AIDA, LANG LANG, et. al. Set for Royal Albert Hall Performances

February 1
11:31 2012


Verdi's opera AIDA, pianist LANG LANG, FEIST, and more are set for upcoming performances at London's Royal Albert Hall. The full listing of performances includes:

AIDA - Thursday 23 February - Sunday 11 March

No opera matches the grandeur and spectacle of Verdi’s Aida. This stunning in-the-round production will recreate a world of eternal love within the ruins of Ancient Egypt. Sung in Italian with English surtitles.

VIP and corporate hospitality packages are available

There will be an audio-described performance on Saturday 3 March at 2.30pm

Tickets: £21.50 - £75

THE DUBLINERS - Tuesday 13 March, 7.30pm

Raise a glass to the Irish folk legends as they celebrate their 50th anniversary with a special show at the Hall.

Tickets: £25 - £42.50

GREAT CLASSICS: CHORAL FAVOURITES - Wednesday 14 March, 7.30pm

An evening of choral delights from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Tickets: £5 - £40

CLASSICAL SPECTACULAR - Thursday 15 – Sunday 18 March

Classical Spectacular returns with more of your favourite music, lights, lasers and special effects.

Tickets: £13.50 - £57.50

LANG LANG – BEETHOVEN PIANO CONCERTO CYCLE - Tuesday 20, Wednesday 21 & Friday 23 March, 7.45pm

For the first time ever in London, the pianist performs his complete Beethoven Piano Concerto cycle.

Tickets: £20 - £67.50


Around 2000 children from Redbridge schools perform music celebrating the forthcoming Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics.

Tickets available via

FEIST - Sunday 25 March, 7.30pm

The Canadian singer-songwriter returns to the Hall, following the release of her critically acclaimed new album Metals.

Tickets: £25 - £42.50 (returns only)

TEENAGE CANCER TRUST CONCERTS - Wednesday 28 March – Tuesday 3 April

Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Hall have been captivating crowds and raising millions for young people with cancer for over 10 years. The sell-out shows in 2011 included Beady Eye, Biffy Clyro, Jessie J and Tinie Tempah.

This year’s line-up is yet to be released, but will continue this tradition by featuring some of the biggest artists, bands and comedians in the world.



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