around the front of it. There is also often a decent gap at either end of the front rows between the proscenium arch and the start of the seating. The gap means speakers can be put there without encroaching on sightlines as badly as they did before, for those lucky enough to be in the front rows for concerts.

Without seats, a few rails to lean on are provided around the auditorium.

Good throughout the stalls, best in rows A, N and in row X seats 1 to 16 and 37 to 52.

Choosing seats in general

Front Section:  Theatremonkey rates front section central block seats in rows E to M particularly worth buying, offering a fine view. A reader notes the rake had gone in 2014, though, before row M. Then try rows D to A in that order before choosing the inside aisle seats in the side blocks of the front section. 

In the two front section side blocks, seats closest to the inside aisle have a fair view, but for the same money, choose the central blocks. Depending on the performance, the outermost two seats in rows B and C, three in D and four in E to M may not see into the stage corners with speakers or other bits of set in front. Still, they may be worthwhile if you are trying to sit as close to the stage as possible, and don't mind the slight lack of view. The box office note that rows B to E can also be very noisy if the speakers are often placed here...bring earplugs is the advice! 

Rear Section: Central two blocks rows N to S are worth buying. Row N seats 13 to 38 in these blocks combine good views and extra legroom. The rest of the central blocks offer just average value, try for the front section seats mentioned above first before taking rows T to Z. To be fair to the venue, all rows in the stalls feel relatively close to the stage considering the size of the place, but if all seats are the same price, why not sit as close as possible? 

The two front outer blocks in the middle section offer fair value, with exception of the outermost four seats as again they are mostly outside the proscenium with a poor viewing angle.

Even the rear corner blocks are not terrible - ignoring the outermost four seats once again. Again the architecture allows them all to feel fairly close to the stage and, if not able to see performers faces, at least to see more than just a moving matchstick as in other venues. 

In all blocks, the last rows, particularly AA to CC can offer particular value at a low price for those like Theatremonkey who feel in need of a bargain. Take these before the back of the Dress Circle for the same money, though watch for row FF 36 to 48 which have the sound desk behind and could be a noisy place to sit. The rest of these blocks are also fair value.

A final advantage is that the corners of the rear section are close to the exits and high number seats are near the ladies toilets, low numbers near the Gentlemen's. These are the advantages. Take these seats only if you really, really must. 

Beside the rear outer blocks is a section for wheelchair users on either side of the auditorium. Each has two chair spaces, with two companion seats beside them. These have an acceptable average view, with the advantage of being slightly elevated.

Behind this is space for two rows of 60 people to stand. Arrive early so that you don't have to stand behind the sound desk!

General hazard notes

Seats in the front row may have views blocked by speakers stacked either on the stage front or up the sides.

Seats are not "offset" to see through the gaps ahead as well as they could be - around a quarter rather than half way between.

Sound desk behind row FF seats 36 to 48.

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Readers comments.

"D19 to 21: "Sister Act" (July 2022). An excellent view, close to the action and good(ish) legroom for me. A word of caution for those who are not so vertically enhanced is that the seats almost seem to slope slightly up towards the stage. If you are a smaller person and have someone big in front then your view will be severely compromised. The payoff is the proximity - the stage looked very distant from the back."

"E 1 and 2: "American Idiot" (December 2012). I saw American Idiot at the Hammersmith Apollo theatre 13th December 2012. We were in the stalls Row E Seats 1 & 2. These tickets were not sold as restricted view but they definitely were. The show has a speaker tower at the front of either side of the stage. This blocked not only the rear quarter of the stage but about a third of the stage (front and rear). This ruined the first half of the show as the staging of the show consists of three focal points and one was situated in the area we were unable to see. Plus there is some upper level staging which we were unable to see. We were lucky enough to move to seats E8-9 in the interval and we had an unrestricted view. I would definitely recommend the show but from central seats." 

"K 33: "Kate Bush" (September 2014). (aisle seat) and there is no rake at all anymore in that front section. Plus there was a seat in front of me, which is not on your plan. The rake it seems starts after the gap on row N, though possibly M was a tiny bit higher than the other rows. I think after the referb they had, they must have levelled out the floor then."

"V12: "Sister Act" (July 2022). For the shorter ones amongst us, good line of sight for the entire stage, with good rake and staggering of seats/heads. For the less vertically challenged people, there’s plenty of legroom. Close to exits!"

“Y33 and 34: (Bob Pickett). Don't worry about the distant sounding row, somehow no seat in the Apollo feels that far away.  That said, the performers are starting to get small at this distance.  Comfortable seats, legroom is fine, good line of sight and the rake in this area helps the smaller attendee.”

Called the Circle in this theatre

This overhangs the stalls at row Y.

It is divided into front and rear sections by an aisle (and barrier) in front of row G.

The front section is split into five blocks, the rear into six.

There is a low safety rail at the end of each aisle in the front blocks. The monkey has had no complaints about the view being affected by these.

Average in all seats, up to around 5ft 8 in row A. Those over 5ft 10 or so may find all other seats uncomfortable, alas. A reader found seats in row K behind the stairwell, "excellent, I’ve sat in much worse at 6ft 2, though."

Front Section:   Block 9 rows B to F and the six seats just off the centre aisles in blocks 8 and 10 offer the best value in the circle. The rest of the seats in all blocks are fair value. The distance from the stage means a comfortable viewing angle, but Theatremonkey feels for the same price that the stalls blocks 23 and 24 offer better value for money, being closer to the action. 

Rear Section:  Rows soar towards space with a dizzying rake, a remnant of this theatre's previous life as a cinema. Theatremonkey generally prefers the stalls rear blocks to any of these rear blocks at the same prices. Circle blocks 2, 3, 4 and 5 rows G (if the barrier is not a problem) to N are preferable to the outermost seats in the stalls, though, but in the circle row O back is a long way from the stage so the rest of the seats are a choice between distance, view and comfort. The stalls is closer and more comfortable. The circle has a wider view of the stage. Theatremonkey takes the stalls, accepting both options are not great. 

The outermost four seats in the two corner blocks in the circle 1 and 6 are worth avoiding. Far away in the corners of the theatre the viewing angle is poor and the value worse. As the last seats available take the centre aisle rows L to P then rows G to J before anything else, but prepare for disappointment.

If they are not discounted, the other seats worth avoiding in all blocks are rows X to Z for being closer to Hammersmith Flyover than the stage. Take these last when all other seats have gone unless they are cheaper. 

Standing place tickets will generally be marked "GA" for "General Admission". They are often sold as "Circle Standing", just to be clear, though!

Smaller children may find the sloped wall at the front of the circle a little high to see over if in row A or even B for the smallest. Those over about 5ft tall should be fine. 

The barrier in front of row G may annoy some shorter people.

Row K seats 11 to 13, 24 to 26, and 64 to 66 and row L seats 54 and 55 are behind stairwell walls. These restrict the view for those under five foot seven. Avoid.

"B65: "Kate Bush" (September 2014). Right at the far end and red on your diagram. Keep it red, overall the view was good but part of the stage was obscured by speakers hanging down. I appreciate this is not always going to be the case but if you have the choice (I didn't - only got the ticket last week) why risk it? I wouldn't have expected this to be a problem for a £135 ticket! You do see almost everything ( mostly it was part of the backdrops that were obscured) and if the performance was more fixed towards the front of the stage as more traditional concerts are then it would be a negligible problem. Bear in mind also if the people in front lean forward that's a huge chunk of the stage gone. Leg room was ok but i was on an aisle so I could stretch slightly to the side, not much width though. So whilst Kate and her overall show was fabulous enough to not have these aspects annoy me too much I would not choose this place again. On the plus side, you can see where the money has been spent for the refurbishment of the venue - it looks great!"

"D53 and 54: "Nativity" (December 2017). As a rule I prefer the Circle for musical theatre but, in this venue, the Circle is a VERY LONG WAY BACK. Fine for concerts but, for a musical, way too distant. Plus these were the same (high) price as the Stalls. Great rake however. Will sit in Stalls for another similar production."

"K64: "Kate Bush" (September 2014). Just behind the stairwell. You have it rated red for lack of legroom, but I am 6’2” and legroom was excellent, I’ve sat in much worse. Think same would be true for the two seats next to it, 65 and 66."

"N62: "Nativity" (December 2017). Too far back to see facial expressions, felt a bit isolated from the action back here. It’s just too big of a venue for a musical, definitely needed to be closer."

"O79 and 80: (Robbie). I was quite worried about these (as they are right in the very corner of the circle in a place) I thought the seats were O.K. I could see very clearly. The circle isn't really that far from the stage either, the centre blocks would be better but I think wherever you sit in the circle you will have a good view, as all seats are one higher than the row in front. This means that the person in front of you does not block you from seeing like it would do in Wembley in the flat floor seating."

"S21: "Nativity" (December 2017). A good seat, with a clear view of the stage and plenty of leg room and a bargain for £25. However, it was very high up and might not suit people who suffer with Acrophobia. For people of average height there was plenty of leg room, but those who are taller might find themselves a bit squashed. The seats are well ranked, however it was a long way from the stage and although you could see all the action, you could not really see the faces of the actors very clearly. At this venue there are also insufficient toilets for the gentlemen and queuing was an issue during the interval, especially as there were a lot of young children in the audience."

Total 3341 seats, with 298 standing places are also available, 120 in the stalls, 178 in the Dress Circle, should the box office choose to sell them. When all stalls seats are removed, around 3000 standing places are created, taking venue capacity to about 5000 in total. 

Not air conditioned.

Guide dog sitter available and some signed performances. Wheelchair access is via a fire door and over a small ridge to a 12% ramp into the stalls. One adapted toilet. Theatremonkey rates facilities as "trying very hard to do the best they can" in this venue - rare and praiseworthy in London. 

For more information, and to make bookings, wheelchair users can call 020 8563 3800  for booking and access information and details of any concessionary prices available to them. Please DO NOT use this number for any other enquiries.

No food except ice cream and confectionery / popcorn. A reader notes that hot-dogs are also sometimes available.

Two bars, Stalls and Dress Circle.

Toilets on both stalls and circle levels at the sides and back of the auditorium. 

General price band information

Theatres use "dynamic pricing." Seat prices change according to demand for a particular performance. Prices below were compiled as booking originally opened. Current prices are advised at time of enquiry.

Based on paying FULL PRICE (no discount!) for tickets, site writers and contributing guests have ALSO created the colour-coded plans for "value for money," considering factors like views, comfort and value-for-money compared with other same-priced seats available.

For a full discussion, opinions, reviews, notes, tips, hints and advice on all the seats in this theatre, click on "BEST SEAT ADVICE" (on the left of your screen).

On the plans below: Seats in GREEN many feel may offer either noticeable value, or something to compensate for a problem; for example, being a well-priced restricted view ticket. Any seats coloured LIGHT GREEN are sold at "premium" prices because the show producer thinks they are the best. The monkey says "you are only getting what you pay for" but uses this colour to highlight the ones it feels best at the price, and help everybody else find equally good seats nearby at lower prices.

Seats in WHITE, many feel, provided about what they pay for. Generally unremarkable.

Seats in RED are coloured to draw attention.  Not necessarily to be avoided - maybe nothing specific is wrong with them , other than opinions that there are better seats at the same price. Other times there may be something to consider before buying – perhaps overpricing, obstructed views, less comfort etc.

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The stalls can be removed to provide standing space which will give the venue a capacity of almost 5000 people.

If "all standing" is used, Stalls tickets will generally be marked "GA" for "General Admission".

The Dress Circle is called the "CIRCLE" in this venue.

Please note: The seating plans are not accurate representations of the auditorium. While we try to ensure they are as close to the actual theatre plan as possible we cannot guarantee they are a true representation. Customers with specific requirements are advised to discuss these with the theatre prior to booking to avoid any confusion.

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Nearest underground station.

Hammersmith - District Line (green), Hammersmith and City Line (light purple), Piccadilly Line (dark blue).

The District and Hammersmith and City lines go to one station, the Piccadilly Line to another.

From the District and Hammersmith and City line station , turn left and follow the road to the busy junction. Cross to the big shopping centre ahead of you. Do not walk down the main shopping street - wrong way.

Walk down the side of the shopping centre, past the church, and under the flyover is the venue.

From the Piccadilly Line station , the station comes up in a shopping mall. Turn left and walk to the exit of the mall. The flyover is ahead of you, just cross the road to the venue on the other side of it.

9, 9A, 10, 27, 34, R69, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295, 366, 391, 415 all to the nearby bus station.

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Address Queen Caroline Street London W6 9QH  

Directions:

Eventim Apollo (formerly HMV Hammersmith Apollo) is on Queen Caroline Street, W6, directly opposite the Broadway Shopping Centre. Hammersmith tube and bus stations are within the shopping centre and are wheelchair accessible.

Nearest Tube: Hammersmith (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City lines). The station is wheelchair accessible.

Buses: 9, 10, 27, 33, 419, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295 and 391. Hammersmith bus station is wheelchair accessible.

Taxis: Black cabs available outside the venue

For the latest London travel information visit Transport For London or text TFL to 60835

Parking: The Eventim Apollo does not have any parking spaces and we would advise customers not to drive and park in the surrounding areas due to it being mostly residential areas and car crime being at a current high.

It is possible to drop off directly outside the venue on Queen Caroline street.

The nearest 24-hour car park is located behind the Kings Mall and accommodates 1000 cars. The car park can be entered and cars can be collected at anytime.

Novotel London West, located 3 to 5 minutes walk from the Apollo offers great and secured car park facilities. Up to 240 bays are available on a first come first served basis. Prices are £3.00 an hour or £1.00 an hour if you are staying at the hotel.Read more at https://www.eventimapollo.com/venueinfo#UWQltGDFY4dBg6QM.99.

For information regarding Blue Badge holders' parking please visit the LB Hammersmith & Fulham website.

Book your parking space at near Kingsmall online. Pay via your mobile, no need to visit the pay machine. Click here for more information.

Dial-a-Car 0208 563 8888 / 0207 835 1111


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Halsey recently announced the only UK dates on her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour.

She will perform at London's Eventim Apollo on September 22 and 23.

She'll be joined by British popstar Raye and Finnish popstar Alma. The tour will be in support of the album of the same name which features singles Now or Never, Bad at Love and Alone.

Her London date will take place in Hammersmith at the 5,000 capacity venue Eventim Apollo. The venue has both seated and standing areas with the lower ground stalls being a standing area for the gig.

Upstairs is the circle seating area, so fans wanting to buy a seated ticket may want to check out the seating plan below so they know what tickets to purchase to get the best view.

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In November she finished up the US leg of the tour and recently released single Him & I alongside rapper G-Eazy. Since her 2015 debut she has been nominated for two Grammy Awards and achieved a Billboard 200 number one album.

Find out how to get tickets to her only UK show of 2018 below.

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They'll be available from Ticketmaster here or AXS.com here.

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Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday April 6.

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Tickets are priced at £25.00 - £36.20, plus a booking fee.

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Eventim Apollo London | Best seats, prices & reviews

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The Eventim Apollo, previously called Hammersmith Apollo, is one of the largest live entertainment venues in London. It's located in West London and is one of the most well-preserved theatres in the UK.

Eventim Apollo was designed in the Art Deco style by the renowned theatre architect Robert Cromie who also designed the Prince of Wales Theatre. The 3,487-seat theatre opened its doors to the public on 28th March 1932 as the Gaumont Palace cinema. The theatre featured a majestic fan-shaped auditorium, a 35-foot deep stage, a Compton4Manual/15 Ranks theatre organ, twenty dressing rooms and a café located in the foyer. The venue's name changed to the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962.

It started featuring a number of talented artists like Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles.The Eventim Apollo continues to be one of the best places to see live entertainment and Off-West End shows .

Venue Details

Address : 45 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9QH

Opened : 1981

Seating Capacity : 3,341

Seating Chart : Check out the Eventim Apollo London Seating Plan here .

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Practical Information

Accessible seating.

The entrance to the building has an access ramp or 2 steps up from the street level. The foyer and bars near the entrance on the ground floor are step-free, but there are 30 steps up to the circle bar/foyer. The box office, platforms, and toilets are step-free from the street. All seats in the stalls are also accessible.

Available Facilities

In-house Bar : Eventim Apollo London has several bars selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as snacks.

Coat Check : All bags and belongings will be subject to a security check. Big bags or suitcases are not permitted inside Eventim Apollo London.

Assistive Listening System : The venue has a hearing loop system that covers most of the stalls seats, plus Blocks 8, 9 and 10 in the circle. Individuals can borrow headphones and neck loops for a refundable cash deposit of £5.

Guide Dogs : Eventim Apollo London welcomes Assistance Dogs and the staff will look after them during the performance. If you are bringing an assistance dog, please drop an email to [email protected] in advance.

Washrooms : There are male and female toilets present at the theatre. There are two toilets located at the rear of the stalls that can be used by people with disabilities.

  • There are no parking spaces at the Eventim Apollo, and we advise against trying to park in the surrounding residential areas.
  • The Eventim Apollo has gone cashless to improve customer experience by shortening wait times and reducing staff-to-guest contact.

Getting There

Tube : Hammersmith (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith and City lines). The station is wheelchair accessible.

Bus : 9, 10, 27, 33, 419, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295 and 391. Hammersmith bus station is wheelchair accessible.

Taxis : You will find black cabs outside Eventim Apollo.

Restaurants Near Eventim Apollo London

1. Honest Burgers Hammersmith : As the name suggests, this restaurant is known for its delicious beef burgers and potatoes and they also use honest farming practices to source their food. When you've got a burger joint a mere 1-minute walk away from the theatre, what else could better sort out your dinner plans?

2. The Gate : If you are looking for a vegan restaurant in a relaxed sitting, The Gate is the perfect spot, just one minute away from the theatre!

3. Chez Maiss : Chez Maiss offers a wide variety of delicious wines from every corner of the globe. This stylish bar and grill serves Mediterranean staples, like risotto and shish tawook, plus cocktails. It is just a 2-minute walk from Eventim Apollo London.

Eventim Apollo, London is located on 45 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9QH.

What is the seating capacity of Eventim Apollo London?

Eventim Apollo, London has a seating capacity of 3341.

Does Eventim Apollo London have accessible seating?

Yes. Since Eventim Apollo, London welcomes disabled guests and strives to make the show accessible for everyone, accessible seating is available at the venue.

What are the facilities available at Eventim Apollo London?

Assistive Listening System, bar, cloakroom, guide-dogs, and toilets are some of the facilities available at Eventim Apollo, London.

Which is the nearest tube station to Eventim Apollo London?

Hammersmith (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith and City lines) is the nearest tube station to Eventim Apollo, London.

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The Eventim Apollo is on Queen Caroline Street, W6, directly opposite the Broadway Shopping Centre.

The Eventim Apollo does not have any parking spaces and we would advise all customers not to drive and park in the surrounding areas, due to it being mostly residential. Please also note that theft from cars in the area is high, so again it is advisable not to park in the vicinity of the venue. The nearest 24-hour car park is located behind the Kings Mall and accommodates 176 cars. As the car park is 24-hours it can be entered at any point and cars can be collected anytime. Novotel London West, located 3 to 5 minutes walk from the Apollo offers great and secured car park facilities. Up to 240 bays are available on a first come first served basis. Prices are £3.00 an hour or £1.00 an hour if you are staying at the hotel. For information regarding Blue Badge holders' parking please click the Accessibility tab to the left of this page.

Accessibility

Access requirements.

  • 30 steps from the main entrance to the circle foyer
  • 10 steps from the circle foyer to circle auditorium entrance
  • 12 steps from circle auditorium entrance Row F to A
  • 39 steps from circle auditorium entrance Row G to Z and rear circle standing

Viewing Platforms

Disabled access toilet, sound amplification, parking in the borough of hammersmith & fulham.

  • Park where there are loading restrictions . These are shown by yellow markings on the kerbstones. Signs nearby will tell you when a restriction applies.
  • Park across a dropped kerb . These are used by prams, wheelchairs and other pedestrians. Blocking them can cause serious difficulties to these people when they try to cross the road.
  • Park in front of a crossover . This is an access crossing for vehicles to drive off the road onto private land.
  • Park in a bay marked for other special users – for example Doctor’s bay, Market Traders bay, Motorcycle bay or Goods Vehicles only.

Disabled Bay Locations Within Hammersmith & Fulham Council

  • Margravine Road (side of road: north-east) from a point 0.36 metres north-west of a point opposite the common boundary of Nos. 5 and 7 Margravine Road
  • Lochaline Street (side of road: north-west) from the common boundary of Nos. 8 and 10 Lochaline Street
  • Yeldham Road (side of road: south-east) the party wall of Nos. 64 and 66 Yeldham Road
  • Biscay Road (side of road: north-east) the party wall of numbers 69 and 71 Biscay Road, south-westward

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