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Southbank Centre

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The Southbank Centre

The UK's biggest arts centre can be found in the heart of South Bank - made up of five unique venues.

did you know?

  • Southbank Centre was built in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain, an idea put forward by the Labour Government as a ‘Tonic to the Nation’ following the ravages of the Second World War. 
  • Royal Festival Hall was the first post-war building to become Grade 1 listed and the only building to survive from the Festival of Britain.
  • Their packed programme promotes over 5000 events every year, taking place across their 85,000m2 site.
  • A beautiful garden sits on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, filled with wild flowers, vegetable patches...and a bar.

where
is it?

southbank centre

Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX

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Rambert

Rambert is a touring contemporary dance company with dance classes and performances available for all ages. 

Leake Street Arches

A celebration of urban art, dining and entertainment live from Waterloo. 

Witness for the Prosecution

It's classic Agatha Christie. We'll see you in court!

Morley College

A free gallery space and a host of exciting events and talks all year round. 

gallery@oxo

gallery@oxo showcases a varied programme of photography, contemporary design, architecture and issue-based exhibitions.

Drawing Room

Secret bar in the BFI Southbank (behind the bookcase!)

National Theatre

The internationally-renowned venue presents new writing, classics, comedies and musicals. 

BFI Southbank

A four-screen cinema venue showing a huge selection of classic and contemporary films.

IWM London

IWM London tells the stories of those whose lives have been shaped by war through the depth, breadth and impact of their Galleries, displays and events.

Bargehouse

The raw, industrial space programmes exhibitions and events, displaying the best in art & design.

Oxo Tower Wharf

The Oxo Tower has been a Thames-side landmark since the 1930s. During this time, it had many owners including the Liebig Extract of Meat Company who produced the iconic Oxo Cube.

After becoming derelict in the 1970s, the building and surrounding land were bought by Coin Street Community Builders and developed into the thriving mixed-use neighbourhood it is today.

 

The Old Vic

The legendary theatre presents an exciting and eclectic programme.

House Of Vans

Underground tunnels housing a gallery, music venue, cinema, diner and of course, skate park.