Home to world-famous venues such as the O2 Academy Brixton and the Hammersmith Apollo, there is always a show to watch or a band to see in this vibrant corner of London.
From the funniest comedians to the hottest musicians, we run you through the best events coming up in south west London this month.
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Van Morrison – Hammersmith Apollo – November 12
After a career spanning almost 60 years, Belfast-born Van Morrison stands alongside the modern musical greats of his time.
More than 35 studio albums and a plethora of awards and accolades – a knighthood, a Brit, an OBE, an Ivor Novello, 6 Grammys, honourary doctorates from Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Ulster, entry into The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame and the French Ordres Des Artes Et Des Lettres – attests to the international reach of Van’s musical art.
Greg Davies – Hammersmith Apollo – November 15-18
Quite literally one of Brtain’s biggest comedians, the 6ft8in star of the ‘Inbetweeners’, ‘Cuckoo’ and ‘Man Down’ is heading to Hammersmith Apollo for a four-date stint during ‘Magnificent Beast,’ his biggest tour yet.
On his first tour in four years, Davies has continued to make his name as a comedy actor and game show panellist of some renown, featuring across a range of shows.
Blondie – 02 Academy Brixton – November 16
Having just released their 11th studio album ‘Pollinator’ inconic new wave band Blondie have embarked on yet another UK-wide sell-out tour.
Combining new material with old classics, the New York-based six-piece are still delivering stadium shows 33 years after first forming.
With Debbie Harry still leading the line, Blondie are a must-see for any fan wanting an evening of nostalgia.
Marika Hackman – Shepherd’s Bush Empire – November 23
Rapidly transforming into one of the UK’s finest musical exports following a recent sold-out headline tour, Marika Hackman will be showcasing material from her latest album ‘I’m Not Your Man.’
Dealing with themes ranging from femininity to sexual identity and the perils of youth, the outspoken Londoner has one of the most distinctive voices in the industry and her latest appearance at Shepherd’s Bush Empire is surely just the next stop on the road to superstardom.
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