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Make a memory at the Eventim Apollo

The Eventim Apollo, formerly the Hammersmith Apollo, is one of West London's most prolific live entertainment venues. Since opening in 1932, it's been the host of many famous performances, including live CD and video recordings by David Bowie, Black Sabbath, Frank Zappa and Dire Straits. With a capacity of more than 8,000 and excellent acoustics, a performance at the Apollo is an experience you'll never forget.

Exploring Hammersmith and Fulham

If you want to make a day of your trip to the Apollo, the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is full of great things to see and do. Relax with a drink at The Dove or The Blue Anchor, both with beautiful riverside locations, treat yourself to a shopping spree on King Street, or a delectable meal at The Gate restaurant. After just one visit, you're sure to find a new love for this part of the city.

Fuller's Griffin Brewery Tour

A short way down the Thames from the Apollo, you'll be able to visit Fuller's Griffin Brewery, and discover first-hand all the work that goes into some of the UK's most popular ales. Led by an expert guide, you'll gain a fascinating insight into British brewing history, get to see Fuller's interesting processes first-hand, and of course try some great samples. Planning a trip to the Eventim Apollo? Travelodge London Fulham Hotel is a quarter of an hour away via public transport, and Travelodge London Kew Bridge Hotel is 10 minutes away by car.