"Ladies and gentlemen, a nice rock n roll band from Shepherd's Bush London ... The Who!" - Jeff Dexter (1970)

"The fact is that our group hasn't got any quality, it's just musical sensationalism. You do something big on the stage and a thousand geezers go 'aah'! It's just basic Shepherd's Bush enjoyment!" - Pete Townshend (1965)

What better place to have a Who Convention than in Shepherd's Bush - the original stomping ground of The Who and their early incarnations The Detours and The High Numbers.

The 2006 Convention will be held at Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Road, Shepherd's Bush, London. This building was once used by The Who as a rehearsal space during the 1960's and is minutes from Goldhawk Road where the band had their club residency in 1964.


"Bush Hall is one of London's hidden venues ... it has a glorious interior and a wonderfully enchanting vibe." - The Guardian

With ornate plasterwork on the walls and ceilings, Bush Hall’s glamour makes it one of London’s most exciting venues. It is an impressive venue for showcases and musicial performances.

The capacity at the Convention will be 300 people.

Children may attend but must be accompanied by an adult. The venue is also suitable for wheelchair access.