Soak up the sights and sounds of Royal Albert Hall
For music fans it doesn’t get much better than seeing a performance at the acclaimed Royal Albert Hall - arguably the most famous concert hall in the country.
First opened by Queen Victoria in 1871, the Hall remains at the centre of British culture. From the BBC Proms to Classical Spectacular and Teenage Cancer Trust concerts – it’s been the setting for a number of spectacular performances over the years, while Eric Clapton, Ryan Adams and Shirley Bassey have all graced the stage.
But the Royal Albert Hall isn’t just about music. You can head there to see Cirque du Soleil, the English National Ballet, film showings and even tennis matches, when the ATP Champions Tour Masters comes to town in December.
Whatever you’re heading to the Hall to see, the magnificent surroundings and electric atmosphere will make sure you enjoy the show.
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