Eventim Apollo Hammersmith

Eventim Apollo Hammersmith London

Venue Information

Eventim Apollo
Address: 2 Queen Caroline Street, London, W6 9QH
Nearest Underground or Train Station: Hammersmith (District, Piccadilly, Circle, Hammersmith & City)
Nearest Buses: 190, 211, 290, 295, N11, N33, 72, N72, 533, N97

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What's on at the Eventim Apollo?

Frequently Asked Questions

What's on at the Eventim Apollo?
Sister Act is a current production at the Eventim Apollo. The latest booking period for Sister Act at the Eventim Apollo started 19 July 2022 and runs until 28 August 2022. Tickets for Sister Act start at £30 and are available to book now
How do I get to the Eventim Apollo?
Public transport is recommended to travel to the Eventim Apollo.  The nearest underground or train stations are Hammersmith (District, Piccadilly, Circle, Hammersmith & City). If arriving by bus, then the nearest bus lines are 190, 211, 290, 295, N11, N33, 72, N72, 533, N97.  For directions to the Eventim Apollo see our Google Maps directions or Apple Maps directions.
Is there a dress code at the Eventim Apollo?
There is no specific dress code at the Eventim Apollo, with most people just wearing their everyday clothes.
What is the Accessibility at the Eventim Apollo?
Eventim Apollo accessibility information
Access email: info@eventimapollo.com
Access details: There is an access ramp at the front entrance of the building, or 2 steps from the street into the venue. The foyer and bars on the ground floor near the entrance are step free, whereas there are 30 steps up to the circle bar/foyer. Box Office, accessible platforms and toilets and all stalls seats are also completely step-free from the street. Steps: There are30 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
Sound: Hearing loop available
Toilets: There are two accessible toilets located at the rear of the stalls
Seats: 2 accessible platforms in the stalls, each accommodates up to 8 access ticket holders plus their companions.

Eventim Apollo Facts

What date did the Eventim Apollo open?

28 March 1932

Who designed the Eventim Apollo?

Robert Cromie

What was the first production at the Eventim Apollo?

“A Night Like This” and "Bad Company".


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Theatre History

Eventim Apollo was originally called the Hammersmith Apollo.

The venue opened on 28 March 1932 as the Gaumont Palace cinema, a huge cinema to capture the mass audiences going to the movies in the 1930’s, similar to the building of the Dominion Theatre and Apollo Victoria Theatre.

The Apollo Hammersmith was designed in the Art Deco style by theatre architect Robert Cromie, who also designed the Prince of Wales Theatre in the West End.

It originally had a massive 3,487 seats and the opening was Tom Walls “A Night Like This” and Helen Twelvetrees in “Bad Company”.

The venue was renamed the Hammersmith Odeon in 1962, and played host to many legendary acts including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley. It has been a home to major concerts, comedy, musicals and performances ever since.

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