Royal Albert Hall (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... ticket company won't send them about) then you simply queue at the collection desk. The desk opens a short time before the auditorium doors open and is situated in the Box Office hall. On the day we were there, there seemed to be a few members of staff around being quite helpful. The RAH is situated in Kensington Gore, on the edge of Hyde Park. If you arrive by tube then there are several tube stations you can use - Knightsbridge, South Kensington, Gloucester Road and High Street Kensington - each are roughly the same distance from the RAH, although I chose to use Knightsbridge station as you can just follow the A315 road to get to and fr... more
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by - written on 04/06/09 (Very useful, 293 readings)
I've been to a number of concerts and events in London, but had never been to the Royal Albert Hall, that was until I went to see John Barrowman there on Monday 1th June 2009. Tickets for John Barrowman's concert at the Royal Albert Hall (from here on in known as the RAH, for simplicity) were available through the usual big ticket sellers (SeeTickets and Ticketmaster) as well as directly through the RAH (online, by phone or in person). I ordered my ticket through Ticketmaster back in December 2008 and it arrived in plenty of time, where as my friend from Hungary had to collect hers. Collecting tickets from the RAH on the day of the event is easy and ... Read the complete review
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