Graham Nash

LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre
Alexandra Palace Way
N22 7AY


An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories with Graham Nash

Graham Nash (the Hollies, Crosby, Stills & Nash) comes to London with songs from his career that spans six decades.

At the heart of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Songwriter's Hall of Fame and Grammy winning artist is his remarkable body of work, including contributions to the Hollies, one of the leading British pop rock bands in the 1960s, to the folk rock supergroup CSN and beyond in to his solo career. Hits, such as Stop Stop Stop, On A Carousel and Carrie Anne with the Hollies and Marrakesh Express, Teach Your Children and Our House with Crosby, Stills & Nash are staple in our musical history.

This evening promises insights into the life of this musician and artist as well as performances of his chart-topping songs that are a part of the soundtrack of our lives.

  • ‘ A magical evening celebrating the work of a talented musician, and of music that helped define a generation ’
    (★★★★★ Classic Rock)

'Nash walked the audience through his catalog, a rich tapestry of music spanning more than five decades. Touring in support of his latest release, This Path Tonight, the strength of the material and the resilience in Nash’s voice made for a wonderful evening. And, as the crowd soon discovered, the new songs were every bit as vital as the classic anthems they came to hear' (No Depression)


Alexandra Palace Theatre has recently re-opened after 80 years following its renovation that sees its new look, complete with dramatic unfinished walls and bare floorboards, as being preserved in a beautiful state of arrested decay and frozen in time.

You can watch a video about the renovation here or read more about its story here

If you've got even the slightest inclination toward the romantic you will be taken away with the "new" Alexandra Palace Theatre.
It isn't so much like stepping back in time as walking into a novel. You can instantly imagine what it must have been like back in the 1880s packed with 3,000 raucous Victorians

(★★★★★ Will Gompertz, BBC)