Venue InformationThe Eventim Apollo, formerly the Hammersmith Apollo, is one of London’s major live entertainment venues. It is located in Hammersmith, West London and is one of the UK’s largest and best-preserved original theatres.
Designed by Robert Cromie in Art Deco style, the venue opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace Cinema, being renamed the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962. It became a Grade II listed building in 1990. The fully restored Compton organ, used in its cinema days in the 1930s, is still found at the Eventim Apollo which has also become a favourite place for massive live comedy shows.
Highlights from the Eventim Apollo's glittering history include 38 Beatles gigs from 1964-1965, David Bowie's last gig as Ziggy Stardust in 1973 and several concerts by Queen in the late 1970's.The venue has also starred in various music DVDs from the likes of Robbie Williams, Kylie Minogue and Kings Of Leon.
Aside from music the Eventim Apollo hosts a top-notch line-up of comedy, dance and kids shows from the biggest and best names in the business, from Riverdance to Russell Brand to SpongeBob SquarePants. It is also the eponymous venue in the BBC stand-up comedy series Live at the Apollo.
With a mixed standing and seated capacity of over 3,500, and 5,000 for all standing, the Eventim Apollo remains one of London’s legendary venues. Eventim is the official ticket retailer for the venue.
The seating plan for the Eventim Apollo can be viewed here.
Box OfficeThe Eventim Apollo box office is open from 4pm on performance days. The box office is not open on non-performance days.
Please note: All venue box office transactions are subject to a booking fee.
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Address: Eventim Apollo
45 Queen Caroline Street,
London UndergroundThe nearest tube station is Hammersmith (Piccadilly, District and Hammersmith & City lines). The station is wheelchair accessible.
BusThe Eventim Apollo is near bus routes 9, 10, 27, 33, 419, 72, H91, 190, 211, 220, 267, 283, 295 and 391. Hammersmith bus station is wheelchair accessible.
TaxiBlack cabs are available outside the venue. The venue also recommends using Dial-a-Car, which can be booked over the phone on: 020 8563 8888 / 020 7835 1111
For the latest London travel information, visit Transport For London or text TFL to 60835.
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.
Access RequirementsFor access requirements, please call 020 8563 3800 and choose option 2. Alternatively you can email email@example.com for more information.
The line is open from 10am – 5pm and operates Monday to Friday. Please note that no other query can be dealt with on this number.
Alternatively, anyone coming in person when the box office is open can still buy wheelchair and ambulant tickets in the usual way.
StepsThere is an access ramp at the front entrance of the building, or two steps from the street into the venue. The foyer and bar area into the auditorium is step free. The circle seating area is only accessible via steps .Unfortunately there is no lift to the circle area.
- 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 PlatformsThe two access viewing platforms are located either side of the stalls seating and start approximately from Row X in the stalls. Each platform can accommodate four access customers and four personal assistants per performance. At the furthest point, the access ramps are 30 meters from the stage.
Disabled Access ToiletThis is located at the rear of the stalls, by the wheelchair access seating ramp. The Disabled Access toilet has been fitted with a RADAR lock; please bring your key with you to access the toilet. If you do not own a RADAR key, please ask the staff member who is assigned to the Disabled Access ramps for the key.
Sound AmplificationThe venue has a hearing loop system that covers rows J-R in the Stalls, plus blocks 8, 9 and 10 in the Circle. Amplification headphones and neck loops are available for a refundable deposit of £5. Please speak to Box Office staff upon arrival to collect a unit.
Guide DogsGuide dogs are welcome into the venue and our staff are happy to look after them during the performance. If you are bringing a guide dog, please call 020 8563 3800 to inform the venue in advance.
BarsThere are four bars in the stalls entrance. There are no steps from these bars to the stalls auditorium.
London UndergroundThe nearest tube station is Hammersmith, on the District and Piccadilly lines. The tube station is located in the Broadway Shopping Centre across the road from the venue and is wheelchair accessible. The Hammersmith and City line tube station is also nearby.
BusHammersmith Bus Station is also inside the Broadway Shopping Centre and is wheelchair accessible.
ParkingThe theatre does not have any parking spaces, but it is possible to drop off guests directly outside the venue on Queen Caroline Street. There are a limited number of on-street parking spaces near the venue. The nearest car park is on King Street in Hammersmith. If you need information on parking with your blue badge in Hammersmith, please click here.
Parking in the Borough of Hammersmith & FulhamHammersmith & Fulham Council is a dedicated participant in the European Blue Badge Scheme. As long as you display your badge and clock correctly, you can park in any shared use bay in the borough free of charge. This applies to all badge holders, not just borough residents.
There are also a number of Disabled Use bays in the borough, which any Blue Badge holder can park in. Blue Badge holders can also park on a single yellow line for up to 3 hours.
Please remember, you must display both your badge and clock to park in Disabled Use bays or on single yellow lines.
A Blue Badge does not entitle the holder to:
- 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
AssistanceOn the evening of an event, we advise disabled customers to arrive at the venue 15 minutes prior to the doors opening for early entrance. When you arrive, staff will be available to assist you if required.
Please make yourself known to the Box Office on arrival.