From today until the Saturday the 17th you can head over to Olympia in Kensington London and take part in the 36th Great British Beer Festival. They are expected around 55 thousand visitors over the next 5 days.
If you are a publican or work in the pub or brewery industry you need to head to this event. There will be lots of representatives from this industry and journalists on hand. Plenty of entertainment and food for everyone to enjoy, and of course lots of beer tasting. However the beer tasting sessions are booking up fast. So if you want to book a tasting head over to this page: http://www.gbbf.org.uk/event-information/beer-tastings.
Tickets cost from £8 to £10 for members and £10 to £10 for non members.
If you are heading over to this event this week, why not book a room with us. We are a Chiswick hotel near Hammersmith Road where Olympia is located. The map below will give you an idea of where we are located in relation to Hammersmith.
May in London began with a bang and it continues to have plenty of entertaining activities, from concerts to shows and parades. Theatres are hosting some of the most memorable shows and performances yet. There are a few shows every avid theatre lover should make a point of seeing at least once.
Vivaldi’s epic masterpiece Don Carlo will be showing at the Royal Opera House this May. This classic has been a favourite for many over the years and this year, the opera promises to deliver nothing less than a brilliant performance courtesy of the director’s experience in theatre, opera, and film. The opera opened at the Royal Opera House on the 4th. If you have not yet seen it, do make a point of buying yourself a ticket and taking a friend along for this amazing masterpiece before 3rd August.
‘Some Like It Hip Hop’ is a hot ticket this May, as the ever colourful and energetic ZooNation once again brings to dance-theatre a remarkable fusion of Shakespeare’s ‘Twelfth Night’ and Billy Wilder’s film ‘Some Like It Hot’. The debut showing of this remarkable tale received plenty of publicity and recognition for its creativity and bold moves. This May, the show is back with the promise of being just as entertaining. ‘Some Like It Hip Hop’ will be showing at the Peacock Theatre in Holborn until 30th June.
‘The Hothouse’ is another play set to thrill. It is set in the backdrop of a state-run correctional facility. The head of this facility is cruel and this goes unchecked. Find out how and what happens at Trafalgar Studios in Westminster. This play is set to thrill as well as entertain. It is already running so catch it before the 25th.
For those who would prefer a lighter and heart warming show, the comedy ‘Relatively Speaking’ offers what has been described as many laugh-out-loud moments. When strangers meet and fall in love, only to later find out that they may be related is a storyline that often promises to amuse. Find out how this tale twists at Wyndhams Theatre on 14th May. It runs until 31st August.
Other plays showing this month are the operatic masterpiece ‘Wozzek’ at Covent Garden, which has already opened and runs up to 25th May. If you are keen on a taking in a play outdoors, the Open Air Theatre at Regent’s Park will be opening its season with the classic, ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’ on 16th May and will be running it until 15th June.
Why not head over to Hammersmith Apollo to see popular East End comic Micky Flanagan in his hilarious new stand-up show. He is one from to
So, whether you take in a show indoors or outdoors, one thing is certain- you will not lack for variety or choice. So make a date and take a friend.
If your looking for a hotel in Chiswick, we are located near Hammersmith Apollo. We are located close to all major transport links. Stamford Brook underground station and Ravenscourt underground station are both within a 5 minute walk.
If you are looking for hotels near Hammersmith Apollo in London you have come to the right place. Chiswick Rooms is a Boutique hotel just 1.4 miles away from Hammersmith Apollo.
HMV Hammersmith Apollo is one of Londons top live entertainment venues located in Hammersmith West London. The theatre has a large 35 foot deep stage, and is an excellent fan shaped auditorium which offers remarkable intimacy and excellent sightlines from all parts of the theatre.
Over the years it has seen some of the top musicians play there including the Beatles in the early sixties. The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Johnny Cash, Tony Bennett and Louis Armstrong have all played at this music venue.
Over the years the venue has changed hands many times. Most recently it was bought by MAMA Group and in 2009 MAMA group entered into a joint venue with HMV which is where is gets is name today of HMV Hammersmith Apollo.
Today it is one of the most popular entertainment venues in the capital and still attracts stars from around the world.
Coming up this December….
Green Day’s American Idiot – The Musical
5th Dec – 16th Dec
Michael McIntyre’s Christmas Charity Show In Aid Of Kids Company
17th Dec from 8pm
Qualmpeddler: Bill Bailey
18th Dec from 8pm
Paul Weller & Miles Kane
19th Dec from 6pm
The End of the World Show: Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince
21st Dec from 7pm
Gary Barlow & Nell Bryden
27th Dec from 7.30pm
If your heading to watch one of the shows above why not book a room with us here at Chiswick Rooms. We provide 4* accommodation with a great range of luxury in-room amenities including air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, flat screen HD TVs, EU power sockets, I-Pod docking station, and a VOIP telephone with free local calls.
Call us on +44 (0) 203 307 0400 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org