About Southbank Centre Shops
Our shops on Festival Terrace and inside the Royal Festival Hall offer a diverse range of design led gifts, creative toys for children, '50's inspired homewares and items relating to art, music, dance and photography.
Southbank Centre Shop Festival Terrace was expanded in April 2011 and now boasts more design-led goodies, eclectic homeware, novelty gifts and gorgeously affordable jewellery than ever before.
There are many exclusive and commissioned items and regular 'takeovers' from artists and designers. Our most recent takeover was the second by Mason and Painter who transformed the front of the shop with an impressive flora and fauna theme.
The shop’s ranges are regularly updated to reflect seasonal trends and the artistic happenings on the South Bank. Our cycling collection to commemorate the Tour de France passing through London includes designs from Ella Doran and Donkey products, with a current window display of the stylish Alpini Cycles. To celebrate Southbank Centre's summer Festival of Love we featured an exclusive print from James Brown and bespoke brooches made from vintage maps by Bombus and worked with Natasha Kumar for Alchemy.
Some of our favourite Festival Terrace ranges include:
Prints and cards from Paul Catherall ~ Southbank themed prints and accessories from RUDE ~ Children's clothing and bags from Mibo ~ Quirky ceramics by Jimbobart ~ Innovative kitchenware by Normann Copenhagen ~ Children's toys by Best Years ~ Ruby Ruth Dolls ~ Jewellery from Laura Gravestock, Tatty Devine and Estella Bartlett ~ Paul Thurlby's 'alphabet' range ~ Textiles by Kangan Arora ~ Cheeky greetings from The Naughty Little Card Shop
The shop in Royal Festival Hall has recently been relaunched with a great mixture of British designed and made homeware and jewellery ranges for the adults and a popular selection of wooden toys for the kids. This shop, housed in the Royal Festival Hall building itself also houses our collection of CDs by Southbank Centre resident orchestras and products relating to the festival calendar such as Festival of Love and Imagine children's festival, which this year had an Alice in Wonderland theme.
Some of our favourite Royal Festival Hall ranges include:
Ella Doran's record inspired kitchenware ~ Beautifully enamelled jewellery by Bill Skinner ~ Children's musical instruments from Animambo by Djeco ~ Wooden toys by Orange Tree toys and Mumbo Jumbo ~ Retro style stationery by Sukie
Hayward Gallery Shop
Hayward Gallery Shop is now closed and will reopen in 2017 - more details to follow.
The full back catalogue of in-print Hayward Publishing titles is available via our online shop
Southbank Centre Shops online
We launched Southbank Centre Online Shop in 2009 and it was updated to the current shop in September 2014. The site has the best of the ranges from all three shops as well as exclusive online offers and promotions.
The shop is constantly being updated as new ranges arrive and it also houses an archive of items that may no longer on our shop floors such as the Hayward back catalogue, posters and exclusive items from past exhibitions and festivals.
In addition to being able to purchase the best of our ranges, the site also has information on current news and upcoming new products to all the Southbank Centre shops. Check back often or follow us on twitter @southbankshops.