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Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF
Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF
Year opened: 1910
Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs
Oct 8, 2016
Judy Garland in Concert
Oct 15, 2016
A Conversation on Making a Murderer
Oct 23, 2016
Broadway In Concert
Nov 17, 2016
Opens Dec 09
October 8, 2016
After spending a few years across the pond reprising his role as Cabaret's devilish Emcee, actor, singer and Scottish national treasure Alan Cumming brings you his sappy songs. Taking the form of a simple musical revue, this one off concert will see Cumming taking love songs by the likes of Annie Lennox and Cole Porter, and bring their raw, bruised emotional core right to the surface.
October 15, 2016
October marks the 50th anniversary of the famous concert starring Hollywood ingenue Judy Garland. In this highly anticipated multi-media concert, you will hear Garland perform her greatest hits such as Over The Rainbow and Come Rain or Shine through archive footage, but accompanied by the London Palladium's fabulous live orchestra. Learn more about the woman behind the pixie-like exterior, from her great triumphs through to her lowest points, ultimately culminating in a recreation of her 1966 concert with her daughter Liza Minnelli.
October 23, 2016
2015's Netflix show Making A Murderer was essential viewing. Two of most compelling characters to emerge from the show were Steven Avery's defense lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry Buting. After an extensive tour of the US, the duo are bringing their moderated discussion to London. Expect an illuminating evening in which they'll talk about Avery's case, and the American Justice System as a whole.
November 17, 2016
The Novello Orchestra once again presents its hit concert celebrating the biggest shows of both Broadway AND the West End, joined by a host of West End theatre stars including Lee Mead, Kerry Ellis, Sophie Evans and Ben Forster. Featuring a plethora of tunes from the likes of Phantom, Les Miserables and Wicked, this dream team of British musical theatre is set to light up the Palladium stage this coming November, for one night only! The show's transfer follows a sell-out run at the Welsh Millennium Centre in 2015 that celebrated the venue's 10th anniversary.
December 9, 2016-January 15, 2017
The London Palladium has in recent years been the home of many top flight West End shows, and this Christmas will play host to its first full-scale pantomime in 30 years! Cinderella will be making her dazzling way to the theatre this Christmas, reinstating the venue's status as London's biggest panto stage! Produced by Qdos Entertainment, this is the ultimate tale of rags to riches that the whole family will enjoy, with direction by Michael Harrison and Andrew Wright.
One of London's most famous theatres, the London Palladium, is West End theatre located on Argyll Street, and since 1960 has been a Grade II listed building. The venue started out as a host for variety events and pantomimes, and has gone on to stage a wide variety of events each year. The theatre has been host to the Royal Variety Performance for 40 years. Really Useful Theatres took over the ownership of the venue in 2000.
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