Restoration work extended at Shepherd's Bush Empire

James Hanley

Restoration work at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire has been extended to mid-April.

The 2,000-capacity venue has been closed since December 4 last year because of “serious structural damage” to its roof. It had originally been expected to re-open within weeks but concerts scheduled up to March 31 were rescheduled or moved to other venues in London. 

However, all events scheduled until April 18 will now be affected. A full list can be viewed here.

A statement from the ...

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