Southbank Centre cancel London Philharmonic concert following Westminster attack
Most performances in the capital will go ahead as planned
The Southbank Centre have cancelled tonight's concert by the London Philharmonic Orchestra following the attack on Westminster.
Tonight's performance by the London Philharmonic Orchestra @LPOrchestra has been cancelled and anyone with tickets will be contacted.— Southbank Centre (@southbankcentre) 22 March 2017
The Southbank Centre is a five minute walk from Westminster Bridge. The resturants and shops on the site have also been closed until further notice.
A number of London theatres have confirmed tonight's performances will continue as planned. These include shows at the National Theatre, all Delfont Mackintosh theatres (Don Juan in Soho, Aladdin, The Book of Mormon, Curious Incident, Kinky Boots, Mamma Mia!, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera) and all ATG theatres.
We are planning to perform as scheduled this evening. Please check TFL for the latest travel advice: //t.co/pX5rP7o2mh— National Theatre (@NationalTheatre) 22 March 2017
All of tonight's performances are going ahead as scheduled. Please be aware of transport disruption in the Westminster area.— Delfont Mackintosh (@DMTWestEnd) 22 March 2017
All our venues are open and shows are going ahead tonight. Transport in the Westminster area is affected - please check before you travel.— ATG (@ATGTICKETS) 22 March 2017
Patrons are advised to check their travel routes, as services are disrupted in the Westminster area.