There are few artists more closely associated with the Royal Albert Hall than Eric Clapton.

‘Slowhand’ first played the Hall in 1964 with The Yardbirds, and has gone on to perform on more than 200 further occasions, including legendary farewell and subsequent reunion gigs with Cream and numerous sold-out residencies as a solo artist.

We recently caught up with Eric to reflect on his unrivalled history at the venue and he shared with us his memories of those Cream concerts, the shows he’s enjoyed as a punter, and some surprising backstage stories:


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Source: Royal Albert Hall