In partnership with the Royal Albert Hall.

The world's most famous stage.

The Royal Albert Hall is the world’s most famous stage, having played host to the great and good for 150 years, since being opened by Queen Victoria in 1871. Headliners include everyone from Adele to the Arctic Monkeys, The Beatles to Beyoncé, and Churchill to Chvrches.

Now, in its 150th year, the celebrations continue with major commissions from British artists, main auditorium performances from musical legends, and a series of showcases promoting the next generation of talent.

Love Classical: New dates announced.

We are delighted that the Royal Albert Hall is preparing to opening its doors to the public in the summer and we'll be able to enjoy live performances that we have missed so much in the past months.

Love Classical returns in summer 2021, and it's our pleasure to present two of the artists taking part in this much-loved celebration of classical music.

Love Classical, with Cunard.

Don't miss this incredible programme at London's home of classical music: the Royal Albert Hall.

MILOŠ in-the-round - Saturday 17 July 2021.

Award-winning guitarist Miloš Karadaglić will perform an intimate recital in-the-round. "Classical music's guitar hero" (BBC Music Magazine), will perform his greatest hits from the centre of the Hall's spectacular auditorium.

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An evening with Sir Bryn Terfel - Friday 23 July 2021.

This terrific concert, featuring one of the world's finest opera singers, will show the full range of Bryn's repertoire, from his iconic roles in opera and musicals to the Welsh folk of home.

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Be inspired.

Discover more about the stars of stage and screen, presidents and royalty that have graced the decks of the Cunard Queens. Delve into more articles from our archives and discover unique Cunard recipes you can try yourself at home.

Cunard celebrates 180 years.

Discover the extraordinary moments that define our past and continue to inspire our future.

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Famous faces on the high seas.

Historian Chris Frame offers a behind-the-scenes look at some of Cunard's famous passengers in the first instalment of our two-part series.

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Tea time.

Uncover the origins of Afternoon Tea - a celebrated occasion on the Cunard Queens - and learn how to make our delicious Cunard scones.

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