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The Irish dance phenomenon that is Michael Flatley is back to thrill audiences for one final limited season, before hanging up his tap shoes for good! This brand-new production, dubbed Dangerous Games will also feature special appearances by ex-Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle as part of the show. A must-watch for Celtic dance and Girls Aloud fans alike, this will be one way for Flatley to bow out after a stratospheric career on the stage.
4 Nov 2014
Jeff Tweedy is a dynamic singer-songwriter, musician and poet who has been a founding member of two of the biggest bands in alternative country rock, Uncle Tupelo and Wilco. He's also a music artist in his own right, with his debut solo studio album due out in September 2014.
From 3 Dec 2014
One of the world's best-loved musicals will be leaping its way into the London Palladium for a limited 12-week engagement starring Nicole Scherzinger - perfect for the Christmas holidays! First staged in 1981 at the New London Theatre, there it entertained audiences for 21 YEARS, winning the 1981 Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for Best Musical. Its Broadway sister production garnered SEVEN Tony Awards in 1983. Recently it has been seen touring the UK's regional theatres, but finally comes home to the West End. A must-see for dance and musical fans!
24 May 2015
Torchwood and Arrow star John Barrowman is taking his new album on tour around the UK. "You Raise Me Up" is the latest album by the Glasgow-born star, and this tour is his first in four years. Expect swing, jazz and ballads from this all-round entertainer!
7 Nov 2014
Damien Rice is coming to the London Palladium for ONE NIGHT ONLY this November! The announcement comes hot on the heels of his new album My Favourite Faded Fantasy, his first in eight years, which he will be performing at this very special gig. This will be his first record since 2006's 9, and in early September Rice officially revealed details of the release, after premiering the title track on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show, with "I Don't Want to Change You" being the first official single release. This is a hot ticket to see, so make sure that you don't miss out! More infoBuy tickets
16 Nov 2014
The swingin' Sixties are coming back to London for one special night at the Palladium! Featuring all your favourite bands from the time period including The Searchers, Spencer Davis, P.J. Proby, The Pacemakers, The Fortunes, Brian Poole and Chip Hawkes! Currently touring the UK, this concert has receive popular acclaim - so what are you waiting for?! This will make a perfect present for young and young at heart alike. More infoBuy tickets
25 Jan 2015
The English born singer-songwriter and musician Matt Goss returns home for an exclusive one off show on 25th January 2015! Transported from the world famous Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to the equally renowned London Palladium, this smash hit show is a two hour spectacular featuring a talented nine-piece backing band, horn section and burlesque dancers. More infoBuy tickets
2 Feb 2015
Join Sharleen Spiteri and Texas as they take to the road, coming to the London Palladium on 2 May 2015 for one night only! Celebrating a prolific 25 year career with an intimate performance of their greatest hits including 'I Don't Want a Lover' and 'Say What You Want', Sharleen and the band will also regale the audience with tales from the band's past. More infoBuy tickets
8 Feb 2015
With their impressive collection of show tunes and musical theatre classics, Britain's Got Talent 2014 winners Collabro take to the road, coming to the London Palladium on 8 February 2015. Winning the hearts and votes of the audience and judges alike, the quintet's contemporary take breathes new life into their covers of hits including 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow', 'Come What May' and of course, the song that started it all, 'Stars' from Les Miserables. More infoBuy tickets
From 20 Mar 2015
Old Blue Eyes fans are in for a real treat in Spring 2015. In what would have been Sinatra's centenary year, Richard Shelton will don the skinny tie and fedora hat to pay an extraordinary tribute to the Rat Pack star at the London Palladium - fittingly the venue where Sinatra made his British singing debut in 1950. More infoBuy tickets
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