After a year away, the Royal Albert Hall is thrilled to open its doors for another sparkling Christmas season. Marking their 150th anniversary as the home of Christmas in London, this iconic venue has a programme full of festive fun to enjoy with your friends and family. With more than 50 performances across 27 days, this London landmark will be brimming with Christmas cheer this season.
New shows for 2021 include an evening with international opera star Jonas Kaufmann, an in-concert screening of movie classic The Muppet Christmas Carol, and a special Royal Albert Hall edition of variety show Christmas Compendium of Reason – hosted by Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince.
And the season features many classic favourites including Carols at the Royal Albert Hall, The Nutcracker, the London Community Gospel Choir, My Christmas Orchestral Adventure, Royal Choral Society, and Handel’s Messiah – which has been performed at the Hall since 1871.
And Father Christmas at the Hall will feature, with storytime sessions running up to 9 times a day from 2-21 December. Other shows in the Hall’s smaller spaces include Christmas jazz evenings with Earl Okin and The Shirt Tail Stompers, and an evening with the Jason Frederick Cinematic Trio celebrating Vince Guaraldi’s music from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
If you are interested in any of these events then contact the concierge to find out more information or to arrange tickets for your attendance.
Prices may or may not include VAT & Booking Fees. These are capped at 22.8% + £0.20 per order. Offers, Tickets, Features or Access may be limited to eligible members only. Always read article fully or ask the concierge for more information.
Tickets are priced at £25 per person for members or £35 per person (sold in pairs) for clients. Please contact The Lexo Club Concierge for more information regarding this event or to make a booking...