Human League Tour Will Come to Albert Hall

Released on: November 21, 2012, 2:41 pm
Industry: Travel

London date announced in support of their new album, with discounted London hotels on offer close by.

-- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Eighties hitmakers the Human League will play at the Royal Albert Hall on November 26th as part of a UK tour in support of their ninth album, ‘Credo'. To coincide with the show, website has revealed details of discounted London hotels close to the venue.

The Human League formed in Sheffield in 1977, and were pioneers of the burgeoning synth-pop movement. Though the only founder member still standing is song-writer Phil Oakey, this tour and album does feature singers Susan Ann Sulley and Joanne Catherall from the most successful line-up of the band. Recruited for hit 1981 album ‘Dare' and its attendant worldwide smash ‘Don't You Want Me', Sulley and Catherall, along with Oakey, have formed the nucleus of the band ever since.

They're now celebrating some 35 years in the music business, and have sold more than 20 million records across the globe. The new tour will lean heavily on ‘Credo', but casual fans are usually treated to a run through of the hits, which also include ‘The Lebanon' and ‘Love Action'. The doors open at 8pm. Tickets cost £35.

To help travelling fans find affordable London hotels, website is offering exclusive discounts on a number of rooms near the Royal Albert Hall.

One of the London hotels on offer is the Fifty Four Boutique Hotel on Queen's Gate, less than ten minutes from the Royal Albert Hall. When booking now through, the Fifty Four is offering a huge discount of 93% on double rooms, bringing the cost of a night's stay in the capital's most exclusive area down to just £66.

Also on Queen's Gate is the Grange Strathmore Hotel, which is offering double rooms from £145 per night – a 48% discount on the usual rate.

The London hotels featured are only available at the reduced rates when booking through Visit the site to find more London hotels, and for further information on the Human League live at the Royal Albert Hall.




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