For over 50 years, our buildings have hosted sensational performances by the best artists in the world. But the most important moments don’t always happen on stage.
Whether you want to remember your first concert together or countless special evenings, you can capture the hours you’ve shared by naming a seat in Royal Festival Hall, Purcell Room or Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Say ‘thank you’, ‘I love you’, or ‘here’s looking at you, kid’. Say ‘I remember you’ or ‘let’s do it again’.
Everything changes but some things stay the same. Keep hold of the memories that matter by naming a seat here for the decade to come.
Opened in 1967, Queen Elizabeth Hall has hosted artists including Benjamin Britten, Margaret Atwood, J K Rowling and Grandmaster Flash. Over five decades, it’s seen the best of classical and contemporary music, dance and performance, comedy, literature and spoken word.
Situated within Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room plays host to talks, debates, and intimate musical performances. Over the years, it has seen premieres of works by composers including Luciano Berio and Mark-Anthony Turnage and readings by authors and poets ranging from Ian McEwan to Carol Ann Duffy.
Daniel Barenboim, Jimi Hendrix, Martha Argerich, Frank Sinatra, Joni Mitchell, Jacqueline Du Pré, Patti Smith, Brian Wilson… Since 1951, Royal Festival Hall has witnessed performances by the greatest names in music, and a host of other world-class artists.