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    Really interesting and unique structure itself, as well as some really good shows to see which are always reasonably price. The cafes inside are also have good prices and high quality so you can get some snacks at half time. The complex is worth exploring even if you aren’t seeing a show.

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    Saw a great Nick Cave gig here and the programme is good but I hate being cold in theatres, its my pet hate. This one is all concrete and freezing, regardless of the temperature outside. I never went back.

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    In the summer time, head upwards to the roof garden atop Southbank Centre. Prosecco, charcuterie, cheese and crisps are all on hand (for quite a bit of cash…) whilst you lie out on the faux grass watching the sunset over London. One of my favourite ways to spend a summer’s day in the city.

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    I’ve seen a crazy variety of performances at Queen Elizabeth Hall over the years, from Shlomo the beatboxer and his vocal orchestra, to Howard Marks (aka Mr Nice). Designed in the 1960’s, the building has a bit of an old-school feel, but still manages to give off arty, edgy vibes. The bar has lovely views from the balcony – and be sure to check out the skateboarders underneath!

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    A great mix of shows in the venue itself but I really like the roof top bar area. Completely unexpected little bar area with all the tables divided by plants, trees and trellising giving a real sense of privacy. Perfect for a summer evening, looking towards the river as the sun goes down. Beware though…drinks are super pricey. And doubles will be served as standard.