Royal National Theatre

Interesting
Part of the third phase of the South Bank's development downstream from Waterloo Bridge, Denys Lasdun's design houses three theatres, bars and foyers and is a meeting place for theatre lovers, poets, musicians and all manner of artists. In front of the theatre is a large sculpture, London Pride by Dobson created for the Festival of 1951 and a stone sculpture, Arena by J Maine (1983-1984).

Useful information

Address : 

South Bank

Phone:

+44 20 7452 3000

Price:

8.50 £

Opening hours

[Backstage Tour 1hr 15min: 6 daily tours weekdays, Sat 2 daily tours, Sun 1 daily tour.]

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