REVIEW: Symphonic Queen, Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra brilliantly capture the dramatic and almost operatic qualities of some of Queen’s biggest hits in this immensely enjoyable concert. With the release of Bohemian Rhapsody last year and with the news that Queen will be touring the UK once more next year, it seems the public can’t get enough of the… Read More

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NEWS: Cirque du Soleil Announces Two Week Extension of Luzia at Royal Albert Hall

Due to popular demand, Cirque du Soleil has confirmed the show will now book at the Royal Albert Hall until the 1st March 2020. Cirque du Soleil’s Luzia is set to make its European debut at the Royal Albert Hall from the 12th January 2020, while also marking the company’s 30th anniversary in the UK.… Read More

NEWS: Cirque du Soleil’s Luzia to Make European Debut at the Royal Albert Hall

The production will play at the venue from the 12th January to mark the company’s 30th anniversary in the UK. Cirque du Soleil will return to the Royal Albert Hall in 2020 with its production of Luzia a waking dream of Mexico, being performed in the UK for the first time. The arrival of Luzia… Read More

NEWS: Cirque du Soleil Extends Totem Run at Royal Albert Hall

Due to popular demand, Cirque du Soleil has announced it is extending its run of Totem at the Royal Albert Hall for an extra two weeks.  The news of the latest tickets for the additional two week run at the Royal Albert Hall will mean that Totem will now complete its run at the venue… Read More

REVIEW: Carlos Acosta: A Celebration, Royal Albert Hall

Covering all aspects of his career, this performance  celebrating Carlos Acosta’s thirty years in dance was mesmerising from beginning to end.  From the quiet and understated performance of Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Mermaid all the way through to Carlos Acosta’s passionate and dramatic interpretation of Carmen, this celebration of the dancer and choreographer’s rich and varied… Read More

NEWS: Royal Albert Hall to Present Semi-Staged Production of Guys & Dolls

The Royal Albert Hall is set to present a semi-staged production of the classic musical for three performances only on the 19th and 20th October.  Featuring classic songs such as ‘Luck Be a Lady’, ‘Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat’ and ‘My Time of Day’, this new semi-staged production will be directed and choreographed by… Read More

NEWS: Cirque Du Soleil to Return to London with Totem in 2019

It has been announced that Cirque du Soleil  will return to London in 2019 with its hit show Totem, playing at the Royal Albert Hall from the 12th January.  Approaching its 10th anniversary since it first started touring, Cirque Du Soleil’s Totem will return to London from the 12th January until the 9th February 2019. Totem… Read More

NEWS: Programme Announced for Carlos Acosta: A Celebration at the Royal Albert Hall

Marking the internationally acclaimed dancer’s 30 year career, the programme for Carlos Acosta’s upcoming performances at the Royal Albert Hall has been announced.  Performing at the Royal Albert Hall from the 2nd to the 5th October, Carlos Acosta has confirmed the programme that he will be performing alongside his company Acosta Danza for four performances only. The… Read More

NEWS: Further Guests Added to Space Shambles at the Royal Albert Hall

More special guests have been announced to join  Robin Ince and Chris Hadfield’s Space Shambles at the Royal Albert Hall on the 15th June.  Combining comedy, science and music, Space Shambles arrives at the Royal Albert Hall next month, with space scientist Prof Monica Grady, acclaimed stand-up Stewart Lee and folk singer-songwriter Grace Petrie have been confirmed as the latest acts for the show, a headline… Read More

REVIEW: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in Concert, Royal Albert Hall

Harry Potter’s second adventure, featuring the instantly recognisable score composed by John Williams, is given new depth thanks to the performances of the English Chamber Choir and BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Justin Freer.  The Harry Potter fans were certainly out in force for last night’s performance of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets… Read More