The Hammersmith Apollo opened in 1932 as an art-deco cinema and continued to screen films until 1984. It also had a stage for live performances and played host to many legendary acts over the years including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley. It now hosts gigs for all the big bands, singers and comedians on tour today.
The venue can hold 5,039 standing and 3,039 seated. There are 3 licensed bars on site and the building is air conditioned. There is an access ramp at the main entrance and 2 spaces for wheelchair users in the auditorium. An adapted toilet can be found at the back of the Stalls. There is a hearing loop system which covers rows J-R in the Stalls as well as blocks 8, 9 and 10 in the Circle.
The nearest tube station is Hammersmith (200m); just follow the signs through Broadway Shopping Centre. There is a limited amount of on-street parking to be found near the theatre.
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