Royal Festival Hall
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Royal Festival Hall (Official)
Architects: Leslie Martin
Functions: Concerts, Live Music Venue, Movies (Film Festivals)
Located on the South Bank of the River Thames, close to Waterloo Railway Station. The Royal Festival Hall was opened on 3rd May 1951 as one of the principle buildings constructed for the Festival of Britain Exhibition. The original seating capacity at opening was 2,901. It is primarily a concert hall and home to the London Philharmonic Orchestra, but has been used for special events featuring silent films, accompanied by its Harrison & Harrison organ which has 7,866-pipes and 103 speaking stops.
In October 2021 it became one of the venues used for the London Film Festival.
The Royal Festival Hall is a Listed Grade I building.
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