What’s On

DMP presents:

Colin Hay

Union Chapel, London, United Kingdom

Tuesday 4 April  7:00 PM   Room: Chapel, Vestry
£21.00 adv + bf   Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult
General Admission (unreserved seating) (e-ticket)
$28.67 (+$2.87 S/C)
Dinner booking at Margins Cafe, Union Chapel Bar - show ticket holders only (e-ticket)
Free
Dinner fully booked
Entry Requirements: Under 16s accompanied by an adult

Tickets on sale with:

Above with Music Glue (e-tickets only)

See Tickets / 0871 220 0260

Ticketmaster / 0333 321 9999

Songkick (e-tickets only)

Doors, Bar and Margins Cafe serving hot homemade food open at 19:00

Curfew - 22:30
Union Chapel Bar open after the show.

You can book for dinner at Margins Cafe at 18:30 but you must have a reservation for access at 18:30. The Bar is also open to Union Chapel members who have tickets to the show.

Access to the cafe before doors open is via the side gate to the left of the main entrance to the Chapel on Compton Terrace.

We will email the menu and add it to the listing here shortly before the show.

If the early 6.30pm reservations are fully booked don't worry you can still come to eat from when doors open, the cafe is open through to the end of the interval.

Find out more about Margins Cafe & their food

Please note you must have a ticket to the show to come to Margins Cafe & Union Chapel bar.

There's lots of useful information in the Visiting section of our website.

All timings are provisional and subject to change - for the latest up dates please check Facebook and Twitter.

As our venue is entirely seated and seating is unreserved it is best to arrive early.


Scottish-Australian Colin Hay is probably best known for his time with 1980’s legends ‘Men at Work’ – the platinum selling Australian band that topped worldwide charts in the 80’s with anthems like “Down Under,” “Overkill,” and “Who Can It Be?”. We have most recently been reminded of Hay’s outstanding talent from his many appearances in US comedy series ‘Scrubs’ – which became (and still is) a staple of evening television here in the UK and throughout the globe.

Although he’s one of Australia’s best-known exports, Colin Hay was born in Kilwinning, Scotland, and to this day remains hugely popular in the country and the rest of the UK.

Hay has released ten albums since founding own label Lazy Eye in 1992.

Since 2003, Hay has rebuilt his name recognition. “I went from playing for 50 people a few years ago, to 500 and 1,000 seat venues. I’d like to speed it up a bit, cause I’m running out of life,” Hay quips in fine Scottish style, “but for the most part I’m happy to be on the road and still making music, and attracting ever increasing audiences.”

Hay and his music, most notably an acoustic version of the Men at Work hit “Overkill”, as well as more recent works such as “Waiting for My Real Life to Begin” and “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get over You”, has been featured on TV shows including Dawson’s Creek, Judging Amy, and Scrubs – converting a new generation of devout fans across the globe.

His song “I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You” was included on the soundtrack of the Zach Braff film Garden State. Hay also appeared in an episode of the celebrated “Larry Sanders Show,” in Hay’s mind, a career highlight.

His new album is due out in the Spring 2017 in the UK and Europe.