Concrete Lates x Dialled In

Fri 8 Mar, 10.30pm
Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer
From £12.50
past event
past event
Kiss Nuka during a dj set
Sudhir Dasgupta

Dialled In, the artist-led movement, begin their Southbank Centre takeover with this club night featuring DJ and illustrator Anu (NTS Radio).

South Asian arts collective Dialled In, who connect diasporic and native music, hosts its first event of the weekend with a club night in the Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer.

Going late into the night, this high-energy event showcases a breadth of musical talent with NTS Radio regular and illustrator Anu, the genre-bending Mumbai artist Kiss Nuka, and the Vedic Roots sound system, a product of Southhall's historic incubation of Bhangra and dub.

The Dialled In team, comprising Ahadadream, Ahsan-Elahi Shujaat, Almass Badat, Dhruva Balram and Provhat Rahman, share a purpose to spotlight and platform the wealth of South Asian artistry to ensure South Asian culture evolves and expands.

Since its inception in 2021, Dialled In has hosted four one-day festivals, programmed Jaubi, the Pakistani jazz, raga and classical quartet’s first ever UK show at the Union Chapel, staged takeovers at Printworks and Fourtet's all-dayer, curated a V&A late and the inaugural Boiler Room Pakistan. They have also produced an artistic residency in Nepal, encouraging creative crossover and collaboration with musicians and visual artists native to India, Pakistan and Nepal, as well as the Bangladeshi diaspora.

Dialled In are community-rooted, working closely with Walthamstow council and borough-local intiatives such as Thinkfound, Beyond the Box and the Blackhorse Workshop, to encourage training and access for South Asian people interested in live event production, stage build and careers in the music industry.

Presented in collaboration with Dialled In

Anu standing next to a DJ deck in a white tshirt and black gilet
Kunal Lodhia
5 members of Southall sound system Vedic Roots pose in front of speakers
Vedic Roots

Need to know

Age recommendation

For ages 18+ only

ID and bag checks are in place on entry. We have a zero tolerance drugs policy across all of our venues at the Southbank Centre.

Please note that smoke, haze, strobe and flashing light effects may be used during this performance.

Dates & times

Fri 8 Mar, 10.30pm

Approximate run time: 4 hours.

Run times may vary by up to 20 minutes as they can be affected by last-minute programme changes, intervals and encores.


  • Standard entryFrom Super Early Bird £12.50, Early Bird £17.50, Final Release £20*
  • Concessions25%**

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An accessible toilet is located in the foyer.

A Changing Places toilet is located on Level 1 Royal Festival Hall next to the JCB Glass Lift, for the exclusive use of disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.

The facility includes a height-adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally-placed toilet, a height-adjustable basin and a shower. Please visit the Welcome Desk on Level 2, Royal Festival Hall, where a member of staff can provide you with the key. You can also use the phone next to the Changing Places toilet to speak to a member of staff. The facility is open daily 10am – 11pm.


The Queen Elizabeth Hall cloakroom is closed. You won’t be able to bring any bags over 40 x 25 x 25cm into the Queen Elizabeth Hall, so please leave large bags at home.

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For step-free access from the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road off Belvedere Road to the Queen Elizabeth Hall auditorium seating (excluding rows A to C) and wheelchair spaces in the Rear Stalls, plus Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer and the Purcell Room, please use the Queen Elizabeth Hall main entrance.

To reach this entrance, enter the Royal Festival Hall via the Southbank Centre Square Doors. Take the JCB Glass Lift to Level 2 and exit to the Riverside Terrace. Turn right to find the Queen Elizabeth Hall main entrance.

You can also use the external lift near the Artists' Entrance on Southbank Centre Square to reach Mandela Walk, Level 2. 

For access to the Queen Elizabeth Hall auditorium seating rows A to C and wheelchair spaces in the Front Stalls, please enter via the Artists' Entrance in the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road (Level 1).

Talk to a member of staff at the auditorium entrance if you have a disability that means you can’t queue, or you need extra time to take your seat. They can arrange priority entry for you as soon as the doors open.

Please bear with us while we update our access map to reflect the refurbishment of the Royal Festival Hall’s Level 2 foyer spaces. The step-free routes remain the same.

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