Exactly 20 years after the release of his Number One self-titled debut solo album, one of the best-loved singers of our generation, Ronan Keating, returns with an 'Twenty Twenty', an album that encapsulates his many musical achievements since the millennium. Accompanying the new album is a highly anticipated tour.
This show was rescheduled from 26th February 2021.
The Damned original line-up will reunite for a UK tour in 2021. Founding members Dave Vanian, Rat Scabies, Captain Sensible and Brian James will play four shows in July 2021.
Poet; Rock Star; TV & Radio Presenter; Comedian; Social & Cultural commentator alongside Special Guests
This show has been rescheduled to 20th May 2021.
Jack Savoretti returns with a wonderful new album that arrives complete with its own genre, Europiana. Put on your dancing shoes for the funky first single, the disco fuelled ‘Who’s Hurting Who’, featuring Nile Rodgers. To celebrate, Jack has announced a 12 date UK tour in Spring 2022.
Acapella pop group Pentatonix bring their 2020 World Tour to Eventim Apollo on 4 April 2020.
Irish comedy, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato... you racist. Sold-out Fringe 2009-2018. Over 100 million hits on YouTube. Foil, Arms and Hog head out on tour in February 2020 with their brand new show, Swines.
This show has been rescheduled to 11th November.
The Award-Winning Brendan O’Carroll and Mrs. Brown’s Boys are returning to theatres and arenas across the UK in 2020 with ‘Mrs Brown D’Live Show…Encore Tour.’ Bringing the Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Musical? production back next year they will perform in some venues and cities that they haven’t played in for many...
The Award-Winning Brendan O’Carroll and Mrs. Brown’s Boys have announced that the ‘Mrs Brown D’Live Show…Encore Tour’ will now take place in June and July 2022 with all tickets remaining valid for the rescheduled dates.
We are celebrating 10 years of the Kings Hill Music Festival! We have an awesome line up of bands and musicians to entertain you!
His first tour in years promises to be packed with MORE jokes, MORE comedy anecdotes and MORE inappropriate and arguably disturbing paintings, all in the hope of answering the age-old question: How do you Lycett? How do you Lycett?
This show was rescheduled from 8th May.