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Southbank Centre

It has three buildings, the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Hayward art gallery. It also has a poetry library called the Saison Poetry Library.

Millions come to visit the Southbank Centre and experience art. It has numerous performances and exhibitions each year. It is very flexible that it can provide world-class formal and informal spaces. It has workshops that teach you to play musical instruments or write poetry. Art enthusiast, tourists and families enjoy spending a day in the Southbank Centre.

The Royal Festival Hall is the leading venue for leading performers from various genres. The London Philharmonic Orchestra occasionally plays in the Royal Festival Hall. It has 2,900 seats and has recently undergone changes to make it even better than it was. It was made possible by the generous donations and contributions. The Queen Elizabeth Hall is used for music and dance performances. Performances are more often than not, sold out. The Hayward art gallery is the center for visual arts. It exhibits various works of art varying from internationally well-known artists like Andy Warhol to art by offenders. One of its touring exhibitions consisted of 24 shows, participated by 700,000 people in 93 venues in Britain .

Various artists have presented unforgettable performances in the Southbank Centre. It is not without resident artists. It has the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Bellowhead, Cape Farewell , Shlomo Lemn Sissay and Rahayu Supanggah as resident orchestras and artists.

The Southbank Centre's address is Belvedere Road London SE1 8xx. You can find the Southbank Centre by the Waterloo Bridges and river Thames . The bus stops by Waterloo Bridge in York Road.

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