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Queen Elizabeth Hall

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery 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). For more information, refer to the ‘About Us’ page. Read about our refurbishment project and find out how you could support us through the Let the Light In campaign.  

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44 of the world’s best young violinists star in an 11-day festival this April. Watch: t.co/WokvPEuz5V Book: t.co/LyrKHwnRyO
#Wondercrump press launch opened by @LauraDockrill who authored the playful narrative heard during the experience. t.co/sGF5K1GA9L
"We tried to capture a feeling and set it free into the room, like a bottled dream" @LauraDockrill on #Wondercrump t.co/uLs8xC06zQ
.@JudeKellySBC: "We want people to know that imagination is a serious business" #SCImagineFest t.co/SNU8VL97su

Previously at this venue