The great Albert Einstein was born 138 years ago today!
In October 1933, the German theoretical physicist gave his final speech on European soil in the Royal Albert Hall, before leaving for America just four days later.
Last night a long-standing Royal Albert Hall record was broken!
On the ninth show of his ten-night residency, Russell Howard broke the venue record for the most consecutive performances by an artist - a record previously held by Frank Sinatra and Barry Manilow. Congratulations Russell!
What were you doing during the summer of '67? Some of us remember, some of us can't, and some of us weren't even born; but today we all feel the legacy of this pivotal moment in cultural history.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, we're celebrating the counterculture movement with a series of performances, talks and screenings in our Elgar Room. The first events have just... View details ⇨
Congratulations to Her Majesty The Queen on her Sapphire Jubilee, having acceded to the throne, becoming our Royal Patron, 65 years ago today! To celebrate this special day we've picked out some of her most memorable visits to the Hall.
Cirque du Soleil’s dazzling Amaluna has come to the Hall, presenting new and exciting challenges for the cast. We went behind the scenes with the crew to find out about the challenges of preparing for the show:
It's that time of year again! Cirque du Soleil returns to the Royal Albert Hall, on Thursday 12 January – Sunday 26 February 2017, with their breathtaking Amaluna - Cirque Du Soleil. Got your ticket? [ Bit.ly Link ]