London is a city full of excitement and adventure, with shows and concerts running every day of the week throughout the year. You’ll never struggle finding something to do during your stay at the Grand Park London Paddington, but if you want to make sure you don’t miss out on the best bits then here is a guide highlighting some of the big names stepping onto London stages this month.
The world famous drummer turned singer will be arriving at the Royal Albert Hall this month to amaze crowds with his famous hits. As part of his ‘Not Dead Yet’ tour, the ex-member of Genesis will be performing for six nights in London. Fans will be flooding to the famous venue to see the artist play some of his greatest hits such as ‘In the Air Tonight’ and ‘Another Day in Paradise’. This will be a nice trip down memory lane for older fans looking forward to seeing their favourite musician in action again.
Fans of the reformed boy band will be excited to hear that Take That will be heading for London this month to play seven nights at the 02 Arena in Greenwich. The ‘Wonderland Live’ tour will have crowds up on their feet dancing to some of the most popular hits of the last two decades. The night will be a nostalgic trip back into the 90s as the girl group All Saints are set to support the headliners. Fans will be in for an amazing night of dancing and laughter as they sing along to their favourite songs.
The Scottish comedian known for pulling no punches with his controversial jokes will be performing live at the Leicester Square Theatre for four nights this month. Famous for his appearance on numerous comedy TV panel shows, Frankie Boyle always has crowds on the edge of their seats trying to figure out whether they should laugh or sit in stunned silence. Any fans of his should make the most of this performance while you can. Although this show probably won’t be suitable for kids, it is definitely worth seeing if you can get a babysitter for the night.
David Tennant is most famous for his role in the BBC show Dr Who. He quickly gained popularity thanks to his unique and quirky portrayal of the famous time travelling doctor. Many people may be unaware that like a lot of actors, Tennant started his career on the stage. This month the Scottish star will return to the theatre in Don Juan, a production based on the 1665 comedy. The performance will take place at Wyndham’s Theatre in Soho.
It is not every day that you get to see your favourite celebrities perform right in front of your eyes, so this list of upcoming shows will make sure visitors and residents of London don’t miss out. Those that are staying at one of our London hotels near Paddington shouldn’t have any issue getting to these venues thanks to the convenient locations.