Seating plan and seat views
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Explore the venue
Find out more about the Eventim Apollo’s bars, toilets and seating in our detailed guide on what to expect when you arrive.
Map and directions
Whether it is by tube, car, train or on foot, discover essential travel information on how to get to the Eventim Apollo.
Plan your visit
The time that doors open at the Eventim Apollo differs for each show. Expect doors to open around 60-90 minutes before the show is due to start.
There is no dress code at the Eventim Apollo. Ticket holders should wear attire that is comfortable and appropriate for the occasion.
Yes, there is air conditioning at the Eventim Apollo.
Yes, there is a cloakroom at the Eventim Apollo. Patrons should avoid bringing large bags and suitcases to the venue as the cloakroom is unable to store them. Checked items, such as coats, cost £2 per item. The cloakroom opens when the doors to the venue open and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Eventim Apollo has introduced a strict clear bag policy for all ticket-holders. Ticket holders should only bring one reasonably-sized, see-through bag with them to the venue. This enables security staff to complete a contact-free screening of bags and tickets upon entry to the venue.
There are several bars in the Eventim Apollo serving a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, snacks and ice cream. All bars at the venue are cashless to reduce waiting times for customers.
The Eventim Apollo is located in the Hammersmith area of London, which has a wide range of independent and chain restaurants to grab a bite to eat before the show. Hammersmith Broadway is just across the road from the Eventim Apollo and you can take your pick from chains like McDonald's, Wasabi and Pret a Manger. Alternatively, The Gate, which is less than a five-minute walk from the venue is the perfect spot for those looking for some tasty vegetarian and vegan options.
The Eventim Apollo is well located for nearby hotels for all budgets. The Premier Inn London Hammersmith offers affordable rooms and is just a 15-minute walk from the venue. The four-star Novotel West London is less than a 10-minute walk away
The Eventim Apollo, formerly the Hammersmith Apollo, was built in 1932 by architect Robert Cromie. The Art Deco-style building still houses the original pipe organ that was installed when the venue first opened and was painstakingly restored to its original glory in 2007. Over the years the venue has hosted concerts by major music stars including The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen and Ella Fitzgerald.
Help booking tickets
Ticket collection is available at the box office on the day of your performance. We recommend patrons arrive as early as possible to avoid queues and allow enough time to enter the auditorium. Please ensure you bring your confirmation email and a form of ID.
The Eventim Apollo box office opens at 4pm on the day of performances. The box office does not open on non-performance days.
The Eventim Apollo box office can be contacted directly on 0844 249 1000.
STAR (Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers) are the industry body that regulates the sale of London theatre tickets. When booking from a company you can check their ticket seller database to see if they are registered and conforming to STAR practices. When buying online, you should also check for the padlock in your browser URL bar to ensure the connection is secure.
For large group bookings (10+), such as school groups or corporate trips, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the performance date and number of tickets, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. For smaller groups we advise selecting a production and booking online.
The Eventim Apollo's 3,000+ seat auditorium and foyer spaces can be hired for private and corporate events. For full details of pricing and what the venue can offer, please email email@example.com.