Tate Modern is home to one of Europe’s most significant collections of post-1900 art. Featuring many of the most acclaimed modern artists, the gallery also presents several major exhibitions throughout the year, as well as an exclusive top floor restaurant with fantastic city views.



Famed for its star-lit performances within its replica 17th Century open-air design, the theatre’s new candle-lit indoor Sam Wannamaker Theatre offers a year-round programme of not just Shakespeare but plays by his contemporaries as well as up-andcoming new writers.



Part of the Southbank Centre cultural complex, the highly regarded Hayward Gallery offers a rolling programme of contemporary exhibitions, including the hugely popular summer shows featuring fascinating and bespoke interactive works, made for the gallery by star artists.


As hosts of the London Film Festival, the BFI is very much at the heart of British film advocacy and boasts a rich archive of film as well as a full programme of events and seasons which run through its four state-of-the-art cinemas.


At the heart of the Southbank Centre, the Royal Festival Hall is one of the world’s leading performance spaces with a packed schedule of the best in classical, contemporary and world music within its Grade 1 Listed, beautifully renovated auditorium.


One of London’s oldest and most charming theatres, the Old Vic’s former artistic director Kevin Spacey introduced a star-studded repertoire of plays and musicals, many of which received highly-anticipated London debuts within its gilded proscenium arches, making an Old Vic ticket a Londoner’s must-have.