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What's On: Children and Families

At the Royal Albert Hall we have a range of family friendly shows and events. Comedy, music, and bold and magical productions; interactive concerts featuring Albert’s Band; hands-on art workshops exploring the history of the Hall – there is something to fascinate and inspire children of every age.

Music and Storytelling

Storytelling and Music Sessions for 0-4 year olds

Most Wednesdays from 18 March

Storytelling and music sessions for babies and toddlers.
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Shh...Bang

Shh...Bang!

Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 May

Written and created by Peut-Etre Theatre, Shh...Bang! is a dance-theatre performance for children aged 3 and over, playfully exploring silence and noise.
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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking! (Junior Edition)

Thursday 28 May

Join Albert, the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science, for a lecture like none you’ve ever seen. Suitable for bright sparks of 6 years and up.
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Discover

Discover Art Deco Posters

Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 May

Go back in time to the 1920s at the Royal Albert Hall using the shapes, colours and styles displayed in our archive images to make your very own vintage
poster.                                                     
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Albert's Bands

Albert's Band presents:

Beside the Seaside

Friday 29 May

To celebrate the return of The Beach Boys to the Hall's main stage,  Albert's Band will be embarking on a musical journey to the seaside.                                                    
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Life at the Hall

LIFE AT THE HALL

Go behind the scenes at the Royal Albert Hall!

Learn about past, present and future Education projects at the Hall on the Hall's new microsite.

Visit life.royalalberthall.com