As part of the Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film, watch an 60th anniversary screening of the film most often linked with our cinematic history – Alfred Hitchcock’s classic The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956).
The suspenseful thriller, starring James Stewart and Doris Day, sees a family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumbling on an assassination plot due to take place in the Royal Albert Hall, which the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering with.
Ticket includes screening plus an expert post-show talk on Hitchcock and his history with Royal Albert Hall. Additional add-on location tours will also be available to ticket holders (timings to be confirmed).
Customers who have bought tickets to this event are able to receive a 20% discount in Verdi – Italian Kitchen. To redeem please show your ticket when ordering.
Not applicable to Afternoon Tea or set menus. Please note Verdi is open Tuesday to Sunday from 12 noon until 9pm (subject to change).
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- Rated certificate PG
- Entry via Door 6
- Buy a ticket and enjoy 20% off in Verdi - Italian Kitchen
The Royal Albert Hall’s Festival of Film (27 October – 6 November) celebrates magic of the movies, while shining a spotlight on cinema’s most stunning scores.
This event is part of our Beyond the Main Stage season. Step beyond the main stage and discover a world of intimate shows under the roof of London’s most iconic venue.