Since the Bush Hall was built in 1904, it played a role of a dance hall, rehearsal space, snooker and social club. Later on, it became a trending venue, hosting performers like Adele
, Amy Winehouse, Alanis Morisette and many others. Modern Bush Hall has a 350 people seating capacity and is located on Uxbridge Road in London. Nowadays, the venue’s great acoustic and unique character make it a perfect place for live music events, shows, conferences, corporate events and weddings.
The location of the Bush Hall is very convenient and easily accessible by any transport you choose.
By train and tube: if you are travelling by tube, the nearest station would be Shepherd’s Bush Market on Hammersmith & City Line (five-minute walk to the Hall) or Shepherd’s Bush on the Central Line (fifteen minutes walk). In fact, if you are travelling by train, the latter station would be also the closest one to the venue.
By car: The Hall is located in half a kilometer from the A40 and the Shepherd’s Bush Roundabout. Your route will depend on your departure point, though.
International: when travelling from Heathrow Airport, take the Piccadilly Line and make a switch to the Circle at Hammersmith Station. Get off at the Shepherd’s Bush Market Station and walk for five minutes to the venue.
The Bush Hall does not have its own parking for the guests. The Blue Badge Holders will we able to park on Arminger Rd., which is adjacent to the venue.
Access for people with special needs
The Bush Hall boasts level access to the hall and accessible toilets. In addition to that, all the companions and personal assistants of people with disabilities can visit the performances free of charge. For your convenience, the viewing area to the side of the stage can be arranged upon request.