London SE1 8XX
Please come to the Royal Festival Hall box office, Level 2
15 minutes before your scheduled time
You can book now for
Nola Rae’s Introduction to Mime Workshop >
Mon 16 Jan more info >
Stephen Mottram‘s The Logic of Movement Workshop >
Tue 17 – Wed 18 Jan more info >
Rachael Savage, Vamos Theatre Revealing The Mask Workshop >
Thur 19 Jan more info >
Gavin Glover’s Micro Cinema Theatre Workshop >
Tue 22 – Thur 24 Jan more info >
How to Book Tickets
Tickets can be purchased in person, online, by phone or post. There are no transaction fees when you book in person at the Ticket Office. For online, phone and postal sales, we charge a small fee per transaction to help cover our costs. Become a Member to avoid transaction fees, whichever way you book.
Mon – Sun, 10am – 8pm. There is no transaction fee to book in person. The Ticket Office is located in the foyer of Royal Festival Hall on Level 2. Access for wheelchair users is available at the ticket desk. There is an integral loop system at the ticket desk for the hearing impaired.
0207 960 4200
Mon – Sun, 9am – 8pm. Transaction fee £2.75
There is no transaction fee for Members
There is no transaction fee for Members. Members get priority in the telephone queue: please call 0844 875 0072 and quote your Membership number. Online, Members must log in to the website before booking.
For Deaf or Hard of Hearing Visitors
We accept calls via Text Relay.
Full Access information is here
How to Get Here
Download a map of Royal Festival Hall (pdf)
For information on step-free access to Southbank Centre, see our Photo Access Maps in our Access Information pages. Full Access information is here
Find the best route for getting to Southbank Centre by visiting Transport for London’s Journey Planner.
Nearest mainline train stations:
Waterloo, step-free access from Exit 2 (Waterloo Road) and Exit 3 (Station Approach)
Waterloo East, step-free access