Rufus Wainwright has been hailed by Elton John as "the greatest songwriter on the planet" and hails from a vert musical family -- his parents are the folk-singing Kate McGarrigle and Loudon Wainwright III, whilst his sister Martha has found equal success in the pop charts.
The Hammersmith Apollo is one of London’s major entertainment venues, attracting some of the world’s best acts. The Grade II listed building can seat between 3,500 and 5,000 people, depending on whether the seats have been removed from the standing section.
MOGON – “good if you dont like the really big places like the O2 because its under 10000 people. and the best thing is that the floor is sloped so if you're a midget you can be at the back and still have an okay view and not have to pe… more”
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Lana Del Rey at Hammersmith Apollo – 19th to 20th May 2013 Lana Del Rey could have stepped straight out of the 60s with her big hair and talk-of-the-town lips, and this is your chance to see her when she returns to the UK for a string of live dates. Lana’s debut album “Born To Die” sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide, and has recently been released in a special “Paradise” edition.
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Micky Flanagan: Back In The Game – 24th to 25th May 2013 Micky Flanagan is bringing his “Back in the Game” tour to the Hammersmith Apollo. Using his East End background and Cockney wit, Micky will tell a tale of his working class childhood, where alphabetti spaghetti was a luxury.
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