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Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre Seating plan

Getting the best seats at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

We recommend to try our interactive seating plan, where you can choose a particular seat and get more information about restricted views, etc.

Visiting Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre passionately believes the arts have the power to transform lives. We also believe that the arts must be available to all of us – and this lies at the heart of all we do.

Southbank Centre is a world-famous arts centre on the South Bank of the Thames. Created in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, Southbank Centre draws on its heritage as a festival site, with art and activities inside and outside. We encourage everyone to become involved in the arts in new and creative ways.

See music, dance, art, performance and spoken word events throughout the year.  Take part in free activities and events and enjoy a wide range of restaurants, cafes and shops.

Every year, thousands of musicians and artists perform to millions of visitors, making this one of the most popular cultural destinations in the country. We hold different festivals throughout the year.

We are committed to working with young, emerging and established talent across the artistic community. We currently support four Resident Orchestras, 14 Artists in Residence and over 100 other artistic organisations. We manage the Arts Council Collection on behalf of Arts Council England and curate the Hayward Touring Exhibition programme in venues throughout the UK.

Southbank Centre occupies a 21-acre site in the midst of London’s vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. Southbank Centre includes Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, the Hayward Gallery, and the Saison Poetry Library. As well as these venues, there are restaurants, cafes, bars and shops to enjoy.

‘Southbank Centre's wide-ranging programme – classical, world music, rock, pop, jazz, dance, literature and the visual arts - attracts the most diverse audience of any UK venue.’ - Visit London

Next available performances

  • 18th December 2017 19:30 Monday Slava's Snowshow
  • 19th December 2017 19:30 Tuesday Slava's Snowshow
  • 20th December 2017 19:30 Wednesday Slava's Snowshow
  • 21st December 2017 19:30 Thursday Slava's Snowshow
  • 22nd December 2017 14:30 Friday Slava's Snowshow
Slava's Snowshow, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre - Book Tickets » Mon 18 December 2017 19:30
Belvedere Road London GB SE1 8XX
24.0000
Slava's Snowshow, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre - Book Tickets » Tue 19 December 2017 19:30
Belvedere Road London GB SE1 8XX
24.0000
Slava's Snowshow, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre - Book Tickets » Wed 20 December 2017 19:30
Belvedere Road London GB SE1 8XX
24.0000