Each week Annie from www.southbanklondon.com picks her top ten things to do on the South Bank.
It is whale week and to help raise money for the conservation of Whales and Dolphins the London Aquarium are hosting a week of events. Kids in Whale or Dolphin fancy dress can get £5 tickets.
Telling stories of heartache, love, home, death, redemption and beyond, this musical sensation follows up Ghost Train (The Studio B Sesssions) with an incredible live concert.
Adapted for the stage by Nick Dear and realised by Danny Boyle. Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller will alternate the roles of Frankenstein and the Creature.
A wickedly funny, superbly dark, fast talking adventure. Vernon God Little will hook you from start to finish.
A month long season exploring the unique popularity and versatility of Julie Walters’ work for television
Enjoy a belly dancing class, £4 cocktails and live music in Primo Bar. Boys are banned until 8pm.
An action-packed, swashbuckling, animated musical comedy about the girl behind 70 feet of magical, golden hair.
Set in the decadent surroundings of Belle Epoque Paris, Feydeau’s quintessential farce promises to be an exhilarating evening of mistaken identities and comic disaster.
François Truffaut thought films should be ‘an act of love’. In part one of this retrospective, BFI Southbank explore the early career of this most iconic French director.
Trace the early years of Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and William Burroughs as they moved towards the centre of the American literary consciousness and later photographs that feature Ginsberg’s New York peers.