Madness have announce their return to the capital on Bank Holiday Monday 28th August! 

2016 proved to be another seismic one for the rejuvenated Nutty Boys as they revelled in a top 5 album for ‘Can’t Touch Us Now’, where inducted into the Q Magazine Hall of Fame, and provided the show stopping moment on the main stage at Glastonbury. After all that and the roaring success, frivolities and debauchery of last year’s House of Common, a return to the scene of the crime was inevitable. A wonderful day in the sun saw Madness joined by Toots and the Maytals, David Rodigan, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Norman Jay and more, and this year’s line-up – to be announced in the coming weeks- promises to deliver all this and much much more.

Located in the heart of the capital, Clapham Common is Madness’ spiritual home (South of the river, at least) and for good reason- An oasis of peace amid the busy traffic of South West London, it is a vibrant summer destination, famed for its annual music gigs and festivals and provides

Madness say: “Madheads, Carnival heads and madkids united to revel in the sunshine on Clapham Common for the first ever House of Common in 2016, it was the highlight of our mad year and we’re now spending these cold hours and days planning how to make 2017’s even better, we’ll worry about the entertainment, you bring the sunshine”

Tickets for House Of Common go on general sale at 09.00am on Friday from