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


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.

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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.