Dennis Alcapone is the last remaining MCs from the 1950's/60's sound system era that introduced the artform of MC'ing in Jamaica. This came to England with the Windrush pioneers 75 years ago, and led to the first sound systems bring started in London in the early 1950's.
At our event on September 9th, he will be presented with an Award by the Mayor of Brent. He will also perform a ceremonial passing of the "Windrush Legacy Baton" to Big Zeeks who represents the current generation of MCs.
Access rate tickets for this production can be booked online.
Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre
Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is situated inside the former Fountain Studios, a building rich with decades of entertainment history. A short walk from Wembley Park station which is just 12 minutes from Baker Street, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is located in the heart of Wembley Park, North West London's world famous cultural neighbourhood.
Wembley Park station is a short, five minute walk from the theatre, and the most convenient way to reach the theatre. With connections to the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines, Wembley Park is just 12 minutes from Baker Street, and easily accessible from Central London and stations to Amersham, Chesham, Stanmore, Uxbridge and Watford.
The theatre is served by the following bus routes: 83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 245, 297, 440, 483
Small bags can be stored under your seat, larger items can be stored in the cloakroom where there is a fee of £1 per item.
We will always do our best to admit any latecomers into the auditorium as soon as we can. Please be aware that if you arrive late to the theatre you may be asked to wait for a suitable break before entering the auditorium, which may be the interval. You may be asked to sit in different seats to those which you originally booked until the interval in order to minimise disruption to those customers already inside the auditorium.
If you leave the auditorium during the performance to use the toilet, bar, or for any other reason you may have to wait until a suitable break in the performance before being able to re-enter. This may be the interval.
The safety and security of our guests, performers and staff is always our top priority, and as such all bags will be checked on your way into the theatre. In order to speed up your entry process, please refrain from bringing large bags or suitcases
Yes. It opens 90 minutes prior to the performance start time, serving a wide range of soft and alcoholic drinks. A selection of light snacks are also available from the bar.
In order to help us serve you as quickly as possible, all of our sales points accept card payments only.
We do not have an on-site car park at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. We are situated five minutes walk from Wembley Park underground station and we strongly recommend you to travel to the theatre using public transport.
If you plan to visit us by car, Wembley Park's Red car parks is a short walk away from the theatre. Please note that we do not manage this car park.
Wembley Stadium and the SSE Arena are both very close to the theatre. On event days, parking space is extremely limited and prices can increase. Plan your journey in advance, contacting the car park if necessary before travelling.
Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre is a fully accessible venue. There is level access from the street, into the foyer, and the ground-level section of the auditorium. There are two fully accessible toilet cubicles. We want to ensure your visit to our theatre is as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
If there is anything that we can do to assist you in your visit, please email our dedicated team at email@example.com.
Assistance dogs are allowed in the auditorium. Alternatively, our staff are happy to dog sit during your performance.
Yes, the auditorium has a loop system. If you require a headset please speak to a member of staff when you arrive who can help with your request.