Raye at the Royal Albert Hall: Full info on last-min tickets and set times

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Raye will perform a special one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall this week.

London’s Royal Albert Hall will welcome Raye for a special evening of music this week. The London-born singer will perform a special one-off show at the famous venue on Tuesday (September 26).

The Escapism hitmaker is set to add a classical touch to some of her songs as she takes to the Royal Albert Hall stage. For the one-night-only show, she will be joined by both an orchestra and a gospel choir.

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Raye has already taken the stages of many of her home city’s famous venues. From the O2 Arena to Wembley Stadium, the singer will now headline her own show at another of London’s well-known spots.

Here’s everything Raye fans need to know about her upcoming show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

Door opening times for Raye at the Royal Albert Hall

As stated on the Royal Albert Hall website, doors to the venue’s Auditorium, where Raye will perform, will open at 6.45pm.

Raye will perform a special one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall this week. Photo credit: Getty Images Raye will perform a special one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall this week. Photo credit: Getty Images
Raye will perform a special one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall this week. Photo credit: Getty Images | Getty Images

Full set times for Raye at the Royal Albert Hall - when show starts and finishes

  • 7.30pm - 8pm - Support act
  • 30-minute interval 
  • 8.30pm - 10.30pm - Raye 

Who is the support act for Raye at the Royal Albert Hall?

Raye will be supported by up-and-coming jazz musician Tara Lily. This is not the first time Tara Lily has supported Raye. The artist has performed at a few of her gigs and concerts over the years.

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How to get last-min tickets for Raye at the Royal Albert Hall

Those wanting to bag some last-minute tickets for Raye’s one-night-only show at the Royal Albert Hall may just be able to secure a pass. There appear to still be limited tickets available on the venue’s website.

What is the nearest station to Raye at the Royal Albert Hall?

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