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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Venue Details & Map
310 Uxbridge RoadUxbridgeLondonW12 7LJ
- +44 20 8222 6955
Beautiful little venue with a small stage, came for a seated gig. From the outside it doesn't look like much but inside it's high ceilings with chandeliers, ornate white walls and beautiful lighting. Charming main room. There's a bar downstairs and upstairs. It's basic drinks... Y'know like, soft drinks are served from cheap 2L bottles in small plastic cups. Upstairs is quaint with a view of...more
Always seem to end up at this random venue in a most random part of
Town with the most random usually indie band. But I like it. Strangely small bar as you enter but again I like it. Even met Jarvis Cocker there propped up at bat one time. Beautiful gig setting.more
I came here last night to see Chelsea Wolfe and Dylan Carlson. I'll start off by saying that this venue is NOT at all equipped to cope with sold out shows. The area for the bar is very, very small and it was a tight squeeze, with a long wait, to get a drink. The addition of merch stands made it much worse. The venue is definitely not used to seeing this volume of people through its doors, as...more
Bush Hall is one of London's best kept secrets. Having said that, almost every event I've attended here was sold out. Most recently their fabulous NYE extravaganza courtesy of White Mischief. Not usually a fan of organised New Year's parties, which can be sad affairs with little value for money, I didn't need much persuading simply because I trust the venue.
OK, they crammed in slightly...more
I booked tickets to see Kishi Bashi (a favourite of mine) months in advance without ever looking at the location. So when it was time for the show, I finally saw where we are going.
"Bush Hall? Where the hell is Bush Hall?"
Turns out it's in West London and it is well, well, well worth the trip! The venue is one giant ballroom elegantly placed out of time, with ornate white ceilings,...more