Our Venues

Southbank Centre includes:

Royal Festival Hall – the world-famous concert hall, containing the magnificent auditorium, The Clore Ballroom and many other performance spaces and meeting rooms.

Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Purcell Room, where we host some of the biggest names in music, dance and performance as well as new and emerging artists.

Hayward Gallery – our acclaimed contemporary art gallery.

The Poetry Library – the most comprehensive and accessible collection of national poetry from 1912 in Britain.

London Wonderground - Situated next to Jubilee gardens, London Wonderground’s spectacular spiegeltent is home to the best in cabaret, circus, comedy, music and kids shows to delight and amaze.

Udderbelly - The big purple cow is back for a moo-vellous sixth year!

There are also restaurants, cafes, bars and shops to enjoy.
See what's on at Southbank Centre in Find Events & Book Tickets.

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery are closed on 21 September 2015 for two years of essential repair and maintenance so that the buildings are fit for future generations to enjoy. During this time, Southbank Centre’s classical programme continues at Royal Festival Hall with chamber performances taking place at St John’s Smith Square. Hayward Gallery will focus on its extensive touring programme until the buildings reopen in 2017. The Undercroft skate park will remain open throughout the works along with the Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden (during the summer months).

See @acrobuffos and feel you're witnessing divine natural occurrences rather than carefully devised circus stunts. t.co/G8G9I09Jpa
Magical atmosphere in The Clore Ballroom for the live video stream of the first part of The Ring Cycle tonight. t.co/OQ2iPIL6lC
Ready for Shakesperia? The Bard meets #streetdance at Southwark Splash for #Shakespeare400 t.co/IJe23OUhWF t.co/8FEOPbm6RY
RT @Ella_Marshkins: @southbankcentre summer party. Even the rain can't spoil this view. t.co/fMmLsTrTas