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Tried and Tested
Belfast in all its complexity took centre-stage at the Southbank for one performance only of Oona Doherty’s Hard to Be Soft, as part of DU19
In The Know
While away those long summer days (and nights!) in our favourite river-side spots
Tony Award-winning musical The Light in the Piazza comes to the Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall this summer, starring Renée Fleming, Dove Cameron and Alex Jennings
Karlheinz Stockhausen's Donnerstag aus Licht (Thursday from Light) is a must for devotees of either electronic avant-garde or mammoth opera
Underbelly Festival Southbank is back – featuring comedy, circus and much more
ZooNation Youth Company make an explosive return to the Southbank with The Next Generation 2018, a show by the young, for the young
Things to do
From a Finnish rooftop sauna to sure-to-sell out theatre, long, winter nights are bright along the South Bank; here're the best things to do and see this Christmas
Herbie Hancock, Paolo Conte, The Average White Band plus a tribute to Basquiat: EFG London Jazz festival celebrates its 25th birthday across the city for a November to remember
Part of the year-long Nordic Matters festival on the Southbank, Finland's Tero Saarinen Company brought its intriguing Morphed to the Riverside Terrace
In the Know
Immerse yourself in an all-consuming celebration of dance, art and music when Iceland Dance Company present the UK premiere of Sacrifice
Things to do
Three of the best London food pop-ups to book now
In the Know
This two-floor pop-up will stage evening supper clubs with river views, and will add to the eclectic mix of places to eat on the Southbank
Things To Do
The EFG London Jazz Festival 2016 is back with star-studded performances all over the capital this November
Expect fun filth and feminism: Caitlin Moran brings girls between ages of 11-18 her Moranifesto at the Southbank Centre
16 days, 80 films: the UK Jewish Film Festival coming in November has something for everyone.
Children learn about the art of performance as the Southbank Sinfonia Family Concert players take control and try to play without the conductor