Rising stars, restaurant critics and Nigerian Afro-fusion all feature in our latest picks from the upcoming Albert Hall calendar. Take a look at what’s coming up…

Matt Corby | Sun 17 Sep

Australian singer-songwriter Matt Corby heads back to the Albert Hall this September, offering fans the chance to catch new material from his imminent latest record Everything’s Fine, which is set for release in March.

The Teskey Brothers | Sun 19 Mar

Of the back of two massively critically acclaimed albums, including 2019’s Grammy-nominated Run Home Slow, Australia’s The Teskey Brothers will finally make their way to the Albert Hall Stage this March. Tickets for the original Sunday show flew out, leading the band to add a special matinee show on the same day. Act fast.

Jack Garratt | Fri 24 Mar

Following his sold-out show at the venue in 2016, Jack Garratt heads back to the Albert Hall in March, equipped with his refreshed, dancefloor-friendly sound that’ll no doubt have the room moving and shaking in no time.

BNXN (Buju) | Thu 25 May

Rising star BNXN, formerly known as Buju, brings his unique style of Nigerian Afro-fusion to town in May, off the back of international success via collaborations with the likes of Pheelz, Wizkid, Timaya, Blaqbonez, M Huncho, Ladipo to name a few.

Jay Rayner | Thu 16 Mar

Along with being one of the country’s most respected food critics, Jay Rayner just so happens to be a blockbuster jazz pianist. He’ll be leading an incredible ensemble of top-flight musicians through a whirring night of the very best of songwriting and jazz this March. Expect blistering performances of iconic tunes from jazz greats like Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver and Dexter Gordon, through to song-writing legends including Tom Waits and Joan Armatrading. All of this is accented by often outrageous, sometimes filthy stories from Jay’s life in the worlds of food and journalism.

Tue 21 Feb, Albert Hall
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 1 Mar 2023