London Palladium returns to roots with rock shows

James Hanley

The London Palladium’s renewed focus on live music is paying off in spades as the venue rapidly re-establishes itself on the touring circuit.

Despite hosting special performances by the likes of Elton John, Robbie Williams, Neil Diamond and Tony Bennett, the world famous theatre had become more closely associated with musicals in recent years.

But in 2015, its operator, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Theatres, took the commercial decision to reverse that trend, making the Grade II West End building ...

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