Everyone's favourite Icelandic pop sprite comes to London for a one-off live show coinciding with the ‘Björk Digital’ exhibition at Somerset House. She's one of the most powerful and inventive voices working in music today, and – as well as the singer’s ever-astonishing shrieks and croons – her recent tours have featured large all-female choirs, huge video screens, pipe organs, a ‘gravity harp’, a Tesla coil and narration from David Attenborough.
So, what to expect at this outing: her first London show since the excellent ‘Vulnicura’ album? Honestly, we don’t know. But rest assured you won’t have seen anything like it before.
|Venue name:||Royal Albert Hall||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Tours run daily 10.30am-4.30pm (Apr-Oct), 10.30am-3.30pm (Nov-Mar)|
|Transport:||Tube: South Kensington|