From the Royal Festival Hall, constructed for the Festival of Britain in 1951, to the brutalist concrete architecture of the 1960s, the South Bank complex of arts & music venues is the cultural heart of London.
Not only does the South Bank provide the capital with must-see performances & exhibitions but also with a distinctive modernist skyline & sociable riverside hangout.
The concrete brutalist buildings were designed in the 1960s, with the Queen Elizabeth Hall opening in 1967 and the Hayward Gallery in 1968.
Designed by British architect Denys Lasdun, construction started on the cubist National Theatre in 1969 and was opened in 1976.
Available in three sizes & 18 colour options, discover the South Bank pop art prints above or below.
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