Apollo Summer Nights Series 2019

The Apollo Nights Summer Series is a new concert experience for the capital. Over one week in July 2019 at London’s Eventim Apollo, legendary artists will take to the stage, as the Apollo’s newly restored Art Deco interior is celebrated as the stalls area is transformed into an intimate dining experience for a truly spectacular evening, marrying the delights of the best in music and food.

Event catering specialists Payne & Gunter will provide a dining experience in partnership with one of the UK’s most exciting chefs Bryn Williams. Bryn is an acclaimed British chef-entrepreneur who brings flair and imagination to his classically British menus. Situated on the transformed stalls floor, dining experience ticket holders will be up close to the stage and the artists. Expect a modern British dining experience, with a strong focus on sustainability, seasonality and provenance.

Opening the inaugural Apollo Nights Summer Series 2019 will be two nights with Burt Bacharach and Joss Stone (Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th July). For this special one off concert, expect to hear some of his most unforgettable hits. Legendary ten-time Grammy Award and NEA Jazz Master winner George Benson is set to dazzle the audience over two nights – Thursday 18th and Friday 19th July – as he is joined by his all-American band. Capping off a great week of music will be the inimitable Marc Almond. Performing on Saturday 20th July, Almond will take the audience on a journey through his hits as well as his favourite burlesque and cabaret songs. For this special show, he will be joined by Europe’s most renowned burlesque dancer, Immodesty Blaize.

    

       

 

Dining experience tickets are available for 2, 4 and 6 people.

VIP dining experience tickets are also available which include a private drinks and canapé reception on arrival, an exclusive bespoke ticket souvenir pass and front row table. 

 

To purchase dining experience tickets for the Apollo Summer Nights Series please contact our hospitality partner Keith Prowse.