Music fans taking London tours in May will have no shortage of live entertainment to choose from as some of the leading artists of recent times come to the Royal Albert Hall.
First up will be the former Smiths singer Morrissey, who will perform at the famous Kensington venue on May 11th.
Morrissey, who has been described by the NME as "one of the most influential artists ever", has forged a successful solo career since the Smiths broke up in the late 1980s, with ten singles making it into the top ten of the UK charts.
The Royal Albert Hall will then play host to one of the most famous guitarists of the 20th century, Eric Clapton, who will play on May 16th following a run of sold-out shows in America, Scandinavia and Europe in 2008.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Jackson Browne will bring his tour to the Albert Hall on May 21st before George Thorogood, who found fame in the 1970s with his band the Destroyers, performs on May 27th.
People who prefer their music to have a classical feel can visit the London venue on May 8th to hear the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra play a number of well-known pieces from films.