We are so sorry that in these testing and difficult times you are not able to enjoy a visit to our theatre. In line with UK Government guidelines, The Albert Hall has closed until further notice. This is presently up to, and including Friday 1st January 2021.
All 2020 events have been cancelled. Should you have booked tickets for an event that has been cancelled, please contact your point of purchase.
We will be following the guidelines closely, and not raising the curtains, and opening our doors again until, we have received clarification that it is safe to do so.
The health and well-being of our patrons, volunteers, and performers is our top priority, and we will do our best to ensure everyone is kept safe.
Please be assured that we are monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak very closely, taking guidance from the UK Government.
With the cancellation of the 2020 bookings, our income has completely stopped, and after installing a new boiler system in 2019, our reserves were depleted. You can support us at: http:thealberthall.co.uk/donate
For now, we would like to thank you for your ongoing support and patience in these uncertain times. Our thanks also go to all Key Workers, who are working on the frontline, keeping us all safe.
We look forward to reopening our doors and welcoming you back soon.
With our best wishes,
The Albert Hall Management Committee
The Albert Hall took part in #LightItInRed on 6th July, and #WeMakeEvents on 11th August, as part of a national campaign, united with over 500 Venues around the UK. Read more at the County Times.
Cancelled Events: *ALL 2020 EVENTS NOW CANCELLED*
September 10th - Hell of a Show
September 11th - Your Song
October 1st - The Jerseys
Refunds: If you bought your ticket through the Albert Hall’s online ticketing system, TicketSource, you will be automatically refunded.
If you bought your tickets from Coversure, please contact them directly.
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