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O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
Shepherd's Bush Green
- 0870 7712000
The acoustics in this venue are amazing. If this review was on acoustics and charm and the feel of this venue, I'd award all five stars but unfortunately, this review is about the experience as a whole. So, here we go.
I've been to two shows at Shepherd's Bush Empire, Rascal Flatts and Darius Rucker. For the former, I was not an O2 customer, therefore had to join the gigantic level 1, 2, and...more
Somehow, despite frequenting the Shepherds Bush area quite, err, frequently, I never noticed this place until I saw my first gig here (first gig in London, even! Whoo hoo look at me - I'm so hip!). Saw Clean Bandit here on May 9, 2014. The venue is alright, nothing to write home about. It's kind of grody and dark - the kind of place in which you'd expect to come across cobwebs, dust, and...more
Who wouldn't know O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, right?
Well, in case you would not:
O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire is a fairly large 'used-to-be-theatre-turned-gig-venue' in (surprise surprise) Shepherd's Bush. The sound is great, experience positive. Downstairs is usually standing area (unless deliberately filled with seats) and balconies on two levels reserved for seating.
Drinks are served in...more
Really beautiful and old theater with some really great bands coming through. I went to a show on a wednesday and it was perfect, not that many people were there and I learned the valuable lesson what "stalls" meant seats.
They're sticklers with tickets people, and the front area is seating so if you're standing, you are in the back by the bar. They don't take card below £10 so keep some...more
She Bu (shay boo) was the very first music venue I visited after moving to London (to see Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros).
At the time, I was bowled over -- the grand theatre feel of balconies, plush red velour seats and carpets and the intricately carved ceilings and archways. This was a far cry from the dumpy, box-shaped and black-interior bars I was used to seeing live shows at in...more