Tom Scott

This is the most interesting roof in London.

The @Royal Albert Hall is 150 years old; the roof is 600 tonnes of glass and steel. And it turns out that there’s a terrifying technicians’ trampoline, acoustic-dampening mushrooms, and a complete lack of connections.

Thanks to everyone at the Royal Albert Hall: https://www.royalalberthall.com/

Camera by Jamie MacLeod https://www.jamiemacleod.co.uk/
Aerial operations by Phil Conrad and Freddie Conrad from Photodrones https://www.photodrones.com
Edited by Taran van Hemert https://www.youtube.com/taranvh

(The Royal Albert Hall is within the Hyde Park no-fly-zone. Drone operations were specially permitted and approved by the aviation authorities.)

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and on Instagram as tomscottgo

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