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London Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall London

Royal Albert Hall is located in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster, London, England and is very popular for conducting the yearly summer Proms concerts ever since 1941. The London Royal Albert Hall was originally believed to be named as the Central Hall of Arts and Sciences. The name was transformed by Queen Victoria to Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences when laying the base stone as a devotion to her husband and companion, Prince Albert.

The London Royal Albert Hall presents over 350 concerts together with traditional concerts, rock and pop, ballet and opera, tennis, reward ceremonials, school and society events, charity acts and exclusive banquets. The Albert hall has two box entrances and separate entries on either side for the balcony, the gallery with amphitheatrically constructed interior. The Royal Albert Hall in London ranks a No. 1 venue entirely for concerts. At the apex of the hall is the picture gallery, able of accommodating 2,000 persons, and used on normal instances as a walkway. There are hydraulic lifts to the upper floor. In total the entire hall can house roughly about 8,000 spectators at a time.

One can effortlessly reach the London Royal Albert Hall from High Street Kensington tube station, following High Street Kensington into Kensington Gore where the hall falls on the right side. Parking is a bit limited around the Albert Hall. But, a small number of spaces are available at the Imperial College car park situated close by. Children below five are usually not allowed. Children aged five and over must have a full price ticket. At the Royal Albert Hall in London distinct from the usual London theatres, the stalls are not at the front - they are the first raised level on top of the arena area. The Royal Albert Hall in London is as well one of the most visited attractions of London by the visitors.

Visiting the London Royal Albert Hall:

Address: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7589 8212

Nearest Underground Stations:
South Kensington Tube (12 minutes)
Gloucester Road Tube (12 minutes)

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What's on at Royal Albert Hall, London:

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Various Dates
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra makes a flourishing return to perform a series of themed concerts: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. ...
Cirque Du Soleil - Quidam
Cirque Du Soleil - Quidam
4th Jan - 9th Feb '14
Cirque du Soleil is excited to announce that the company is limbering up to bring its awe-inspiring production Quidam for four nights to the Royal Albert Hall...
Russell Howard - The Wondebox
Russell Howard - The Wondebox at Royal Albert Hall
14th - 17th Apr '14
Russell Howard the well-known comedian of Mock the Week and Russell Howard's Good News fame return to London with his brand new show The Wonderbox at three most famous venues Wembley Arena, The O2 and Royal Albert Hall. Adding select extra dates to his hugely popular 'The Wonderbox' tour, Russell Howard...
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Enjoy the annual summer Proms concerts at the Royal Albert Hall London!