- 1st May 2016
Family Concert: Heroes & Villains (Peter and the Wolf meet Darth Vader and 007!)
John Keys (Nottingham) & John Holmes (narrator)
Tickets available from the Royal Centre Box Office
- 5th June 2016 – The ‘NEAT 16’ recital
David Butterworth (Nottingham)
- 10th July 2016 – The Jim Lodge recital
John Kitchen (Edinburgh)
- 7th August 2016
Simon Gledhill (London theatre organist)
- 9th October 2016
Ashley Grote (Norwich Cathedral)
- 23rd October 2016 – Anniversary concert
Heroic Music for organ and brass
John Keys (Nottingham) & Pro Musica Brass Ensemble
Tickets will be available from the Royal Centre Box Office
All concerts start at 2.45pm.
Tickets for the 1st May concert are available from the Royal Centre Box Office: adults £6, Royal Centre GO card holders £3, under-18s free (but ticket required). May also be bought at the door on the day.
Tickets for the 23rd October concert will also be available from the Royal Centre Box Office: adults £10, Royal Centre GO card holders £5, under-18s free (but ticket required).
For the other concerts admission will be by programme: £6 at the door, under-18s admission free.
There is usually an introductory talk before the concert with the soloist at 2.15 pm in the Balmoral Room, adjacent to the Great Hall where the organ is situated.
Programmes with full details and programme notes are available free of charge.
Disclaimer. Details of artists and programmes are correct at the time of going to press but may be subject to late alteration.
Why not join us for lunch at 1 o’clock? Two courses for £9.00 but advance booking is essential on 0115 950 0411. And please notify the Albert Hall if you are unable to come for lunch when you have already booked it.
Location. The Albert Hall is situated on North Circus Street, opposite St Barnabas RC Cathedral and just round the corner from the Nottingham Playhouse [map].
Parking. Sunday on-street parking in the Albert Hall area is simple and cheap. Provided you park in Zone 2 or Zone 3 (marked Z2 or Z3 on indicator posts) you can have unlimited parking for £1. However neither the Binns Organ Trust nor the Albert Hall can be held responsible if you incur a fine, so you must check the meter to see that you are in the correct zone and are paying the correct fee. (This information is correct at the time of writing). Further information can be found at http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/article/23459/On-Street-City-Centre-Parking
If you prefer (or need) to use a multi-storey car park, it may be possible to obtain a reduction if you use the St James’s Street or Mount Street car parks. Simply ask at the Albert Hall for a supplementary ticket which, presented with your car park ticket on exit, will – depending on the length of your stay – ensure you’re charged at a lower rate.