Hot Brown Honey by Briefs Fact Tickets

Queen Elizabeth Hall Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX
Performance Timings
Monday - -
Tuesday - 20:00
Wednesday - 20:00
Thursday - 20:00
Friday - 20:00
Saturday 18:00 21:00
Sunday - -
Show Info

Book Hot Brown Honey by Briefs Fact Tickets

Set in a dazzling beehive with lighting, music and costumes to rival Beyoncé at New York’s Madison Square Garden, Hot Brown Honey serves up an audacious mash-up of dance, poetry, comedy, burlesque and music from a posse of phenomenal, stereotype-smashing women.

This is a show with plenty of attitude, lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment. The Honeys will make you laugh until you cry, clap until it hurts, and shake every part of what your mama gave you!

'A brilliant mash-up of music, dance and burlesque' Rip It Up '

*insert explicit* amazing!' Artshub

'Whoever you are and wherever you come from, this will change your life.' The Huffington Post

'Smashing the patriarchy has never seemed quite so much fun.' The Guardian

Age recommendation:| For ages 16+

Important information

Running time
75 mins
Booking Until
Sat, 28 July 2018
Venue Info

Queen Elizabeth Hall

Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX

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Queen Elizabeth Hall

Address :Belvedere Road London SE1 8XX
Seating capacity: 916

Built in a brutalist style in 1967 and refurbished in 2018, the Queen Elizabeth Hall hosts an exciting programme of classic and contemporary performances, as well as events, festivals and installations.

Settle down in the Queen Elizabeth Hall’s black leather-upholstered seats during one of its many concerts; or visit the smaller Purcell Room for chamber music, jazz and debates.

Alternatively, enjoy live gigs and monthly Concrete Lates club nights showcasing cutting-edge electronic music alongside river views in its 1,000-capacity foyer.

The second largest concert hall in the Southbank Centre complex has welcomed plenty of big names to its stages over four decades, from Harry Potter author JK Rowling, to leading pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood.

Now, restored to its former glory with floors, walls and ceilings taken back to the original designs, the hall continues to be one of London’s top music venues.


Access

For access to Queen Elizabeth Hall Foyer and Purcell Room please use Royal Festival Hall JCB glass lift to Level 2 and enter via Riverside Terrace.

For access to Queen Elizabeth Hall auditorium seating row A and all wheelchair spaces please enter via the Artist Entrance in the Queen Elizabeth Hall slip road (Level 1).

For lift access to Queen Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden please use the Roof Garden Lift in the Queen Elizabeth Hall slip road (Level 1).

We welcome wheelchair users and guide companion dogs. Wheelchairs are available for visitors by visiting the Royal Festival Hall Artists' Entrance when you arrive (subject to availability).

Talk to a member of staff at the auditorium entrance if you have a disability that means you can’t queue, or you need extra time to take your seat. They can arrange priority entry for you as soon as the doors open.


Cloakroom

Situated downstairs from the main foyer, our cloakroom opens approximately 60 minutes before the start of any Queen Elizabeth Hall show, and closes around 15 minutes after the performance ends. It is also open on selected festival days. It’s at the bottom of the stairs next to the Ticket Desk.


Toilets

An accessible toilet and gender neutral inclusive toilets are located in the foyer.

A Changing Places Toilet is located on Level 1 Royal Festival Hall next to the JCB Glass Lift, for the exclusive use of disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.

The facility includes a height-adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally-placed toilet, a height-adjustable basin and a shower. The key for this room is available from the Welcome Hub, Level 2 Royal Festival Hall. The facility is open daily 10am – 11pm.


Parking

Blue Badge holders and those with access requirements can be dropped off on the Queen Elizabeth Hall slip road off Belvedere Road (the road between Royal Festival Hall and Hayward Gallery).

The Hayward car park is now closed to cars. Alternative parking is available nearby at the National Theatre car park (330 metres) and APCOA Cornwall Road Car Park (490 metres), subject to charges. Alternative parking for Blue Badge holders visiting Southbank Centre can be found at the National Theatre car park (330 metres). Just take your badge and car park ticket to Royal Festival Hall Ticket Office on Level 2, for validation before you leave.

Please note: there is no step-free access from the National Theatre car park when the building is closed on Sunday.

Alternative parking for Blue Badge holders visiting Southbank Centre can also be found at the South Bank car park – APCOA Cornwall Road Car Park. Just take your badge and car park ticket to the parking attendant office at the entrance to the car park for validation before you leave.

A drop-off point at Royal Festival Hall (30 metres) has been created for visitors who are unable to walk from alternative car parks.


While you're here

We politely ask you to follow our house rules and any requests from our Visitor Experience team. Please help us to keep our foyers looking welcoming and presentable to everyone.

Our cafe/bar seating is for visitors who are purchasing food and beverages from the venue. No food and beverages bought outside may be consumed in this area.

Thank you for respecting that the cafe is a gadget and laptop free area. You are welcome to use your laptop, tablet, e-reader or other equivalent device in other areas from 10am – 5pm.

We cannot guarantee that the space is always available for non-socialising activity and ask that you pack up all laptops, tablets and e-readers by 5pm. After this, our foyer is dedicated to fun and relaxation, especially in the hours leading up to evening concerts.


By Tube

Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) (200 metres)

Embankment (District & Circle lines) (600 metres)


By Bus

Route RV1 stops on Belvedere Road (less than a minute’s walk away)

Routes 1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 521, N1, N68, N171 and N343 stop on Waterloo Bridge (a two-minute walk away)

Routes 76, 77, 211, 341, 381, 507, N381, N76 and RV1 stop on York Road (a five-minute walk away)


By Bike

Bicycle parking is located in Southbank Centre Square, off Belvedere Road. There are Cycle Hire stands on Concert Hall Approach, over the road from Southbank Centre Square.


By road

Taxi
There is a drop-off on the slip road outside Southbank Centre Square.

Car
We encourage travel by public transport as parking in the local area is very restricted.

There are four Blue Badge parking spaces available for visitors located on the Queen Elizabeth Hall slip road off Belvedere Road (the road between Royal Festival Hall and Hayward Gallery). Spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and use of them is free. You are required to display your Blue Badge as you enter the site. Vehicles that do not display a Blue Badge are refused entry.

Free parking in the National Theatre car park and APCOA Cornwall Road Car Park is available to Blue Badge holders visiting Southbank Centre. Please note: on Sunday when the National Theatre building is closed there is no step-free access from the car park.


Your Parking Space

YourParkingSpace.co.uk connects drivers with parking space owners to pre-book parking near Southbank Centre. Southbank Centre visitors can redeem the discount code ‘SOUTHBANKCENTRE20’ to obtain a 20% discount on their website. Please contact YourParkingSpace for any issues or enquiries.


Congestion Charge

Southbank Centre is inside the congestion charge zone. The daily charge applies between 7am – 6pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.


Coach

Coach bays for free drop off and collection only are available by the London Eye (pre-booked spaces only), on the Upper Ground Slip Road off Waterloo Road behind the National Theatre and on the slip road opposite the National Theatre leading up to Waterloo Bridge.

For more long stay or drop off/pick up bays along London’s South Bank check the TfL website.


By Train

The nearest stations are:

Waterloo
Waterloo East
Charing Cross
Blackfriars