We are proud to announce that we will livestream our show from Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on November 27th.
All details of the stream and the link to purchase are available on this page.
For those of you who can't join us on the night, the stream will be available to view until midnight on Friday 3 December. We hope you will join us for the end of tour party, either in person or online - we are so looking forward to it and to the remaining dates of the tour.
See you later
h, Ian, Mark, Pete and Steve
Live from the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, The Space presents the final night of Marillion's Light At The End of The Tunnel Tour.
No subscription to The Space is required.
It's been two long years since the band has performed in front of audiences and their return to the stage on the UK tour has been warmly welcomed by the fans.
With a set list brimful of Marillion classics, as well as the premier performance of new song Be Hard On Yourself from the forthcoming album An Hour Before It's Dark, Marillion's first ever live streamed concert is not to be missed.
The stream begins at 7.45pm UK Time with the band on-stage at 8.30pm.
Watch the show live, as it happens, from the legendary Hammersmith venue where Marillion have made so many memories over their 40 year career.
Streaming tickets also allow access to the stream until midnight on Friday 3 December.
If you can't watch the show live don't worry, you can also gain access to the stream either by pre-registering now or simply by purchasing a ticket once the gig is available after the show has ended.
In all cases, the show will be available to watch until midnight on Friday 3 December.
You can sign up for the livestream by CLICKING HERE or via the link "BUY LIVESTREAM ACCESS" at the top of this page.
Access to the livestream costs £20 (UK POUNDS).
Please note that this will be a multi camera livestream. The show will be filmed with a nine camera setup by Tim Sidwell and the same team who brought you "All One Tonight" and "With Friends At St David's".
The livestream will take place on Saturday 27 November 2021. Coverage starts at 7.45pm (UK Time) and the band are due onstage at 8.30pm (UK Time).
A subscription to The Space is not required, however you will need to create an account to pay for and access the livestream.
Unfortunately due to the costs involved in filming and streaming the concert, it is not possible to include access as part of the current Space subscription.
Unfortunately due to costs involved in filming and streaming the concert, it is not possible to include access as part of the Lightsavers Pledge campaign.
A download of one of the Light At The End Of The Tunnel tour shows will be made available to everyone who pledged.
On Saturday 27 November, simply login in to your Space account on the compatible device of your choice to view the livestream. Coverage starts at 7.45pm (UK Time) and the band are due onstage at 8.30pm (UK Time).
Simply view on an internet connected device - phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL BE UNABLE TO OFFER TECHNICAL SUPPORT ON THE DAY OF OR DURING THE CONCERT - we therefore strongly recommend that you test your preferred connection and viewing method before the stream begins. There is Free to View content on The Space which you can use if you are not a subscriber - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS. There is also a Facebook group for subscribers - CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.
Recommended viewing methods -
Chromecast or Apple Airplay from your device to a Smart TV. If you find that this option is not available on your device then we recommend that you update your browser to its latest version and try again.
View via a Smart TV internet browser or use a browser on your Amazon Firestick.
Connect your laptop / computer to your television with an HDMI cable and use the tv as a second screen.
There are also various apps available which will enable you to cast your phone to your Smart TV. Just search 'cast to TV’.
The concert will be streamed in 1080p with stereo sound.
We currently have no plans to release the show after it has taken place.
We currently have no plans to make the show available on The Space after it has taken place.
There are no local restrictions imposed by us on the viewing of the stream from any country. We are not responsible if access to the stream or service is blocked locally by your government.
We never discuss setlists in advance ;-)
We will not be streaming the support act from the concert, however there will be a small supporting programme of other material beginning at 7.45pm (UK Time) to allow susbscribers to test their connection, set up devices etc.