Off Menu Live at London’s Royal Albert Hall: Full info on event start and finish times and special guests

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Ed Gamble and James Acaster will bring their popular podcast series to the Royal Albert Hall this week.

The Off Menu podcast will take over London’s Royal Albert Hall this week. Comedians Ed Gamble and James Acaster will bring their dream restaurant series the capital on Monday (October 9) and Tuesday (October 10).

The series’ upcoming show at the Royal Albert Hall will not be the podcast’s first live show in London. Ed Gamble and James Acaster also hosted a live run of the show in the city at the Southbank Centre in 2021.

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Gamble and Acaster will also host a live show of the Off Menu series in London in November. The pair will be back in front of capital audiences as they talk all things food at the London Palladium.

Here’s everything Off Menu fans need to know about the podcast series’ upcoming shows at the Royal Albert Hall.

Door opening times for Off Menu Live at the Royal Albert Hall

As stated on the Royal Albert Hall website, doors to the venue’s Auditorium, where Off Menu hosts Ed Gamble and James Acaster will quiz a special guest about their dream cuisine, will open at 6.45pm.

Full show times for Off Menu Live at the Royal Albert Hall

  • 7.30pm - Off Menu Live starts
  • 8.10pm - Interval (25 minutes)
  • 8.35pm - Off Menu Live starts again

Who are the special guests for the Off Menu Live at the Royal Albert Hall shows?

The special guest for the Off Menu Live first night at the Royal Albert Hall has been confirmed to be Welsh comedian and broadcaster Elis James. On the second evening, Ed Gamble and James Acaster will welcome comedian and actor Mathew Baynton to discuss all things food.

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When is Off Menu Live at the Royal Albert Hall expected to finish?

The Off Menu Live shows at the Royal Albert Hall are expected to wrap up around 9.50pm.

What is the nearest station to Off Menu Live at the Royal Albert Hall?

  • South Kensington - 7-minute walk
  • Gloucester Road - 15-minute walk 
  • Knightsbridge - 20-minute walk

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