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    We’re delighted to welcome the Winner of the Edinburgh Fringe Primary Times Children’s Choice Award 2017 to the Hall’s Elgar Room as part of the venue’s Space festival.

    A Strange New Space is Tessa Bide’s non-verbal, one-woman show aimed at children aged 4-10 years old, and follows the journey of space-obsessed Amira, who dreams of becoming an astronaut.

    One night, Amira’s imagination crash-lands into her reality when in the darkness, she must leave her hometown to go on an adventure to find a safe space. Hearing the words ‘space’ and ‘adventure’, Amira quickly packs her bag for the intergalactic trip she’s been waiting for…

    The show melds physical theatre with stunning puppetry and original music. We travel on an imagined voyage into space, paralleled with Amira’s real-life journey as a refugee across continents, forming an unforgettable introduction to theatre for young audiences.

    We want your visit to the Royal Albert Hall to be unforgettable for all the right reasons. Read our useful guide to bringing your young family to an event here.

  • Subsidised Tickets

    The Royal Albert Hall offers subsidised places for children and families to attend our events using the following criteria:

    • Children who are eligible for free school meals
    • Children who are looked after by the local authority or in foster care
    • Families who live in social housing
    • Families who are eligible for housing benefit

    To book these tickets, please call the Box Office on 020 7589 8212. Subject to availability.

  • Special Offers

    Customers who have bought tickets to this event are able to receive a 20% discount on food and drinks in Verdi – Italian Kitchen.

    To redeem, please show your ticket when ordering. The offer is not applicable to set menus, special packages, afternoon tea or live music brunch.

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