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Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore
London, SW7 2AP

http://www.royalalberthall.com/
Tel:
0845 401 5045


The Royal Albert hall is a beautiful Victorian concert hall and arts space in Knightsbridge, open since 1871. The hall hosts classical concerts, rock and pop, opera, awards ceremonies and other events throughout the year. Events are hosted in the unique, distinctive Grade I listed building located in the borough of Westminster. Wrapping around the outside of the hall is a mosaic frieze, illustrating "The Triumph of Arts and Sciences". The hall was originally to be called 'The Central Hall of Arts and Sciences', but when Prince Albert died during the construction, Queen Victoria chose to dedicate the hall to him. Queen Victoria herself was the first to lay a stone in the construction of the building. At the opening ceremony the Queen was too overcome to speak and Edward, Prince of Wales, had to declare the hall's opening on her behalf. In recent years the hall has undergone some subtle redevelopments, restoring and preparing for future use. The grand organ was rebuilt in 2002, 131 years since the original was built. The organ now has 9,999 pipes and is the second largest in Britain. Royal Albert Hall has hosted the Proms annually since 1941, when they had to be re-located from Queen's Hall, which was destroyed by bombs in the Second World War. The venue has hosted many notable concerts and events, welcoming artists from Petula Clark to ABBA to the stage.

Upcoming events at Royal Albert Hall

Concert

Katherine Jenkins
18 December (7:00 PM)

Concert

Morrissey
7 March (6:45 PM)

Concert

The Courteeners
23 March (6:30 PM)

Concert

Kasabian
24 March (6:30 PM)

Concert

Steven Wilson
27 March (6:45 PM)

Concert

Steven Wilson
28 March (6:45 PM)

Concert

Steven Wilson
29 March (6:45 PM)

Concert

Toto
1 April (7:30 PM)

Concert

Gregory Porter
2 April (7:00 PM)

Concert

Black Label Society
5 April (6:45 PM)

Concert

Bastille
16 April (12:00 AM)

Concert

Gregory Porter
18 April (6:45 PM)

Concert

Gregory Porter
19 April (6:45 PM)

Concert

Chas 'n' Dave
20 April (12:00 AM)

Concert

Eliades Ochoa
25 April (6:45 PM)

Concert

Bootleg Beatles
26 April (7:00 PM)

Concert

Walk Off The Earth
30 April (7:30 PM)

Concert

Gomez
3 May (6:45 PM)

Concert

Beth Hart
4 May (7:30 PM)

Concert

Ólafur Arnalds
14 May (6:45 PM)

Concert

Foreigner, John Parr
16 May (7:00 PM)

Concert

Nick Mulvey
22 May (6:45 PM)

Concert

Marti Pellow
25 May (7:30 PM)

Concert

Joan Baez
28 May (12:00 AM)

Concert

Joan Baez
29 May (12:00 AM)

Concert

Echo & The Bunnymen
1 June (6:45 PM)

Concert

The The
5 June (6:45 PM)

Concert

Angus & Julia Stone
10 June (6:45 PM)

Concert

UB40
25 June (7:00 PM)

Concert

George Benson
26 June (7:30 PM)

Concert

George Benson
27 June (7:30 PM)

Concert

George Benson
27 June (6:30 PM)

Concert

Charles Aznavour
30 June (7:30 PM)

Concert

Echo & The Bunnymen
1 July (6:45 PM)

Concert

Camel
17 September (6:45 PM)

Concert

Dionne Warwick
18 September (7:15 PM)

Concert

José González
20 September (6:45 PM)

Concert

Europe, King King
23 September (6:45 PM)

Concert

Hacienda Classical
28 September (6:45 PM)

Concert

The Planets
7 October (2:30 PM)

Concert

Cliff Richard
14 October (7:45 PM)

Concert

Cliff Richard
15 October (7:45 PM)

Concert

Level 42
25 October (6:45 PM)

Concert

Caro Emerald
31 October (6:45 PM)

Concert

Billy Ocean
27 November (6:45 PM)

Concert

Mylan
30 August (8:00 PM)