AXS TV Imports Laughs & Music From Across the Pond When 'Tonight At The London Palladium' Debuts Oct. 30
AXS TV IMPORTS LAUGHS & MUSIC FROM ACROSS THE POND AS THE HIT VARIETY SERIES TONIGHT AT THE LONDON PALLADIUM MAKES ITS STATESIDE DEBUT ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 AT 11 P. M. ET
Highlights Include Appearances by Andrea Bocelli, Cyndi Lauper, & Meghan Trainor, and Show-Stopping Performances from the West End Productions of ANNIE, MOTOWN: THE MUSICAL, KINKY BOOTS, & ALADDIN, Among Others
Los Angeles, CA (October 18, 2017) – Head across the pond with AXS TV, as the network welcomes the popular variety show Tonight At The London Palladium to its weekly lineup, following The X Factor UK every Monday beginning October 30. Hosted by beloved entertainer Bradley Walsh and produced by ITV Studios in the UK, the eight-part series has something for everyone as award-winning artists, comedy favorites, breathtaking specialty acts, and stars from the West End’s hottest musicals take the stage at the world-famous London Palladium in front of a raucous crowd of 2,200. Each episode is full of surprise guests and unforgettable moments, coming together to create a unique experience that viewers won’t want to miss.
The season kicks off in full force on October 30 at 11pE with a lively night featuring iconic vocalist Andrea Bocelli, a performance by the cast of Motown: The Musical, and the high-octane motorcycle stunt The Globe Of Death. Then, for every Monday thereafter the series will air 10:30pE and highlights include groundbreaking pop superstar Cyndi Lauper, the cast of Kinky Boots, and recording artist Ronan Keating (Nov. 6); GRAMMY®-winning songstress Meghan Trainor, and the cast of Disney’s Aladdin musical (Nov. 13); and international fan-favorite Billy Ocean, “Fight Song” hit-maker Rachel Platten, and Downton Abbey actor Julian Ovenden (Nov. 20).
The entertainment continues on November 27, as Walsh welcomes pop band The Vamps, and the cast of Disney’s The Lion King; and pop star Nathan Sykes and the cast of Guys and Dolls (Dec. 4).