Chances are you’ll be somewhat familiar with our Royal Festival Hall, but you won't have seen it like this. With the aid of a specially commissioned drone camera, this video lets you fly around our concert auditorium and experience the inside from impossible angles.
Constructed for the 1951 Festival of Britain, our Royal Festival Hall was the first post-war building to receive a Grade I listing. And it’s easy from this footage, just how our 2,500 capacity hall has gained a reputation as one of the world’s leading performance venues.
From the third largest organ in Great Britain - with its 7,866 pipes - to the classic modernist lines, and distinctive cantilevered boxes, it’s not hard to see why the Royal Festival Hall has become so loved by our audiences.