When it reopens after the lockdown, the Royal Albert Hall is hosting a trial event to test its reopening processes, with a cheap tickets organ recital.
And tickets cost just £10 per person, although there’s a minimum order of two tickets.
The organ recital, with organist Thomas Trotter will be the first public event held in the Hall’s auditorium since they closed our doors on 17 March.
There will be a very limited number of seats available for this show featuring a repertoire from J.S. Bach’s to Eric Coates and Edward Elgar played by the organist on the Hall’s huge 9,999-pipe Henry Willis organ.
The recital takes place on the day after the lockdown ends – Thursday 3rd December at 4pm.
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