Queen Elizabeth Hall

Dance Venues Southbank
Tel: 0844 875 0073 www.southbankcentre.co.uk

The Queen Elizabeth Hall Auditorium is an adjacent building to the Royal Festival Hall. As it is not open to the public during the day it affords great opportunities for events where security must be assured.

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Type of Performances
The QEH hosts a variety of shows and performances.

Fixed raked theatre seating for 900 delegates.

There are two entrances into the auditorium, both have a small set of stairs. The Hall is wheelchair accessible. Staging area on ground level.

Booking Details
By Telephone: 0871 663 2500
9am – 8pm daily

Transaction fees apply on phone & postal bookings. No transaction fee for bookings made in person at the Southbank Centre Ticket Office.

Online booking www.southbankcentre.co.uk

In Person: QEH & Purcell Room Box Office opens 45 minutes prior to the event.

By Post:
Box Office
Royal Festival Hall

See Royal Festival Hall for more details

Underground to Waterloo or cross the river from Temple, Embankment or Charing Cross.

British Rail to Waterloo
To Waterloo: 1, 4, 26, 68, X68, 76, 168, 171, 176, 188, 501, 505, 521 stop on Waterloo Bridge; 76, 77, 171A, 211, 507, D1, P11 stop in York Road; P11 stop in Stamford Street.

24-hour Bus Information 020 7222 1234,
Minicom 020 7918 3015.
Up to 600 spaces available.
There are three car parks on the South Bank: Hungerford Bridge (open 24 hours), under the Hayward Gallery (8am -12 midnight daily), under the Royal National Theatre with direct lift access to theatres,(7am – 1am Mon-Sat).

Special evening & daytime rates: Evening parking for cars entering after 5pm Monday-Sunday and Bank Holidays: £7.50. To obtain special daytime rate, present your car park ticket and event ticket to be stamped at any South Bank Information Desk. (Rate correct as of March 2010)

Patrons with disabilities
Disabled car parking available.
Accessibility Hotline: +44 (0) 20 7921 0926 (10am – 6pm)

Motorbike and Cycle Parking
Designated motorbike bays inside the Hayward Gallery Car Park. Cycle racks on Belvedere Road.

There is setting down and picking up vailable on the riverside and east side of the RFH (take the slip road between RFH and the Hayward Gallery).

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