Among the hundreds of famous venues, picture houses and theatres throughout London, The Royal Albert Hall is one of the most famous. This iconic concert hall is one of the most renowned performance arenas in the world and has hosted a huge list of famous faces from the all corners of the entertainment business.
Located in the north of Kensington, The Royal Albert Hall is also the location of the annual Prom, which is returning this year with an extensive list of star performers. To make sure you don’t miss out on anything good during your time at the Park Grand London hotel, we’ve put together this helpful list of the best upcoming performances at the Royal Albert Hall.
Storytelling and music sessions for kids
9 May – 17 October 2017: 10am, 11am, 12pm
If you have any children under the age of 5 and you’re planning to bring them along on your trip to London, this is a great opportunity to capture their imaginations and get them interested in the magic of music. Take advantage of our budget accommodation London and head over to The Royal Albert Hall with the kids any time from now until October 17 to take advantage of these wonderful sessions. Experienced musicians and storytellers Paul Rubinstein and Becky Dixon will get you and your kids involved as they encourage interaction through music and imagination.
Sunday 17 September 2017, Doors: 6:45pm, Starts: 7:30pm
The famous Scottish pop rock group are set to headline The Royal Albert Hall this September to entertain audiences with their unique brand of music. The set list will feature many tracks from the band’s latest album, Jump On Board. After a number of years on hiatus, the band reformed in 2013 and since then has released two more albums. The powerful vocals from lead singer, Sharleen Spiteri have led to critical acclaim and a number of hit singles. Be sure to book tickets at the same time as booking into our budget accommodation London, if you want to catch this one-off performance at the historic Royal.
Wilko Johnson Band: 30th Anniversary
Tuesday 26 September 2017, Doors: 6:45pm, Starts: 7:30pm
This one-off gig is a double celebration in honour of the band’s 30th anniversary and the 70th birthday of the legendary Wilko Johnson. The classic rhythm and blues group have been getting crowds up and dancing for decades with their music and this September you have the chance to see a performances like no other. The ‘people’s poet’, Dr John Cooper Clarke will be supporting the group with his unique brand of poetry and social commentary. This celebration promises to be one of the best events this year and isn’t one you’ll want to miss.
Friday 29 September 2017, Doors: 6:45pm, Starts: 7:30pm
This September the Royal Albert Hall will welcome one of the hottest young music stars as he makes his debut appearance. After his collaboration with Drake, this Nigerian-born singer was propelled to stardom and has since gained critical acclaim for his unique music that combines hip-hop, Afro-beat and reggae. For an energetic night of dancing and singing, be sure to book your tickets and check out the show.