• The official guide to London’s Royal Albert Hall, one of the most famous stages in the world • Provides unique insight into the history and daily running of the Hall and the celebrities who have graced its stage • Stunning new photography and striking design make this an attractive souvenir for anyone who has enjoyed a performance at the Royal Albert Hall Embedded in the fabric of London since 1871, 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. This official guide 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. It makes a perfect accompaniment to the many guided tours the Hall offers, or an attractive souvenir, providing a detailed insight into this iconic building and its unrivalled programme of events.
|Publisher:||Scala Arts Publishers Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.62(w) x 8.67(h) x 0.22(d)|
About the Author
Travis Elborough is an established author, a reviewer for The Guardian and a contributor to New Statesman, The Sunday Times and The Oldie.