Royal Albert Hall trustees hawk their tickets to Last Night Of The Proms for up to £1,200


Royal Albert Hall trustees hawk their tickets to Last Night Of The Proms for up to £1,200 – two years after taxpayer bailed out struggling concert hall with £20m cash injection

  • Almost a quarter of Royal Albert Hall’s 5,272 seats are owned by 330 members
  • The RAH urges them to return unused tickets so they can be sold to the public
  • It would earn seat holders £5,000 a year if they gave up tickets for all events 
  • But many are choosing to sell them on instead, netting up to…



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