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What at first glance can be mistaken for a quiet residential area, Shepherd’s Bush is actually a bustling neighbourhood with malls, theatres and halls, and Loftus Road football stadium.
A lot of the district’s action takes place around Shepherd’s Bush Green, which is always teeming with activity.
Its surrounding roads contain shops, restaurants, theatres, and pubs.
Let us tell you a bit more about this area...
The history of Shepherd’s Bush
While a human habitation can be traced back to the Iron Age, until the 1800s Shepherd’s Bush was almost entirely rural.
Its history as we know it dates back to around 1845, when Charles Dickens and his partner, the Baroness Angela Burdett-Coutts, started what was essentially a halfway house for destitute prostitutes.
It became increasingly urbanised, and was finally transformed by the introduction of a railway line in 1864.
In 1904, Shepherd’s Bush Empire was opened, dedicated to music-hall entertainments, and became a popular social hub until the 1950s.
The BBC then took it over and used it for productions until the early 1990s. Today it is used for regular gigs and dances, and the occasional low profile concert.
What to do in Shepherd’s Bush, apart from nuru massage...
Shepherd’s Bush is full of places to go and things to do. You can start at Shepherd’s Bush Green, a triangular area of open grass with plenty of space to enjoy a sunny day and for kids to play.
If you love shopping, the local Westfield Shopping Centre is the second largest shopping mall in the UK.
The BBC Television Centre, which operated in Shepherd’s Bush from 1960 to 2013, is still considered an iconic British building, although it is now home to flats and offices.
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Where to eat
Shepherd’s Bush has some excellent restaurants. The Meat Co is every steak lover’s dream. Its sophisticated décor and ambience only add to the perfection of an expertly cooked cut of meat.
Jamie’s Italian is another popular location. As part of Jamie Oliver’s restaurant chain, it delivers high quality food, fantastic service, and its own unique specials.
Looking for something more casual?
Aroma offers an all-you-can-eat special for when you're shopping in Westfield, and the popular Five Guys will serve you one of the best burgers you'll ever taste.
What about the nightlife?
For those who want nothing more than a pint in a casual atmosphere, The Defector’s Weld is the quintessential pub.
They serve typical pub food, as well as a large selection of beers, wine, cocktails and more.
Those who want a glamorous evening out need look only so far as Searcys Westfield Champagne Bar. It may be in a shopping centre, but you will want to dress your best!
The O2 is one of London’s top concert venues. This year, they're still to feature Muse, Rebecca Ferguson, Niall Horan, Conor Oberst, and more.
Head to Belushi’s for cocktails with live bands or DJ sets. Or, if you're the fun-loving type, sing your heart out at FM Karaoke and Disco Club on Uxbridge Road.
Getting to Shepherd’s Bush
Shepherd’s Bush tube station is on the Central line, between White City and Holland Park stations. It lies in Travelcard Zone 2.
To find out which buses to use to get to Shepherd’s Bush from your location, head to the Transport For London website for a detailed route.