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Guide to Southbank Centre

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LondresWeimar Berlin: To the Cabaret!

© Annick Ramp
Eisler, Grosz, Weill, Schulhoff, Heymann, Abraham, Holländer
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Dagmar Manzel; Loré Lixenberg

LondresRichard Hills: The Quentin Maclean Legacy

© David Reed
Sullivan, Maclean, Coates, Bayco, German, Whitlock, Curzon, Docker
Richard Hills, Órgano

LondresWeimar Berlin: Angels and Demons

© Giorgia Bertazzi
Hindemith, Bach, Berg
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Christian Tetzlaff
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Cullberg: Figure a Sea at the Southbank

Figure at Sea © Urban Jörén
A slice of post-modern dance history for one-night only at the Southbank.

Pita’s disturbing take on Hans Christian Andersen’s grim fairy-tale

Natalia Osipova in The Mother © Kenny Mathieson
Natalia Osipova and Jonathan Goddard excel in the gothic drama of Pita’s storytelling – but is it all just a bit too gory?

“An Heroic Journey” with Kozhukhin, Petrenko and the RPO

Vasily Petrenko © Svetlana Tarlova
Some of Kozhukhin's trills were as rattling thunder – but there was much delicacy and poetry on offer in the many lyrical episodes.
Rebecca Millward in front of the Royal Festival Hall's stage © Pete Woodhead

A day in the life of an Event Manager: Southbank's Rebecca Millward

We follow a busy Event Manager at Southbank's Royal Festival Hall on a typical day taking care of a musical event – in this case, Philip Glass' Bowie Symphonies.
AddressBelvedere Road
Greater London
Reino Unido
ContainsHayward Gallery
Purcell Room
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Royal Festival Hall
Google maps51° 30' 23.964" N 0° 6' 54.406" W
How to find us

Southbank Centre occupies a 17-acre site in the midst of London’s most vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. This includes Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery. We also curate the outdoor spaces along the riverfront and around our venues.

We believe art has the power to help create a better world for everyone. It was this belief that led to our creation in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain – a major exhibition and festival that gave the nation hope for a brighter future.

Today, millions of people gather at our events each year to enjoy culture from around the world, making us the UK's seventh most popular visitor attraction. We put on over 3,000 concerts, gigs, exhibitions, shows and debates every year, half of them for free. We also work with thousands of children and young people.