Cirque du Soleil presented a record-breaking run of their brand new TOTEM show in which tens of thousands were blown away by the show’s spectacular acrobatics.
Photo © Christie Goodwin


The Hall was transformed into an enchanted Japanese water garden for Puccini’s opera Madam Butterfly.


The Hall welcomed back the Teenage Cancer Trust for their annual charity concerts, which this year featured Biffy Clyro, Beady Eye (pictured), Squeeze, Roger Daltrey and Tinie Tempah.
Photo © Andy Paradise


Comedian John Bishop plays to a packed house as part of his Sunshine tour.
Photo © Andy Paradise


One of the most influential and versatile creative talents alive today, Nitin Sawhney came to the Hall for a very special show.
Photo © Christie Goodwin


Blues legend and multi-Grammy award winner B.B. King was joined on stage by guitar hero Slash.
Photo © Richard Booth


The BBC Proms returned with another eclectic line up, featuring a Horrible Histories Family Prom.
Photo © Chris Christodoulou


The Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra play to a packed BBC Proms audience.
Photo © Chris Christodoulou


The Grammy and BRIT award winning Adele presented a sensational performance, featuring material from her two chart-topping albums.
Photo © Christie Goodwin


Celebrating the 25 Years – Cameron Mackintosh presented Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Photo © Andy Paradise


Legendary band The Cure played their first three albums live in their entirety. Photo © Andy Paradise


Take That star and X-Factor head judge Gary Barlow performs two special charity shows. Photo © Andy Paradise