Opened in 1903, the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire is one of the most popular venues in London today. The spot has a richб over a hundred year history. Initially, it served as a theatre. But, in the period from the 1950s to 1990s, BBS produced a range of great TV-shows in the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire. After that, the building became a live music arena. The number of wonderful performances that took place there is astonishing! The Rolling Stones
, Sex Pistols, Johnny Cash, Oasis, Blur and The Cure
– is only a short list of artists who’s made the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire a legendary place.
You can pick any convenient transport mode if you want to get to the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.
By train and tube: You can get there overground by taking a train heading to Shepherd’s Bush station on Uxbridge Road every 15-30 minutes.
Three tube lines are available for you if you want to get to the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire. They are the Central line (Shepherd’s Bush Central Station), Hammersmith line and the City line (both will lead you to Shepherd’s Bush Market Station).
By car: You can drive to the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire along Goldhawk Road, Holland Park Ave, Wood Lane, Uxbridge Road, and several others. Don’t forget to check the map to turn the right way.
International: You can take a black cab from any airport of London. Remember that all of them are wheeled-chair available. Or, you can get a minicab and save some money, if you pre-book.
If you arrive at Heathrow and want to go by tube, you’ll have to switch lines, because only the Piccadilly line is available there.
The venue offers its clients a good deal by charging only £3 at Westfield London on Ariel Way, W12, between 6 pm and midnight. This parking has Blue Badge spaces as well. Besides, disabled parking is also available at a bay on Pennard Road.
Access for people with special needs
The ramp is available. There are wheelchair spaces in the building. Besides, it is permitted to take a guide dog. Note that you will get anything you need, from assistance at the entrance to Braille printed materials if you notice the box office beforehand.