Thanks for coming to our fourth and most successful year of the Live at Chelsea concert series. The Royal Chelsea Hospital looked truly glorious as it was bathed in Sunshine and good feels. Thank you to all the artists who made Live at Chelsea 2018 a truly memorable year. Here
Curfew: 22:30hrs Show Start: 20:00hrs Site Open: 17:30hrs Concert Arena Open: 18:30hrs WITH THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA NEW CAST ANNOUNCEMENTS INCLUDE ALFIE BOE, BEVERLEY KNIGHT, MADALENA ALBERTO, JODIE PRENGER, RIA JONES, MICHAEL XAVIER, BEN LEWIS, RAPHAEL BELLAMY PLAICE AND MEGHAN PICERNO JOINING MICA PARIS, BEN FORSTER, TYRONE HUNTLEY, IMELDA
The Cribs will support fellow Yorkshiremen the Kaiser Chiefs on Thursday 14th June, Imelda May supports Jeff Beck on the 15th, and Ferris & Sylvester will open for James Blunt on Saturday 16th June.
Curfew – 22:30hrs Jeff Beck – 20.30hrs Imelda May – 19.00hrs Arena opens – 18:30hrs Doors Opens – 17:30hrs Jeff Beck has been announced to perform at the Live At Chelsea Concert Series 2018, completing the line-up of shows in the idyllic grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in West
Curfew – 22:30hrs James Blunt – 20.30hrs Ferris & Sylvester – 19.30hrs Arena opens – 18:30hrs Doors Opens – 17:30hrs “I am thrilled to be able to perform at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in West London. It’s where I now call home, and it will be great to be amongst
The Quartermaster’s BBQ We’re pleased to announce that for the third year at Live at Chelsea we will be offering a delicious casual dining package set on the beautiful South Terrace of the Royal Hospital Chelsea: a BBQ feast including a choice of welcome cocktail two courses, a choice of
West London has long been a hub of creativity, the epicentre for style and home to the fashion-forward. In the 1960’s and 70’s the King’s Road dominated the London music scene with mods and rockers, hippies and punks flocking to its boutique shops and happening hang outs. Sandwiched between the
2015 saw the inaugural Live At Chelsea event, featuring performances from Alison Moyet, Rufus Wainwright and Damien Rice. This is what it looked like.
The Chelsea Pensioners are the iconic faces of the UK’s veteran community. They reside here at the Royal Hospital Chelsea the home of Live at Chelsea, their 300-year-old home founded by Charles II, in the heart of London. At the Royal Hospital Chelsea, they offer excellent accommodation, comradeship and the