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

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 reopened in April 2018 following almost three years of renovations with world class, environmentally-improved new facilities for audiences and artists. The building is also home to Purcell Room a smaller, more intimate space.

The design led by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios), focused on refurbishing the auditoria, foyer and artists’ back of house facilities. Improved access, ventilation and lighting systems, and new production infrastructure enhance the experience for audience and performers alike. New leather upholstery revitalises the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room’s distinctive and comfortable seating.

The building was originally opened in March 1967 by Her Majesty the Queen and this historic restoration has been made possible through generous support from Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, thanks to National Lottery players, and through Southbank Centre friends, trusts and foundations supporting the Let The Light In campaign.