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Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2017)

Despite being a fan of his work, I have never actually seen Ricky Gervais perform stand-up. Having heard that his live shows were generally inferior to his TV work, I wasn’t sure what to expect. 682 more words

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LIVE: The Pretenders - Hammersmith Eventim Apollo, 08.10.17

This shamelessly flattering review is probably the kind of shamelessly flattering review that would make Chrissie Hynde heave; but The Pretenders aren’t just ‘Special’ – they’re fucking incredible. 486 more words

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Live Review: The National, 26/09/2017, Hammersmith Apollo

The National are one of my favourite bands ever. There, I said it. And for that reason, a review of them touring their UK Number 1 album, ‘Sleep Well Beast’, during a four night residency at one of London’s most historical, beautiful, and relatively intimate venues is only ever going to be positive. 969 more words

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I FINALLY SAW EVANESCENCE AFTER TEN YEARS (and my inner 15 year old self is screaming with happiness)

June 13th, Hammersmith, London. I had just travelled here with three friends to watch Evanescence after ten years of waiting. I am not lying, my inner 15 year old was screaming with excitement! 1,286 more words

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Brian Wilson - Hammersmith

Brian Wilson and his band play Pet Sounds (complete), in the second half of their set at the Hammersmith Apollo, Hammersmith, London.  Beach Boy collaborator and member Al Jardine and his son Matt, performed with him.

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Penn & Teller  (Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith)

They’re back in the UK. Penn – the big, loud one who has lost both his bulk and mop of frizzy long hair in recent years – and Teller, the little, mute one, are celebrating forty years together as a magic duo this year with a show chock-full of old favourites and new tricks. 224 more words

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Evanescence

Arcane Roots & Evanescence @ Hammersmith Apollo in London, England

Review & Photography by: Callum Ludlow

Evanescence finally came back to the UK for a pair of sold out back to back shows nestled between a string of festival dates across europe. 295 more words

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