KT Tunstall to take part in Royal Albert Hall live-streamed show - here's how to watch it

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Edinburgh-born singer KT Tunstall is to take part in one of the Royal Albert Hall's live-streamed shows tomorrow (Thursday, 30 April), playing a set from her living room.

The chart-topping star will be performing some of her best-loved songs as part of the 'Royal Albert Home' series from 8.15pm, which can be viewed free via the official Royal Albert Hall website.

Although the live-stream is free to view, the team behind the iconic London venue - which closed its doors on March 17 due to the Covid-19 pandemic - are asking fans to consider making a £5 donation to help support staff who are unable to work due to the closure.

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Lucy Noble, Artistic Director of the Royal Albert Hall, said: "We've been blown away by the response to the first Royal Albert Home shows.

KT Tunstall will play a live set from her living room.KT Tunstall will play a live set from her living room.
KT Tunstall will play a live set from her living room.

"We wanted to do something to keep the venue's spirit alive, and to cheer, inspire or just distract audiences during this difficult time – and from the messages we've received, it seems that we've done that.

"These events celebrate the unique diversity of our programme, allowing audiences not just to spend an evening with a favourite artist, but also to discover new favourites and try something different, whether that's groundbreaking electronica, award-winning spoken word, or world-class classical music."

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