Billy Bragg is returning to the stage to mark Woody Guthrie's 100th birthday. Billy will be exploring the folk hero's legacy alongside singer-songwriter Joe Henry and the indie star Grace Petrie.
Queen Elizabeth Hall is part of the Southbank Centre complex on the south bank of the Thames. Don’t be put off by the rather brutal concrete exterior, as its eclectic mix of performances feature classical, avant-garde music, world music and dance shows. It seats around 900 people.
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Billy Bragg at Hammersmith Apollo – 1st May 2014 Billy Bragg returned to the spotlight with his acclaimed album “Tooth & Nail” — his first new studio album in five years. Now you can catch him when he plays the Hammersmith Apollo in May.
And here are some other events at Queen Elizabeth Hall…
Charles Dickens — “A Christmas Carol” – 15th December 2013 This year marks the 170th anniversary of the Charles Dickens’ classic novel, and what better way to celebrate than a celebrity reading?
Greg Davies: The Back Of My Mum’s Head – 16th to 20th December 2013 You’ll recognise him as Mr Gilbert from “The Inbetweeners”, and his stints on “Have I Got News for You”, “Live at The Apollo” and “We are Klang”, but now you can see Greg Davies doing what he does best — a solo stand-up show at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
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