The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most famous stages in England, maybe even in the world.
Among the over 300 events hosted every year are comedy gigs, pop concerts and classical concerts, including the BBC Proms and the Teenage Cancer Trust Shows and even the Cirque du Soleil.
The Hall got its name from Queen Victoria’s husband when it was built in 1871. It was built to fulfil Prince Albert’s vision of a hall used to promote the appreciation of art and sciences within a district of museums and exhibitions. As a centre of learning, the Royal Albert Hall also houses exhibitions, some of which are free, even without attending a show. There is more information on future exhibitions and shows in the Royal Alber Hall on the official website.
There are regular themed tours exploring the Hall through the eyes of the Victorians or take a look at the workings behind the scenes. As a group of 15 or more, you can also book a private tour of the Royal Albert Hall. Be aware though that all group tours need to be booked well in advance in order to get the best experience possible.
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