Robbie Williams One Night At The Palladium: How to watch the ex-Take That star’s London performance

Lily Allen and Rufus Wainwright made special appearances at the show filmed at the Palladium

One of Robbie William’s most iconic concerts, labelled ‘One Night At The Palladium’ is to be aired on TV once again.

The show was filmed back in November 2013 and was aired less than a month later on December 6 2013.

The former Take That star performed a whole host of songs including swing music and his own solo songs, taken from his album Swings Both Ways.

It was a landmark album for the Angels hitmaker, as it marked his tenth studio album as a solo artist.

Robbie Williams was one of the acts due to perform at the 2022 BBC Radio 2 Live concert - but it has been cancelled following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Upon its release on November 15 2013, it shot to number one on the UK Albums Chart with first-week sales of 109,000 copies.

It also performed well internationally, charting in the top 10 in Ireland, Australia, Belgium, Italy and Sweden.

Swings Both Ways also charted at number one in Austria, Croatia, Germany and Switzerland.

According to the IFPI, Swings Both Ways was the 18th global best-selling album of 2013.

Special guests at the show included the likes of Lily Allen, Rufus Wainwright and also Muppet icons Miss Piggy and Kermit The Frog.

How to watch on TV

Robbie Williams: One Night At The Palladium will air on Saturday October 1 2022 on BBC Two. It will begin at 10:15pm, and will end an hour later at 11:15pm.

If you happen to miss the show, you can watch it at a later date on BBC iPlayer.