Name a Seat
From your first date to your fiftieth anniversary, the first time you felt that connection to classical music to the moment you saw the world differently. The most important moments don’t always happen on our stages.
Naming a seat in Southbank Centre is a way of celebrating and cherishing those special moments. It means you can extend your personal connection with our iconic arts venues, and ensures your memories, or the memories of a loved one, can live on in your favourite space.
By choosing to name a seat in one of our auditoria you will be supporting our campaign to Let The Light In to our 1960s arts venues, helping ensure these spaces can continue to create special moments for audiences, long into the future.
Choose your seat
Queen Elizabeth Hall
First opened in 1967, its stage has hosted a hugely diverse array of artists, from Akram Khan to Margaret Atwood, J K Rowling to Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood.
- Front stalls - A-F: £1,500-£2,000
- Front stalls - G-M: £600-£1,000
- Rear stalls - AA-GG: £300-£500
- Rear stalls - HH-P: £150-£200
Part of the brutalist Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room plays host to a packed programme of talks and debate, and intimate musical performances.
- First three rows: £150-£200
- Side blocks: £300-£500
- Central block: £600-£1,000
Royal Festival Hall
The biggest space at Southbank Centre. Each of its 2,500 seats have witnessed incredible performances spanning as many art forms as they have years.
- Front stalls: £2,000
- Rear stalls rows AA-LL: £1,000
- Rear stalls rows MM-UU: £600
- Side stalls (SOLD OUT)
- Balcony rows A-K (SOLD OUT)
- Balcony rows L-N (SOLD OUT)
- Choir (SOLD OUT)
Please be aware:
- you can have one name of up to 25 characters on your plaque
- if naming a seat in Queen Elizabeth Hall or Purcell Room you can add an additional message of up to 90 cheracters
- naming a seat is not eligible for Gift Aid.