About Bush Hall
Bush Hall is an independent live music & events venue in London W12 with a rock & roll history…
Originally built in 1904 & used as a dance hall through the roaring twenties, the Edwardian venue has been a soup kitchen in WWII, a bingo hall and rehearsal space for the likes of The Who, Adam Faith and Cliff Richard in the late ’50s/60s, and finally a snooker & social club in the ’80s/90s, before being restored to its former glory in 2001 by present owners Charlie Raworth & Emma Hutchinson.
Today, Bush Hall’s unique character and incredible acoustics makes it the perfect venue for everything from live music gigs and cabaret shows to wedding receptions, conferences, corporate events and film shoots.
Rooms / Capacities
- Maximum Capacity: 400
- Dining: 150
- Stand Up Reception: 375
You might not know but..
Amy Winehouse, Kings Of Leon and The Killers have all played here
3 things to try when you’re there
Our Banqueting Feast, where guests can indulge in our lovely dishes served to the centre of the table.
A delicious cocktail on our fairy lit terrace.
A pre-gig meal at Bush Hall Dining Rooms before a show at Bush Hall.