Royal Festival Hall
Royal Festival Hall is part of the Southbank Centre Complex.
The Royal Festival Hall was opened in 1951 at Southbank Centre in conjunction with the Festival of Britain. The Royal Festival Hall is a leading entertainment venue with modernist architectural styling consisting of a 2900 seat auditorium, the Clore Ballroom, Southbank Centre Shop, several restaurants and the Siason Poetry Library.
The hall overlooks the River Thames and is also right next to the Jubilee Gardens and the The London Eye.
Entrance to Southbank centre and all the buildings is free, so you can explore the venue without charge, but there is a charge to attend events which include concerts, dances and talks. The centre is open daily from 10am until 11pm. The hall is the regular home to the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Royal Festival Hall was reopened in 2007 after being closed for extensive renovations.
For more information about the Royal Festival Hall as well as shows and schedules visit their official website: Southbank Centre
|Getting There on Transit|
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|Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee Lines||Waterloo Station||3 minutes|
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Walking Distance from Tube Station. No bus needed.