Queen Elizabeth Hall
Is classic jazz music your jam? Or are you looking to try some old and funky avant-garde musical experience? Well, Queen Elizabeth Hall might just be what you need. Every evening Belvedere Road perks up from the music and lights reeking out of this famous baroque hall, tempting people to have the same experience...
Opened to the public in 1967, Queen Elizabeth Hall is a utopia for music lovers, musicians, performers, and numerous live mic events. The brutalist-style building was built alongside the Purcell Room and is an eminent part of the South Bank Centre Art Complex. Presently, the building has undergone a little bit of modern tweaking. Still, the old and charming building stays true and tall, bringing the state closer to the artists.
Your search for a place to immerse your evenings in a lively place overflowing with good music or amazing chat shows, drama, dance, etc., ends here. All you need to do is grab a ticket to the QEH then and there.
Music, Magic, and Everything In Between
The beginning of The Elizabeth Hall was marked by the stellar performance by the great English composer Benjamin Britten. After that, the place boasts of so many enthralling performances by bands like Pink Floyd(1967), Glen Branca(1988), The Tiger Lillies, 65daysofstatic, etc.
With a seating capacity of about 916 people and the minor extension of Purcell Room having 360 seats, the place caters to all sorts of events. It opens its gate just 90 minutes before the performance.
You are in for a big surprise if you think it’s only about music, dance, and stand-up performances. The place also has a local history associated with it. It hosts the countryball of the Southbank without fail and is also associated with the Royal Festival Hall. The restaurant added to the building completes your perfect day out and is a steal deal.
You have to book your tickets in advance as the place is jampacked with admirers coming from the UK and beyond. So scroll a little bit to know how to book your seats!
Great Idea For A Day Out
Once you’re done enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime musical experience here within the building, you can also prepare yourself to have a short detour around. The entire alley is a campground for all things arts and musical. You’ll see Southbank Centre Art Complex, Hayward Gallery and the famous Royal Festival Hall along the way.
Presently, the hall is all set to host performers like Stoneleigh Youth Orchestra, Robyn Hitchcock, Emerson String Quartet, and many more. So, what’s stopping you from getting your seats right there? It is always safer to book your tickets in advance as the seats get filled really fast here. So, without much ado, scroll down below and secure your favourite seat for an unforgettable experience.