Royal Festival Hall in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... many great events here I love it and am firmly of the view that it does what it does brilliantly. It is in a perfect location, close to transport and underneath the RFH there are a variety of restaurants including Wagamama, Giraffe and Starbucks, there are also further restaurants including Las Iguanas within 20 metres. The RFH is generally used for music and theatre, i've been there on a few occasions for the Meltdown festival which is orated by a different person each year, i've seen Harry Hill perform many years ago at the request of David Bowie, seen Brian Wilson perform his long missed version of Smile and gone to the Latina festival... more
Customer Royal Festival Hall in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/10/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Royal Festival Hall is located on the South Bank in London, it is within 2 minutes walk of Waterloo Tube Station and also just across the Hungerford Bridge from Charing Cross rail and tube stations. The Royal Festival Hall is the marmite of London buildings, described by many as a communist era monstosity, it also appeals to others as a building that is somewhat different from others in London. For me i've enjoyed so many great events here I love it and am firmly of the view that it does what it does brilliantly. It is in a perfect location, close to transport and underneath the RFH there are a variety of restaurants including Wagamama, Giraffe and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/00, updated on 08/09/00 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Located on the South Bank, a stone's throw from Waterloo station, the RFH has long been London's principal concert hall. The London Philharmonic are resident here, and they perform regularly from September to May. Needless to say, the standard of their concerts is outstanding, and they also play with some of the world's leading soloists. Just off the top of my head, I've seen LPO concerts in the last couple of years that featured Daniel Barenboim (piano), Emmanuel Pahud (flute) and even Chick Corea (jazz piano). The hall itself is extremely well designed, with an acoustic that I would consider beyond competition from anywhere else in ... Read the complete review
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