The renovation of the Hammersmith Apollo was overseen by award-winning architects Foster Wilson - and the venue will reopen for the first time on Saturday 7th September.
In 1962, the building was renamed the Hammersmith Odeon - and started playing host to legendary acts such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley.
The video below shows David Bowie performing there in 1973.
The music and comedy venue now known as the Hammersmith Apollo originally opened in 1932 as the Gaumont Palace cinema.
It was designed in the Art Deco style by renowned theatre architect Robert Cromie - and is considered one of the UK's biggest and best-preserved Art Deco super cinemas.
The Hammersmith Apollo is set to re-open following a multi-million pound restoration programme.
The owners of the Grade II* listed building say that it has been restored it to its 1930s Art Deco glory.
Comedian Bill Bailey brings his national tour to the Hammersmith Apollo tonight.
It's the first of two nights of his new show, called "Qualm Peddler", where - as the name suggests - he talks about his qualms.
He took a break from rehearsing this afternoon to speak to our reporter Ruth Banks.
Wild haired comedian Bill Bailey tells our reporter Ruth Banks why he loves the Hammersmith Apollo. First off, it's just the corner to his home.
Bill Bailey's team are making their final preparations before the comedian returns to the stage at the Hammersmith Apollo. Tonight is the first of his new show, called "Qualm Peddler", where - as the name suggests - he talks about his qualms.
We got a look inside as final preparations were being made.