A plethora of largely state-funded arts and entertainment venues and events adorn the 2 miles of waterside streets between the London Eye and Tower Bridge on the South Bank, it’s no wonder over 14 million people choose to visit the South Bank each year to enjoy the nightlife and entertainment on offer in SE1 where our apartments at Newspaper House are located.
Choose to unwind after work or a day sightseeing in one of the chilled out bars followed by a meal in a unique restaurant, see a show at the theatre or dance the night away at an award-winning club, the South Bank has it all.
The South Bank is home to an eclectic mix of eating options so you are sure to find a restaurant which complements your lifestyle whilst tantalising your taste buds. From Michelin Starred restaurants and celebrity eateries such as Gordon Ramsey’s Union Street Cafe and Brasserie Blanc, and fondant organic to carrots to simple fish and chips, you are spoilt for choice for a lazy breakfast, an alfresco lunch and a relaxing dinner enjoyed on the riverside.
Bars, pubs and clubs:
Whatever your poison you can experience some of the funkiest bars in London’s cultural playground on the South Bank. From a glass of champagne to a pint of beer or something shaken and stirred, enjoy a drink in a bar or sip cocktails with superb views over London, The Thames and St Paul’s. Watch award-winning mixologists showcase their talent and even have a go yourself at mixing up a South Bank storm! Exclusive VIP clubs offer all night dancing with the stars or try homely tasty tipples al-fresco in the area.
Fancy a champagne flight on the London Eye, a canape tour of the Tate Modern or a night at the National Theatre? The area around Newspaper House and our new sites coming soon in SE1; SciEntia.1, Pope Street and Harper Road has been labelled the cultural heart of the city of London and is home to the city’s most iconic attractions with their unique nightlife experiences. The Festival of Britain in 1951 paved the way for arts venues such as the Royal National Theatre which hosts new plays, classic drama and Shakespeare productions and The Southbank Centre comprises the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and The Hayward Gallery.