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Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP.

FAQs

Public transport

South Kensington (Piccadilly, Circle & District Lines – please note there are planned works at this station so check before you travel); Gloucester Road (Piccadilly, Circle & District Lines); High Street Kensington (Circle & District Lines)

Food and drink

Enjoy a wide range of food and drink from two and a half hours before each concert – see more information at royalalberthall.com

When will doors open?

Doors open 1 hour before the start of each concert (two and a half hours for restaurant and bar access) and 30 minutes before each late-night concert. Tickets and passes will be scanned upon entry. Please have them ready, one per person.

Latecomers

Latecomers will only be admitted if and when there is a suitable break in the performance.

Security

Please do not bring large bags to the Royal Albert Hall. All bags and visitors may be subject to security checks as a condition of entry.

Children under 5

Children under 5 are welcome at the CBeebies Proms (Proms 3 and 5) and the Relaxed Prom (Prom 24). Out of consideration for audience and artists, we recommend that children attending other Proms are aged 5 and over.

Is there a cloakroom?

Cloakroom available. A charge of £1.00 per item applies. Cloakroom season tickets, priced £20.40, are also available (conditions apply – see royalalberthall.com)

Accessibility

Dress code

Come as you are: there is no dress code at the Proms.

Proms merchandise and programmes

Merchandise is available at Doors 6 and 12 and on the Rausing Circle level at Doors 4 and 8. Programmes are on sale throughout the building. Merchandise and programmes are also available online
at shop.royalalberthall.com.