On almost thirty different occasions between 1908 and 1918, the Hall found itself at the front line of the women’s struggle, representing both the Suffragists and Suffragettes campaigners, as well as the National League for Opposing Women’s Suffrage.
In 1916 the British composer Hubert Parry wrote a song that has become England’s unofficial Nat…
This beautiful fan-shaped Programme was a new acquisition for the Royal Albert Hall’s Archives and…
The Salvation Army are this month celebrating 150 years as an organisation with a series of events a…
How a women's suffrage campaigner made headlines around the world in a protest at the Royal Albert Hall.
A huge rally at the Hall encouraging young men to join the war effort.
Find out more about one of the first great wartime fundraising concerts at the Hall.
Read about change in music played at the Hall as the war progressed: from the cheering and patriotic music in 1914 to the sombre and reflective music at the end of the war.
The last ball held at the Hall before the outbreak of the First World War was a memorable occasion for a number of reasons.
Exploring the century-old connections between Mr Selfridge and the Royal Albert Hall.