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Face coverings are mandatory in the Southbank Centre’s buildings from Wednesday 1 December.

In light of the recent government guidance and information on Covid-19, the Southbank Centre is introducing additional precautions for visitors from Tuesday 14 December. We want to ensure that we’re doing all we can to help keep our audiences, staff and artists safe at this time.

Face coverings are currently required for entry to our buildings, and must be worn throughout your visit, including during performances and in our galleries, shops and foyers. The only exceptions to this are for those who are exempt from wearing face coverings, children under the age of 11, and when you are eating and drinking.

If you arrive at the Southbank Centre without a face covering, our Visitor Experience team will be happy to provide you with one. If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please advise a member of the team upon arrival.

From Tuesday 14 December, in order to enter our buildings, all visitors over the age of 18 should arrive prepared to present a Covid Pass or equivalent.

Doing so is easy and can be done in one of the following ways:

Double vaccination
Status provided by Covid Pass via the NHS App or NHS website, letter via the NHS website or by calling 119, or a vaccine card and photo ID, or internationally recognised equivalent. Or

Documentation to prove a negative PCR or lateral flow test has been taken within 48 hours of your visit to the Southbank Centre
Status provided by Covid Pass via the NHS App or NHS website, or confirmation email and/or text message via the NHS self-report tool or by calling 119.


If you arrive at the Southbank Centre without a face covering, our Visitor Experience team will be happy to provide you with one. If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please advise a member of the team upon arrival.

If you are not exempt, but refuse to wear a face covering, you will not be permitted access to our buildings. These new arrangements take effect from Wednesday 1 December and will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, in line with government advice.

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to welcoming you to the Southbank Centre soon and safely.



Southbank Centre is located in on the Thames riverside between Golden Jubilee and Waterloo Bridges, in Central London.

The Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, The Hayward and the Saison Poetry Library are all part of Southbank Centre, as well as evolving outdoor creative spaces around the area.

Buses stop on Waterloo Bridge, in York Road, in Belvedere Road and in Stamford Street.
Nearest underground stations:
- Waterloo (Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines)
- Embankment (Circle and District lines)
Nearest main line rail stations:
- Waterloo
- Waterloo East
- Charing Cross


Address

Belvedere Road
London
UK
SE18XX

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