Steven Wilson — at the Royal Albert Hall (Mar 2018)

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, Kensington Gore, Kensington, London51.501267 -0.177541
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0207 589 8212

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Prog-rock legend Steven Wilson is returning to the Royal Albert Hall on his To The Bone tour.

The tour is in support of his latest album which fuses driving futurist rock and spectral electronics with elegiac hyper-space ambience and dizzying, squalling guitars (we have no idea what all of that means, but that's what he's written on his promo and it sounds quite exciting).

Steven Wilson’s previous gigs in London were at Royal Albert Hall and Eventim Apollo.

 

Dr John – “The last time I went to the Royal Albert Hall was to see some Benjamin Britten at the Proms, which was top notch, as always. We only have the cheap seats up in the circle which is only 15 quid for me and my wife, but you get a great view up there where you can see the whole orchestra from back to front, and i prefer it to downstairs.”

pamHMRC – “One my Christmas must-dos is a visit to the Royal Albert Hall for one of the Christmas carols by candlelight concerts. They are truly magical, with everyone dressed up in period costume and the wonderful arena lit with flickering flames. I have never been to the Proms, but I am determined to go this year. One word of advice that I wil give you, though... If you are seated on the flat centre part of the hall then try not to sit near the back. I have made that mistake before, and becuase the floor is not sloped towards the stage (like they are in cinemas) the people at the back have a very poor view of what is going on. So I much prefer sitting upstairs or at one of the sides.”

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If you enjoy Royal Albert Hall then you might like to visit Barbican Hall (catch the train from South Kensington to Barbican Hall), Royal Festival Hall (catch the train from South Kensington to Royal Festival Hall) and Royal Opera House (catch the train from South Kensington to Royal Opera House)

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