London Palladium recruits new music chief Dave Gaydon

James Hanley

London Palladium is eyeing artist residencies and standing concerts after appointing former Roundhouse music boss Dave Gaydon as its new head of programming.

The storied West End venue, which is run by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Theatres, has hosted the likes of Coldplay, Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Bon Jovi and Primal Scream, since repurposing itself as a concert destination in 2016.

Gaydon, who will stay on in a directorial role at Goat Music, the London-based music and events agency ...

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