Robbie Williams announces two special shows at Royal Albert Hall for Better Man film

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25 Oct 2022, 13:25

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Robbie Williams has announced he will perform two special shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall in November as part of his upcoming film, Better Man.

The gigs will take place on 6th and 7th November where the singer will perform some of his biggest hits as well as some swing classics. Not only is this a chance for people to see the singer live in an iconic venue, but the shows will also form part of his upcoming film, Better Man.

Written, produced and directed by Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman), Better Man will tell the story of Robbie’s life and the experiences that shaped him both on and off stage. The shows will be filmed for a scene portraying Williams’ memorable ‘Live At The Albert’ show in 2001 and fans will have the chance to be part of "the only Robbie Williams film ever".

If you fancy getting your hands on tickets, you should note the dress code for the concert is strictly black tie and you can find out more information here.

Tickets will be going on pre-sale from 9am on 27th October via the official Robbie Williams store and general sale will begin at 11am the same day via

In the film, Robbie will be playing himself for the most part with British actor Jonno Davies (Hunters) playing the younger version of the singer. Other confirmed cast members include Australian actors Kate Mulvany (The Great Gatsby), Damon Herriman (Mr Inbetween) and filmmaker Anthony Hayes.

This comes as Robbie gets ready to head out on a 25th anniversary tour of the UK and Europe. The singer has been making his way around the country this month with his last UK date being in Glasgow on 27th October before he heads out to Europe in the new year.