Queen Elizabeth Hall

Music and nightlife

Music venue (non-classical)

Southbank

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Terrry Carrier performs at the Queen Elizabeth Hall © Mark Mawston

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    Queen Elizabeth Hall South Bank
    London
    SE1 8XX

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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Branford Marsalis Quartet

Bebop

  • Critics' choice

Branford Marsalis may be something of a celebrity in the US, but undiluted jazz is the saxophonist's main message, and his band maintains a reputation as one of the tightest, most explosive units on the current jazz scene. This rare UK date is a rare...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Branford Marsalis Quartet
  1. Fri Nov 14
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£30
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Charm Offensive

Drama, Musical comedy, Comedy, Musicals, West End

Comedy trio Fascinating Aida arrive at the Southbank for Christmas. Dillie Keane, Adele Anderson and Liza Pulman will perform songs from last year's show and some older and outrageous ones with the company's usually unfailing funny panache.

Charm Offensive
  1. Sat Oct 11 – Sun Jan 11 2015
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £15 - £25
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dave Holland/Kenny Barron

Music festivals, Jazz and experimental

  • Critics' choice

Spotted by Dizzy Gillespie as a teenager, fantastically graceful piano great Barron eventually found fame in the '90s, when he was the last great partner of Stan Getz. Barron has also played with the likes of Yusef Lateef and Freddie Hubbard, and tonight...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dave Holland/Kenny Barron
  1. Fri Nov 21
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£25
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dedication Orchestra

Music festivals, Jazz and experimental

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Formed as a kind of musical tribute to the sound of legendary South African jazz sextet The Blue Notes, The Dedication Orchestra ensemble features Louis Moholo-Moholo, the original drummer with the Notes, amongst an array of fellow top musical minds,...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dedication Orchestra
  1. Sat Nov 15
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£25
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dee Dee Bridgewater

Music festivals, Jazz and experimental

  • Critics' choice

Perhaps the last of the great jazz divas, Dee Dee Bridgewater's scat style is comparable to Ella Fitzgerald's, while her ballads are akin to Sarah Vaughan's. She's also worked with the likes of Sonny Rollins, Roland Kirk, Max Roach among countless other...

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dee Dee Bridgewater
  1. Sat Nov 15
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£35
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Fascinating Aida – Charm Offensive

Musical comedy, Musical comedy

Hard to credit, but Fascinating Aida have been at it for 30 years now and remain at the top of their game. Adèle Anderson, Liza Pulman and founder member Dillie Keane deliver witty, musically nimble tunes that hark back to music-hall classics while remaining...

Fascinating Aida – Charm Offensive
  1. Thu Jan 1 2015 – Sun Jan 11 2015
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £15-£25
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Gruff Rhys: American Interior

Pop, Folk

  • Critics' choice

Prolific pan-disciplinarian Gruffydd Maredudd Bowen Rhys is best known for fronting the mighty Super Furry Animals, but has also produced sterling work with Gorillaz, Danger Mouse and his own Neon Neon project. He's here to perform his 'American Interior'...

Gruff Rhys: American Interior

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Ibrahim Maalouf

Music festivals, Jazz and experimental

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Vibrant French/Lebanese worldbeat trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf blends jazz and classical Arabic music, resulting in a heady, beguiling mix that's sure to enchant the audience at this year's London Jazz Festival.

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Ibrahim Maalouf
  1. Wed Nov 19
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£25
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London Literature Festival 2014: Martin Parr

Photography, Things to do

Snapping away since the mid 80s, photographer Martin Parr has amassed a huge body of work documenting the idiosyncrasies of British leisure and consumption; photographs that have both garnered popular acclaim and provoked national controversy. Join the...

  1. Tue Oct 7
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £55 (book and talk), £15 (talk) + £1.75...
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Metal, Wood, Skin: The Colin Currie Percussion Festival

Classical and opera

  • Critics' choice

The Colin Currie Percussion Festival offers six concerts in which the British musician teams up with various guests and hits things including himself. It begins with Currie and the Youth Orchestra of Bahia playing Julia Wolfe’s percussion concerto ‘Rise...

  1. Wed Sep 17
  2. Queen Elizabeth Hall
  3. £10-£20
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Landl N

had an utterly marvelous "what i call" time here and the music was what i call fabulous.

Kate Rushton

The Hall has a really nice open cafe set around a stage with live music. Not sure when the music is playing, but it was funky jazz music last Friday afternoon.