South Bank Centre
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Find our work inside and outside three iconic buildings, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Hayward. Come for the breathing space, to walk without traffic, shop, eat and drink, and enjoy the river and skyline

Standing at the heart of the Southbank Centre complex, the Royal Festival Hall opened in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain. It is one of the world’s leading venues, welcoming international orchestras, operas, and contemporary music events, from jazz and world, to rock and pop. The venue re-opens in

summer 2007, after an extensive refurbishment.

Presenting a diverse programme of music and perfomring arts, the Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH) is a large concert hall hosting chamber orchestras, quartets, choirs, dance and opera, whilst the Purcell Room is an intimate venue, hosting chamber music, literature and spoken word events, mime and solo recitals.

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opening times

Dates and times of performances and tours vary. Contact for details.


Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London   SE1 8XX
+44 (0)871 663 2500

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