Albert Hall presents The Show Must Go On feat. Crazy P, Craig Charles and more

After seven months of hibernation, music and entertainment will return to the stunning  grandeur of Albert Hall. The team behind the iconic venue are proud to announce – The  Show Must Go On – a special event and show schedule announcement as they reopen  in October, with a new socially-distanced, seated, and safety focused set-up.  

Headlining the series is one of Albert Hall’s musical treasures – Crazy P – who on Saturday 17th October will perform their truly unique and incredible live show. Electronic, 

melodic, beats and disco all flow through the now legendary live shows, which see the  three members joined on stage by Matt Klose on drums and Tim Davies on bass.  

On Friday 30th October 2020, Craig Charles will be the special guest in Albert Hall,  bringing the sounds from the BBC 6 Music airwaves with his Craig Charles Funk and  Soul Club, live from the stage. On Saturday 31st October, Paul Taylor will host his  RETRO night. Since those early days in the UK, Paul has built up a reputation as the DJ  who is passionate about his music – knowing exactly what the people want. Full line-up  info coming soon! 

Albert Hall also presents Musik Halle, an evening of Bier, Brats and Musik in their  beloved Wesleyan Chapel. Hosted by Haus DJ’s and their superstar promenaders, there  will also be a curated bier list with the likes of Steigl, Paulaner and Manchester Rein as  well as cocktails from their friends downstairs at Albert’s Schloss. The Cook Haus heroes  will be dishing up Brats and Manchester’s Biggest Sausage from their Street Food stall  and live entertainment from the Haus DJ’s all night long. 

Alongside the programmed series of Musik Halle events, there will be a Drag Brunch and much more to be announced.  

Albert Hall will still have the same electric atmosphere and production just with a different  layout. Albert Hall will become a 400-capacity venue, which will be fully seated with table  service and a digital bar with contactless ordering.  

After meticulous planning and adhering to all of the government’s guidelines, the new  layout will include tables of 2 and 4 set on the mezzanine, while the main floor will host  tables of 5-6 guests – all guests must be from the same household in-line with current  local rulings. There will also be the introduction of table service and QR codes to  minimise contact between guests and staff. When purchasing a ticket there will be drink  package add-on options, so guests can have drinks ready on their table on arrival.

Tickets must be purchased in advance and are on sale here:

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