Join the Royal Albert Hall this half term for summer music, moustachioed science and time-travelling art for all the family:
Discover Art Deco Posters – Wednesday, 27 – Thursday 28 May 2015, Samsung Digital Classroom (10.00am-2.00pm)
Go back in time to the 1920s at the Royal Albert Hall using the shapes, colours and styles displayed in our archive images to make your very own vintage poster.
The workshops are for children aged 5-11 with tickets at £3.50 each. Subsidised tickets are also available. More information and ticketing can be found here
Albert Einstein: Relatively Speaking (Junior Edition) – Thursday, 28 May, Elgar Room (11.00am-2.30pm)
Join Albert, the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science, for a lecture like none you’ve ever seen. He is joined by his wives and mum on piano, and by guest rapper MC Squared, as he quantum leaps us through two world wars, the wurst sausage joke ever, and even some actual proper boffin-checked science.
Suitable for bright sparks of 6 years and up, tickets are £6 with subsidised tickets available. More information and tickets can be found here.
Albert’s Band Presents: Beside the Seaside – Friday, 29 May, Elgar Room (12.00pm-2.30pm)
To celebrate the return of The Beach Boys to the Hall’s main stage, the Royal Albert Hall’s resident Education & Outreach ensemble Albert’s Band will be embarking on a musical journey to the seaside for their summer half term family concerts.
Dress Code: Shorts and Shades. Child tickets are available for those aged 2-16 with under 2’s going free. More information and ticketing can be found here