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Christmas 2019 Royal Variety Performance

The Royal Variety Performance 2019 will take place on Monday, November 18, 2019 at the London Palladium Theatre.  Tickets are now available and will air over on ITV with hosts Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan.

The Royal Variety Performance 2019

Tickets for this prestigious event, which this year returns on Monday 18th November 2019, are available at the London Palladium Theatre and are already being snapped up.

This year comedian mates Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan will host the show, so expect belly laughs from the start. Taking to the prestigious stage will be a star-studded line-up including Rod Stewart, Harry Connick Jr, Britain’s Got Talent Colin Thackery, a unique collaboration from Emeli Sandé and Manchester’s Bee Vocal choir formed to inspire those experiencing mental health difficulties.

Image of ITV official logo

Rob Beckett said: “I am absolutely thrilled and honoured to be hosting the Royal Variety Performance with one of my best friends and best comedians in the country Romesh Ranganathan. My Mum and Dad love Rod Stewart more than me and can’t wait to see him perform. Fingers crossed they will stay and watch me and Rom host the rest of the show once Rod has finished his set.”

Romesh Ranganathan said: “It is obviously amazing to be asked to host The Royal Variety Performance. Being asked to do so alongside Rob Beckett is both exciting as well as slightly taking the gloss off the honour.”

Ticket prices range from £70 in the Upper Circle to £420 for a seat in the stalls and Royal Circle.  If you’d like to see both the show and after show, you’ll need to dig deep into your pockets as these combined tickets cost a cool £595.

First staged back in 1912, the Royal Variety Performance is watched by over 150 million viewers from around the world.

The Queen of Britain

The show will then be broadcast throughout the world over the Christmas period on ITV and we look forward to seeing this year’s Britain’s Got Talent winner, 89-year-old singer, Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery sing for the Queen.

It’s going to be atone heck of a show!

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