Royal Albert Home – Cliff Richard
Sir Cliff Richard will be delivering an exclusive session of music and stories from his home in Barbados, as part of the Royal Albert Home Sessions.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced the Royal Albert Hall to close its doors, but there is now a (virtual) window for you to experience some of the most talented artists around.
Sir Cliff has performed at the Hall on well over 100 occasions, first appearing there in 1959 and most recently playing in 2018 as part of his 60th anniversary tour. In those 60 years, he has recorded almost 1,300 song titles, composed 100 songs, achieved 14 number one singles and seven chart-topping albums.
He received a Knighthood in 1995 for his tireless charity work and was one of the Olympic torch bearers ahead of the 2012 Games.
This session will be broadcast for free this Sunday 21 June at 4pm.
For more information and other artists sessions, see The Royal Albert’s website: