AXS TV brings London laughs to the States as 'Tonight at the London Palladium' debuts Oct. 30

AXS TV is bringing loads of laughter and music across The Pond as the hit variety series “Tonight at the London Palladium” makes its U.S. debut on Monday, Oct. 30, at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT, following “The X Factor UK.” The eight-part series is produced by ITV and hosted by renowned, multi-faceted entertainer Bradley Walsh. The versatile variety series boasts a huge lineup of famous stars and fabulous entertainment from award-winning music artists and comedians to West End theater stars and breathtaking specialty acts. The show joins AXS TV’s weekly programming lineup every Monday, starting Oct. 30.

“Tonight at the London Palladium” is a beloved U.K. time-tested variety series that delivers music, laughter and jaw-dropping surprises to a live audience on the world-famous London Palladium stage. AXS TV’s highly-anticipated U.S. premiere will feature award-winning vocalist Andrea Bocelli, a performance from the cast of “Motown: The Musical,” and a mesmerizing motorcycle stunt called The Globe of Death. The series will air each following Monday at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT, following the U.S. airing of “The X Factor UK.”

Series highlights include Grammy-winning superstar Cyndi Lauper the cast of “Kinky Boots,” and Irish recording artist Ronan Keating on Nov. 6. Grammy-winning pop songstress Meghan Trainor, R & B legend Billy Ocean, and Disney’s “Aladdin” musical cast hit the stage on Nov. 13. U.K. chart-topper Rachel Platten joins “Downton Abbey” and Broadway/West End actor Julian Ovenden on Nov. 20. The Vamps perform on Nov. 27 along with the cast of Disney’s critically-acclaimed, award-winning musical “The Lion King.” And, British R &B/pop star Nathan Sykes performs Dec. 4 as well as the “Guys and Dolls” cast.

“Tonight at the London Palladium” delivers a spectacular host of talent across multiple genres on one internationally-renowned stage. Don’t miss a single minute of the thrills, chills, music, laughter, and fun. Tune into AXS TV every Monday, starting with the Oct. 30 U.S. series premiere at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT and every Monday thereafter at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT.

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