Lily Allen, Pink Floyd-supported venue to reopen

Filthy Dukes and Aqualung will play the Tabernacle in Notting Hill

Pic: Tom Oxley
Notting Hill venue the Tabernacle is to officially reopen this summer, with Filthy Dukes and Aqualung among the acts already confirmed to play the west London hall.

Situated in Powis Square, the Tabernacle has played host to bands including The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and R.E.M in the past.

More recently, Damon Albarn used the building as a rehearsal space for The Good, The Bad & The Queen. In May, Lily Allen played a secret gig there.

A range of musical, theatrical and literary events are taking place at the Tabernacle across the summer, ahead of the official relaunch which happens on August 31 - when the Notting Hill Carnival is taking place.

The following events take place at the Tabernacle:

Knock2Bag (June 10)
Topcats (11)
Mew (12)
Medium Rare Cabaret (16, 17, 18)
Doodle Family Day (21)
Book Slam (25)
Fatai Rolling Dollar (Nigerian Music) (26)
Aqualung (28)
London Contemporary Dance (July 5)
Clingfilm – Short film screenings (9)
Mum (13)
Filthy Dukes (War Child Charity Event - Army For You) (15)
London Calypso Tent (30)
Tabernacle Live Launch (31)

See Tabernaclelive.co.uk for more information.

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