London is an outstanding and beautiful place to visit during any time of the year. Not only does it offer great scenery and wonderful food, but it also provides visitors and locals with amazing entertainment. Are you going to visit London any soon? Here are the best entertainment spots in London that you should not miss out.
1. Southbank Centre:
Looking for one of a kind art and architecture? Southbank centre is a place that holds famous designs that are known to many today. It holds separate sections including the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth hall, Hayward Gallery and the Purcell room. This beautiful building is one the most famous for art, plays, and classical music events.
2. Barbican Centre:
Although the building may not appeal the younger generation, it does have the best performance venue in the world. It is home to the London Symphony Orchestra and has several art galleries to visit featuring photography, fashion and art.
3. Royal Opera House:
Book yourself seats to see the world’s best ballet or Opera! It’s the most modern theatre in Europe with outstanding performances that will make you speechless.
4. The O2 Arena:
The O2 is one of the top concert arenas in the world where you can find some of your favourite performances going live. Famous stars to pop music and rock concerts, everything you can see enjoying among the crowd of 20,000 people.
5. Wembley Stadium:
Love sports? Wembley Stadium is home to many sports and mostly soccer. A Great spot to visit during the soccer cup finals!
6. BFI IMAX Cinema:
Come to this cinema for the largest viewing experience of your live. The 12,000 watt digital speakers and huge screen is overwhelming but a one of a kind experience.
7. Victoria Palace Theatre:
The Victoria Palace theatre features the world’s best musicals, such as Billy Elliot. And grabbing Box office tickets is how you will get a chance to see the great acts.
8. Sadler’s Wells Theatre:
Dance and music performances from across the world can be found here. The modern theatre is home to ballet and great Opera, such as the famous “Swan Lake” performance which was first performed here.
This is the world’s oldest theatre holding the most enticing history. Acts are still performed here but many interesting antique props can be viewed as well.
10. Kings Place:
With two art galleries and a concert hall, this 420 seat stadium is private and great for aspiring artists to gather around.
*This is a guest post written by Angelina Lawson, a Content writer and her interests are Films, Travel & Technology and Eco living. Catch her on Twitter @BoxOfficeltd