Concerts from London Palladium
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London Palladium is a Grade II listed building, opened in 1910 and still breathing to this day, it is undoubtedly the most famous theatre in London for its many televised performances, countless shows and stars who atended the venue. The history and little details of the venue leave for a laugh, for example, a Johnny Cash album was recorded there in 1968, but Columbia Records never released it or in July 1974, singer Cass Elliott performed for two weeks but the night of her final performance she died in her sleep in her rented flat in Mayfair. Antidotes like these are endless, the theatre to this day continues to play a large role in entertainment and with its heritage, it isnt about to stop.
Argyll Street, W1F 7TF, London (Greater London)