Bush Hall is an independent live music and events venue in West London with a rock 'n' roll history.
Originally built in 1904 and used as a dance hall through the roaring 20s, Bush Hall was a soup kitchen in WWII; a bingo hall and rehearsal space for the likes of The Who, Adam Faith and Cliff Richard in the 1950s and 60s; and a snooker and social club in the 1980s and 90s.
It was restored to its former glory in 2001 by present owners Charlie Raworth & Emma Hutchinson.
Today, Bush Hall's unique character and incredible acoustics makes it the perfect venue for everything from live music gigs and cabaret shows to wedding receptions, product launches and film shoots.
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310 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7LJ
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310 Uxbridge RoadLondonW12 7LJ
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OK so this is really a review for the Lost Lectures and one for Bush Hall
First things first, when you come out of the tube at Shepherds Bush Market take a left, if you go right and head towards the signposted Bush Theatre you may be walking a little while! Of course I would never make such a mistake!
The venue; small and has a little intimate mini wedding reception, 20s ballroom charm about...more
Great little venue for seeing live acts, ony thing is that it can be soooo hot! Making it a bit uncomfortable. Although they do have a great upstairs balcony with an outside bit. Perfect for cooling down whilst still listening to the music. Chairs remind me of an 80's wedding reception, bit too close together too. Otherwise a fantastic intimate venue, if you get the chance to see a live act...more
I've only been here the once, but I found it to be a nice sized venue, small enough to be intimate, but big enough to allow you to still have some personal space lol gorgeous inside, a hidden gem... Just waiting for one of my favourite bands to choose this venue to play at again, so, I can go back :-)more
It's oh so simples.
Modest sized hall + delightfully ornate decor + chandeliers + decent loos + up and coming performers and returning greats + good bar service + not too busy = my new favourite gig venue in London?
From outside I was like "Damn, is this some kind of west London dive bar?" Once inside I was like"Ahhhhhhhh, nice!"
This place is definitely a hall, yet is exudes a certain decadence with its ornate ceilings and beautifully lit chandeliers. Deceptively large, there were at least 250 people seated ready to watch a burlesque master class that suited the venue perfectly. With an easy to drink...more