Festival Hall


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Festival Hall

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(Placename) a concert hall in London, on the South Bank of the Thames: constructed for the 1951 Festival of Britain; completed 1964–65. Official name: Royal Festival Hall
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Cameron joins the Fort William Mountain Festival Hall of Fame for the prestigious award.
Acclaimed musician has performed on some of the most prestigious stages in the world, such as London's Royal Festival Hall, the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Black Sea Jazz Festival, Prague's Mezinarodni Piano Festival and numerous clubs and festivals throughout the United States.
the Southbank Centre London Literature Festival at the Royal Festival Hall, to discuss her election memoir, What Happened.
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The Oscar-winning actor, 61, will give readings from his collection of short stories - entitled Uncommon Type - and discuss his writing process at the Royal Festival Hall in November.
The Sunbathers is now on display inside the Royal Festival Hall as part of Southbank Centre's Summertime programme.
Southbank Centre employee Rebbeca Simpson views The Sunbathers sculpture on display at the Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall in London, which went missing after it was shown on the wall of an entrance to Waterloo station for the 1951 Festival Of Britain.
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The Happy Together exhibition includes an enormous floor painting which looks at the many ballroom dances which have taken place at the Clore Ballroom at the Southbank Centre since the Royal Festival Hall opened in 1951.
The celebration of the vine will offer two sessions each day, with a festival hall devoted to wine and another devoted to Champagne.
As well as singing himself at "BrynFest" at London's Royal Festival Hall, he welcomed special guests soprano Oksana Dyka, mezzo-soprano Nino Surguladze and tenor Lawrence Brownlee.
Live footage from Primal Scream and MC5's revered June 2008 gig at London's Royal Festival Hall on a double CD and DVD for the Meltdown festival that absolutely rocks.
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