We’ve got a spring in our step as the weather gets warmer. Here’s where you need to be on the South Bank this spring!

Urban Festival [1 – 17 April 2017]

This April, the Southbank Centre will celebrate art and artists inspired by the city. The concrete playground will be taken over by breakdancing battles, dance residencies, workshops, free family events and parties showcasing the best in street culture. Be prepared to pop, lock and bust a move.

Alice’s Adventures Underground [15 – 30 April 2017]

Following the sell-out run in 2015 at the Vaults deep under Waterloo Station, Les Enfants Terribles’ and ebp bring their Olivier award nominated Alice’s Adventures Underground back in April! Experience immersion like never before in this interactive, puppetry-packed, fusion of storytelling, music, circus and spectacle.

Real Food Easter Market [14-17 April 2017]

Southbank Centre’s famous weekly markets are back for an Easter weekend special. You can enjoy delicious street food, sweet treats and fresh produce from their specially selected Real Food Market stalls. Why not hunt out the best Easter eggs they’ve got or try some Easter specialities from around the world. You can find the markets in Southbank Centre Square, behind Royal Festival Hall.

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The Art of the Brick: DC Superheroes [until 4 September 2017]

The world’s largest LEGO® exhibition inspired by DC Characters.

Legendary LEGO® artist Nathan Sawaya took London by storm in 2014 with his extraordinary exhibition THE ART OF THE BRICK®.

Now he returns to the UK on 1st March with his brand new exhibition inspired by the world’s most popular and enduring super heroes and villains.

The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes includes over 120 large scale exhibits made from over 2 million LEGO® bricks, all displayed in a purpose built space on London’s South Bank, just minutes from Waterloo Station [Doon Street].

Design-Nation: Marks & Tools [4 – 7 May 2017]

Design-Nation will present a major showcase exhibition of work by over twenty of its network members at the gallery@oxo as part of London Craft Week.

The exhibition is themed around the marks and tools of the maker and how these translate into different disciplines. Design-Nation’s makers produce a wide range of distinctive high quality contemporary objects, both useful and decorative, large and small, simple and ornate; all are distinguished by commitment to craft and deep understanding of excellent design.