The Royal Albert Hall is a historical concert hall in London in the neighborhood of Knightsbridge in the City of Westminster. It is most famous for hosting The Proms since 1941; Which is a classical music festival that lasts eight weeks in summer. The last night of the festival is aired on TV, with the most popular classic music.
The ticket price varies as you will see, but is quite reasonable for London. The cheapest are around 15 pounds. There have also been also very expensive special events such as Corrs St. Patrick's Day, The Who in 2000, The Cure, etc.
Open since 1871, the Royal Albert Hall was inaugurated by Queen Victoria, and it's name is in memory of her husband Prince Albert.