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One of the United Kingdom’s most distinguished and celebrated buildings is the Royal Albert Hall. Located on the northern edge of South Kensington, London, the hall is a cultural phenomenon, holding more than 390 shows in the main auditorium annually.
Opened in 1871 by Queen Victoria, the hall is most famous for holding the BBC Proms series of classical music concerts culminating with the Last Night of the Proms, held every summer since 1941.
Within its jam-packed schedule, there is an event that will suit everyone, from carols, ballet, classical, and modern music to the ATP Champions Tour, Cirque du Soleil, Brit Awards and even graduation ceremonies.
Thanks to the eclectic schedule, the Royal Albert Hall has become synonymous with English culture, and whether or not you enjoy it in the stalls, with a private box, or with added hospitality extras, the grandeur and sense of occasion will never fail to impress.
The hall was named by Queen Victoria in 1871, in memory of her late husband, Prince Albert.