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Royal Albert Hall offers more things to do in London

Published: Friday 19th of March 2010

The Royal Albert Hall and the Royal College of Music are to collaborate to offer a new series of concerts, those looking for things to do in London may be interested to discover.

The first of these will be taking place on April 4th, featuring vocal and piano pair Paula Sides and Kumi Matsuo, and will continue regularly for three months.

Hosted in the recently re-opened Elgar Room, the Classical Coffee Mornings could be the perfect opportunity for those looking for things to do in London to experience a slice of culture.

Lucy Noble, head of programming at the Royal Albert Hall, claimed that she was very excited by the series of concerts.

She said: "This continues the Elgar Room's diverse 2010 season and I am thrilled that we are able to develop our programme in support of these young artists."

In other news, the Royal Albert Hall has a number of new shows planned for the next few weeks which could be perfect for those looking for things to do in London.

Them Crooked Vultures are playing the venue on March 22nd, while a comedy show including Jimmy Carr, Rhod Gilbert and Noel Fielding is also pencilled in that week.

Posted by Samantha Reed

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