THINGS TO DO IN THE CUT & WATERLOO
THE OLD VIC
This iconic 192-year-old building has a rich history of great performances. It has always attracted some of the finest creative talents from all over the world: Richard Burton, Laurence Olivier, Judi Dench, Albert Finney and Peter O'Toole to name but a few.
Opening in 1970, Young Vic has established an international reputation as being a major theatre where young directors and actors can practice their art.
LOWER MARSH MARKET
Lower Marsh Market hosts a diverse range of Street Food to suit all tastes from Italian Classics to Sri Lankan pies.
30,000 sq ft of Victorian vaults underneath Waterloo Station play host to a variety of Pop-Ups and events including the Underground Film Club, Pop Up restaurants and a permanent art gallery.
BRITISH FILM INSTITUTE (BFI)
A four-screen cinema venue showing over 2,000 classic and contemporary films each year, with film seasons, director and actor retrospectives, and extended runs of cinema classics.
THE LONDON EYE
A global icon, this 135 metre giant Ferris wheel is the world's tallest cantilevered observation wheel which showcases stunning 360-degree views of the capital on a 30-minute flight.
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM
Recreations of WW1 trenches and the Blitz, many tanks and planes, and revolving military exhibitions.