The Harrogate Theatres Royal Hall Radio Ga Ga #Review

The Harrogate Theatres Royal Hall Radio Ga Ga Review: March 2020 #Gifted

The Harrogate Theatre Company have a whole range of exciting venues offering a varied range of performances.

The Royal Hall is a Grade II listed Edwardian performance hall and theatre located with Harrogate town centre.

The warm welcome by everyone was a real testament to Yorkshire’s reputation for being a friendly place.  I must say a special mention to Jane who made our evening a lovely one – Thank you.

The beautiful building is breathtakingly amazing and a sheer pleasure to admire.

Excitingly the Royal Hall was to be the venue for the UK’s authoritative Queen Concert Show Radio Ga Ga.

Performed live, this 2-hour ready to rock sensation was a journey through the decades of Queens musical melodies.

An entertaining display playing back to back hits, such as Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I Want to Break Free, Somebody to Love, Bohemian Rhapsody and much more.  The crowd all soon jumped out of their seats to enjoy the amazing atmosphere.

Clearly the Radio Ga Ga tribute act were not ‘under pressure’ and will ‘Rock You’ and the crowds definitely thought ‘The Show Must go on’ as the band sang with pride and confidence ‘We are the Champions’ and rightfully so.

An super show, amazing atmosphere and the Royal Hall is a lovely venue too.

Also recommended is a visit to the Harrogate Theatre, located in the centre of Harrogate, built in the 1900’s and a perfect place for performance.

Last time we visited, the Harrogate Theatre Rep Company in partnership with Phil & Ben productions presented On The Piste written by John Godber and directed by Phil Lowe and it was a real hoot!

Looking for Fun, frolics and theatre, the Harrogate Theatres have something for everyone!

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx


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