Shepherds Bush is home to the Shepherds Bush Empire, Bush Theatre and the BBC, it is a vibrant, artistic, multicultural melting pot with great places to eat, drink and shop. It has a vibrant, multi-ethnic population-a great place to live - and visit.
The British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC)
runs tours around the most famous Television centre in the world! Take your child around the Blue Peter garden with the Children's BBC
tour and see how children's programs are made. Why not became a member of the audience of one of your favourite programs, tickets are free from the BBC
Visit Shepherds Bush Market
which began trading in the summer of 1914 and apart from a slight break during the First World War, is still running strong today with some of the best speciality Afro-Caribbean stalls in the west.Shepherds Bush
is the home of Queens Park Rangers
, one of Londons football club, visit them at Loftus Road.
Not only do you find all this in Shepherds Bush
but there are great music venues such as the Shepherds Bush Empire
, it is now a world-famous venue for all types of music. Bush Hall
with its restored Edwardian Ballroom setting that holds concerts from acoustic music to jazz and classical. The small theatre called the Bush Theatre
above the O'Neill's
pub gives young and upcoming writers a platform to perform their works. By no means last there is comedy in Shepherds Bush
at the Bar FM
, and if you enjoy all things Australian there is the Walkabout
pub on the green.
Something you may not think you'll find in Shepherds Bush
is luxury but one should look no further then the K West Hotel
in Richmond Way (Shepherds Bush)
, with its Spa, deluxe rooms, suites, and fitness centre.
Locations very near that offer shopping and entertainment are Hammersmith
, and Chelsea
but the pleasure of Central London
is only 15 minutes by London Underground