The legendary band deliver a mixed bag at this grand old venue
Former noisemakers are joined by orchestra in iconic venue to make for an atmospheric evening of epic contradictions
An endearing band whose tracks are given a new lease of life on stage
A new concert series will celebrate non-European classical traditions. It’s about time, says Michael Church
Gary Barlow is to release his first solo album in 14 years this November.
For a Led Zeppelin reunion refusenik, Robert Plant does perform an awful lot of material by the group who defined seventies rock in all its magnificence and occasional self-indulgence.
Frank Zappa vowed never to return to Britain unless he got an apology from the Queen after the Royal Albert Hall cancelled a musical performance of his notorious film score 200 Motels in 1971. Zappa did eventually return to the UK but died without getting an apology from anybody. Now there will be redress of a kind when the show is finally given its UK premiere.
Former hit TV show World of Sport (WOS) wrestling is set to return in a one-off event that will resurrect the once hugely popular Saturday afternoon programme.
A pensioner claiming to be a Catholic nun who sent envelopes containing white powder to parliamentary figures including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg was given a community order today.
Driven by religion plus a fascination with digitally-engineered sound, Jonathan Harvey has carved a most individual niche in contemporary music. His religion is of the mystical variety, drawing less on the Anglicanism of his youth than on the Buddhism he later embraced, finding expression in a series of ecstatic works.
Concerto for hairies and orchestra
School pupils are set to be taught a science lesson live on Facebook from the Royal Albert Hall.
Nathan Cleverly has pulled out of his WBO light-heavyweight title defence against Robin Krasniqi this month, because of a viral infection.
The people's favourites show they're still in a different class
Kate Winslet signed autographs as she walked the red carpet at the re-launch of the film that made her a star.
As austerity bites, the temples of culture will have to change and be at the centre of communities, says Nicholas Kenyon