E-tickets with seat details will be emailed to customers by 25 May 2023. Group bookings must be booked together, if you purchase the tickets in different transactions you will not be seated together.
Experience the European Premiere of Black Panther in Concert as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s Films in Concert series. With the Chineke! Orchestra and special guest Massamba Diop, talking drum soloist, who performed on the original score.
In 2018, Marvel Studios’ ‘Black Panther’ quickly became a global sensation and cultural phenomenon, showing a new dimension of what Super Hero films could be. Relive the excitement of T’Challa becoming king and battling Killmonger all while a live orchestra performs Ludwig Göransson’s Oscar® and Grammy®-winning score live to picture.
The Chineke! Foundation was founded in 2015 by the double bass player, Chi-chi Nwanoku CBE, to provide career opportunities for young black and ethnically diverse classical musicians in the UK and Europe. Chineke!’s mission is, “championing change and celebrating diversity in classical music”.
Join us for the European premiere of Handel’s Messiah, as you’ve never heard before! The Gospel Messiah is Handel’s perennial Christmas and Easter favourite re-imagined, with its recognisable arias,...
Urban music pioneer Trevor Nelson curates a live soul show for the Royal Albert Hall this Christmas. The award-winning BBC Radio 2 and Radio 1Xtra DJ is a household name across the UK and is a champ...
Five-time Grammy Award-winner Angélique Kidjo returns to the Royal Albert Hall for a celebration of her 40-year career, performing her greatest hits accompanied by the Chineke! Orchestra, conducted by ...
Following a sell-out show in 2019, acclaimed musician and composer Nitin Sawhney returns in 2023 for a headline concert as part of Journeys, a festival celebrating diverse journeys and identity through...
Join the London Community Gospel Choir for an evening of uplifting festive tunes and seasonal fun with special guests! After a dazzling 40th anniversary concert in 2022, the choir returns for the 20...
What better way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Jurassic Park than seeing the film projected in HD, with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra performing John Williams’ iconic score live-to-pic...