Salle de concert
Royal Albert Hall
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Built in the form of an amphitheater, this is surely the most spectacular venue in London. It was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and dedicated to her late husband, Albert. This is the place to catch the legendary summer concert series, the BBC Proms. Sunday mornings, they host intimate concerts by rising stars from the neighboring Royal College of Music. If you are interested in seeing more, ask about the sightseeing tours that teach a bit more about the history of the building.
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An evening out that you'll never forget is guaranteed in this world-renowned concert hall. With 390 shows on offer each year, you'll be blown away by any spectacle held here regardless of the genre.
Stunning Victorian building with the world famous round scene and amazing programme of concerts and entertainment throughout the year.
A renowned music hall walking distance from you, where major names in music from Beatles to BBC orchestra performed. Check their website to the current programme
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