ExampleElectronic hip hop, house and grime at Earls Court from the chart-topping London-based rapper and singer-songwriter Example, born Elliot John Gleave, in support of his newest album 'The Evolution Of Man'. After a quiet period surrounding his first record, Example shot to fame in 2009 with his second album 'Won't Go Quietly' and has since released 2011's 'Playing In The Shadows', which went to number one in the UK album charts. He has collaborated with artists such as Professor Green, Wretch 32, Giggs and Calvin Harris. Expect crowds to be wowed by popular tracks such as Kickstarts, Changed The Way You Kiss Me and Stay Awake. If you're visiting London from out of town and are in need of a hotel for the evening, have a look at our hotels near Earls Court.


About Earls Court Exhibition Centre

After being sold to make way for thousands of new homes as part of an £8bn scheme, Earls Court Exhibition Centre has now closed its doors. Comprising Earls Court One, Earls Court Two, Brompton Hall and the Museum Hall, Earls Court, along with sister venue, Olympia, iss widely considered one of the capital's best major venues for hosting both trade and consumer events. More about Earls Court Exhibition Centre

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    15 Penywern Road, SW5 | 4 minutes from Example
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    180-184 Earl's Court Road, Earls Court, London SW5 | 5 minutes from Example
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    Stamford Bridge Ground Fulham Road, Fulham, London SW6 | 12 minutes from Example
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    Exhibitions | Until 27th September 2015 

    The Pembroke 5 minutes walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre

    The Moon & Nude emerged out of a love for drawing and local pubs: merging the two seemed like the ...More

    This Heaven
    Theatre | Until 15th September 2015 

    Finborough Theatre 8 minutes walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre

    The story of one Aboriginal family's experience of a system that fails them told through the stories and music of ...More

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    Theatre | Until 19th September 2015 

    Finborough Theatre 8 minutes walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre

    An original drama inspired by real events written by Matthew Wilkinson, in which two actors perform a gripping tale of ...More

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    Concerts | On 30th August 2015 

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    A vocal workshop....More

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    Natural History Museum 20 minutes walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre

    Learn how to identify real fossil specimens from the Museum's collection....More

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    Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea
    Exhibitions | Until 13th September 2015 

    Natural History Museum 20 minutes walk from Earls Court Exhibition Centre

    The Natural History Museum's exhibition Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea examines the spectacular seascapes and richness of life ...More

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