Royal Albert Hall
Concert Hall, Event Space
- The acoustics here were once so bad, it was said this was the only venue where a composer could be sure of hearing his work twice. It was corrected in 1969 by putting diffusing discs on the ceiling.
- Built as a memorial to Queen Victoria's husband in 1871, the Royal Albert Hall's vast rotunda was once described by the monarch as looking like 'the British constitution'.
- The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra plays here in this fabulous venue, also home to the BBC Proms each summer. All sorts of other music, comedy and sport (!) too.
- Go to the Royal Albert Hall. Queue up for a 5 Promming ticket. Experience the amazing BBC Proms from the best place in the house.
- Pre order drinks for interval
- Best place in London to listen to music....if you have to site down!
- The Ignite brunch at the Royal Albert Hall may not be the most culinary impressive, but the setting and live entertainment make it special. Each session includes performances from talented musicians.
- Holding concerts of The Beatles and Led Zeppelin, and events attended by personalities like The Queen and the Dalai Lama, this hall never fails to hold great shows. Box Office open 9am - 9pm daily.
- To the most fair weather of British music fans, the RAH is, and always will be, synonymous with the last night of the Proms, and all that goes with it.
- "Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall".
- Always will be one of the worlds finest concert halls and home for over 100 years to the World's greatest classical music festival, the BBC Proms.
- The 1968 Eurovision Song Contest was held here, touch the walls and get connected to the Eurovision history. Then take a photo and share the experience!
- Get a cheap restricted view ticket if it's just the music you're into :p
- The best house for shows in London
- Beautiful building
- Newly renovated Cafe Bar on the ground floor. Perfect for a light bite and drinks! Reasonable pricing too.
- Uma das melhores salas de concerto do mundo.
- Interestingly, the first building to be built top down
- Get seats in the choirs, you get a bands eye view of the hall and can watch the lightning conductors casting spells onb
- What song or type of music best reflects London? The Royal Park Hotel: "Classical: Richard Arnell (1917-2009) at Royal Albert Hall."