Coming to a show at the Hall between 1 May – 7 June? Don’t miss’s The Main Stage photography exhibition, celebrating music’s greatest performers, icons and influencers. Head to Ground Floor Amphi Corridor to see the iconic shots.

Bruce Springsteen © Lex Van Rossen
Bruce Springsteen
© Lex Van Rossen

Sex Pistols © Ray Stevenson
Sex Pistols
© Ray Stevenson

All images have been taken by’s world renowned collective of music photographers and include stunning shots of Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Oasis, Blondie, The Rolling Stones, Kate Bush and many more iconic artists.

The exhibition will be on display in the Royal Albert Hall’s Amphi Corridor, and can be viewed when attending a performance here between Tuesday 1 May and Thursday 7 June or on the following free open days:

Saturday 5 May, 10am-12pm
Sunday 13 May, 10am-12pm
Saturday 2 June, 10am-12pm
Sunday 3 June, 10am-4pm

Led Zeppelin © Bob Gruenalt
Led Zeppelin
© Bob Gruenalt

The exhibition showcases classic moments on and off stage, shot during the musicians’ careers, and includes rare and previously unseen images of some of rock’s greatest bands.

Kate Bush © Max Browne
Kate Bush
© Max Browne

Inspired by the digital revolution, photographer Jill Furmanovsky registered a website called in 1998. The goal was to to make her work, and that of other rock photographers and visual artists, more accessible to fans and collectors.

Amy Winehouse © Jill Furmanovsky
Amy Winehouse
© Jill Furmanovsky

Grace Jones © Lex Van Rossen
Grace Jones
© Lex Van Rossen

The Who © Ray Stevenson
The Who
© Ray Stevenson

Main image: Keith Richards © Jorgen Angel