Deacon Blue's To Be Here Someday Tour is coming to London in November to celebrate thirty years together.
For a band that's been together for three decades they're certainly still churning out the music. The last five years have seen them release three brand-new albums including Believers, which proved to be their most successful album for 23 years.
You can see them when they play the Hammersmith Apollo in November.
Deacon Blue’s previous concerts in London were at Roundhouse and Royal Albert Hall.
Guest – “Went to see Mc Fly. Was v excited but they didn't come on for 2 hours and the music was so loud that I had to leave after 2 of their songs. My ears are still ringing- what s the point of making I so unbearable. If it wasn't for that it would av been fabulous.”
alfamale – “Recently went to 02 for the first time - dreadful place. A heavy gig, they had sniffer dogs everywhere, offered ear plugs, everything very cold and sterile and distant. Have been to the Appollo many times over the years and it has always been my favourite place for gigs; a good size, relatively intimate and comfortable and not sterile like the 02 is. If you want food, go into Hammmersmith before or after gig, they have most things from the Gate down.”
Roger Taylor’s Queen Extravaganza – 22 Nov 2018 – Roger Taylor's Queen Extravaganza (a Queen tribute band) will be playing one night at the Hammersmith Apollo
Sarah Millican is a Control Enthusiast – 23 to 24 Nov 2018 – Sarah Millican will be coming to the Eventim Apollo in November to tell us all about her life as a 'Control Enthusiast'.
The Human League, at the Eventim Apollo – 8 Dec 2018 – 1980s pop band The Human League will be playing one night at the Hammersmith Apollo in December.
Nativity! The Musical — based on the hit movies – 19 to 31 Dec 2018 – The smash-hit 'Nativity' movies have been turned into a comedy musical, fun for all the family this Christmas.
Shame — at the O2 Forum Kentish Town – 30 Nov 2018 – Punk band Shame are playing one night at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town to support their album 'Songs Of Praise'.
If you enjoy Eventim Apollo then you might like to visit O2 Academy Brixton (catch the train from Hammersmith to O2 Academy Brixton), O2 Arena (catch the train from Hammersmith to O2 Arena), O2 Academy Islington (catch the train from Hammersmith to O2 Academy Islington), O2 Empire Shepherd’s Bush (walk it in 18 mins or catch the tube from Hammersmith to O2 Empire Shepherd’s Bush) and Roundhouse (catch the train from Hammersmith to Roundhouse)
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans