Royal Albert Hall introduces engraved paving stones for superstar past performers

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Royal Albert Hall introduces engraved paving stones for superstar past performers

Hollywood Boulevard has nothing on the Royal Albert Hall, today the venue unveiled its own walk of fame - with 11 new engraved stones paying tribute to the key players in the building's history - from Queen Victoria and the Suffragettes, to Adele and Eric Clapton.

Some of those being honoured, were on hand to see their new star, including the Who frontman, Roger Daltrey 

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