Hammersmith Apollo, currently titled the Eventim Apollo, is a grade II listed building and event venue that opened in 1932. It is famous for being the location for David Bowie’s final live concert as Ziggy Stardust in 1973 and has seen the biggest names in music perform on its stage over the last five decades. It is also the current location for, the comedy TV Show, Live at The Apollo.
There is no designated parking at the Hammersmith Apollo and much of the on street parking in the area is reserved for residential parking. Therefore, it is best to pre-book your parking space and will often be considerably easier to find and cheaper than alternative parking options. The nearest station to the Eventim Apollo is Hammersmith Underground, roughly a 5-minute walk, and is on the Hammersmith & City, District, Circle, and Piccadilly Lines. This provides access to virtually every part of London.
Hammersmith is an incredibly vibrant part of London with a great variety of activities, attractions restaurants and shops. Hammersmith Famers Market is a fantastic place to grab some quality street food, while the Lyric Hammersmith is another great venue for theatre and music. The William Morris Society and Emery Walker Trusts are well worth visiting during the day perhaps before an event at the Eventim Apollo.
Postcode for satnav: W6 9QH