Royal Albert Hall re-opens on 29 May 2021!

Good news! The Royal Albert Hall, closed to audiences since 17 March 2020, has announced that will be reopening on 29 May 2021, starting with the 150th anniversary celebrations.

 

Read more:

https://www.royalalberthall.com/about-the-hall/news/2021/may/royal-albert-hall-prepares-to-mark-its-150th-re-opening-on-29-may-full-capacity-from-6-july/

 

“The Royal Albert Hall’s 150th anniversary celebrations will properly begin on 29 May, as audiences return to the venue for socially-distanced events.

 

A typically eclectic programme for the first week includes family concerts led by the in-house Albert’s Band, the Royal Choral Society singing Handel’s Messiah – an annual tradition since 1876 – and events spotlighting country music and ballet.

 

Subject to the next stage of the government’s roadmap going ahead as planned, the Hall will then re-open to the public with full capacity from 6 July. Aside from staging three 1,000-capacity events in December, the venue has been closed to audiences since 17 March 2020.”

 

You can read more about the Hall’s much-anticipated birthday show on Monday 19 July, ‘David Arnold’s A Circle of Sound’ here:

https://soundtrackfest.com/en/news/royal-albert-hall-150th-birthday-concert-david-arnolds-a-circle-of-sound-postponed/

 

More film music-related events at the Royal Albert Hall:

https://soundtrackfest.com/en/tag/royal-albert-hall-en/

 

Official website:

https://www.royalalberthall.com/