9781785510700

The Royal Albert Hall Official Souvenir Guide

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  • ISBN13:

    9781785510700

  • ISBN10:

    1785510703

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-12-20
  • Publisher: Scala Arts Publishers Inc.
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Summary

  • The fascinating history behind the world's most famous stage
  • Richly illustrated with new photography
  • The perfect souvenir for anyone who has enjoyed a performance at the Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is the world's most famous stage and embodies all that is fundamental to the arts inspiring, aspirational, and, most importantly, accessible. Embedded in the fabric of London since 1871, every year the Hall inspires millions of people through unforgettable experiences for artists and audiences alike.

This official guide to the Royal Albert Hall provides an illustrated account of the history of the building, the huge variety of events and people who have taken to the stage, and the Hall's ongoing work to create memories, change lives and provide inspiration through music.

The Royal Albert Hall guidebook is a perfect memento for visitors to the venue, a gift for someone special, or an accompaniment to the many guided tours the Hall offers, providing a detailed insight into this iconic building and its unravalled program of events.

Author Biography

Travis Elborough is an established author, a reviewer for The Guardian and a contributor to New Statesman, The Sunday Times and The Oldie.

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