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Royal Albert Hall hosts top shows as thousands save on London attractions
Published: Friday 12th of February 2010
Several fantastic shows are set to wow audiences at London's Royal Albert Hall, with the prestigious venue hosting some of the most exciting things to do in London over the coming weeks.
Cirque de Soleil is one of the most entertaining things to see in London right now, with a show that fuses beauty and acrobatics to startling effect.
Visitors to the capital currently have their last chance to see the extraordinary spectacle, as its recent run is coming to an end with a final performance on February 14th – surely a memorable way for couples to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Next up, the Royal Albert Hall will be hosting a series of shows in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust, including a concert by rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures on March 22nd, followed by a performance from comedians Jimmy Carr, Rhod Gilbert and Noel Fielding the following evening.
Then there will be a concert from Britpop group Suede on March 24th, followed by two nights of performances from former Oasis man Noel Gallagher on March 25th and 26th.
The Royal Albert Hall, a Grade I listed building, dates back to 1871.
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