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Symfunny No. 2

Start Time: 7.30pm

Location: Royal Albert Hall

Join us at the Royal Albert Hall for Symfunny

Symfunny is back! Returning to the Royal Albert Hall on 19th April 2017, bringing together amazing musicians and comedians for a night of music and laughter, raising money for Parkinson’s UK.

We're thrilled that multimillion selling and award-winning recording artist Katie Melua will be performing alongside the world’s most successful musical theatre group Collabro and Channel 4’s The Last Leg funny man Josh Widdicombe

Bringing the funny alongside Josh will be Jack Dee and BBC Radio 4’s I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue team who said, "We are delighted to join the fight against Parkinson's and play silly games in the magnificent setting of the Royal Albert Hall.”

In an event like no other all of our acts will be accompanied by the specially-created Symfunny Orchestra and Choir, featuring some of the best professional musicians and voices in the UK.

We have many more exciting acts to announce over the coming weeks so watch this space for further details.

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The history of Symfunny

This spectacular event was the brainchild of music producer, composer and conductor James Morgan, who was diagnosed with young onset Parkinson's at the age of 42.

He and his partner, fellow producer, composer and mezzo soprano Juliette Pochin, immediately saw the importance of using their musical connections to highlight the impact of Parkinson's.

In partnership with:

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Symfunny No. 2 is kindly supported by:

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Event address

Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London


Contact details

Contact our Events team on 020 7932 1328 or email [email protected]

Events region London

Event category Fundraising | Special events

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