As you’ve probably seen from the Latest News page, we are delighted to be able to release some reissued tickets for the London shows at the Royal Albert Hall.
Thanks to the dedication of Royal Albert Hall staff, who have been monitoring eBay, closing auctions and encouraging people to return their unwanted tickets instead of reselling them (so that they may be reissued and give fans the chance to attend a concert when they thought they had missed out), we can now give you advance warning that these tickets will be going on sale on Monday 27 February.
You can only get them from the Royal Albert Hall’s Box Office. Their telephone number is 020 7589 8212 and staff will be available to take your calls from 9am. You can also order online.
Apologies for previously suggesting a trip to the Box Office – this won’t now be necessary.
For further details, please see the Royal Albert Hall website.
There are tickets for each of the three shows (so that’s Monday 29 May, Tuesday 30 May and Wednesday 31 May), the majority of which are in the ‘choir’ section of the stage, so you will be behind the musicians.
You can see a seating chart here.
Unless you are sure about purchasing these tickets, please do not contact the Box Office on Monday morning. These tickets are not returnable and we only offer them now because of our efforts against individual sellers who have been caught trying to sell their tickets in order to profit from them (and also because so many people from outside the UK purchased tickets that they found they could not make use of, and nobody wanted there to be any empty seats). We will not be giving refunds in return for these tickets, so do not buy unless you are certain that you can attend.
Please note that all of the above refers to the three London shows only and does not apply to any other venue. We will, of course, let you know if we hear of any other tickets going on sale for any venue worldwide, so please do not ask us for details. We will let you know the details when we have them.
The very best of luck to everyone who hopes to snap up a pair of tickets, and hats off to the hard-working staff at the Royal Albert Hall who have made this possible.