Underbelly is a UK based live entertainment company. We run Underbelly at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - one of the largest venue operations at the largest arts festival in the world - and E4 Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre in London. Our iconic upside-down purple cow venue - E4 Udderbelly - is an annual fixture on both the London and Edinburgh skylines. The Underbelly Productions arm also produce and promote live shows for UK and international touring. In short, they're all about entertaining people... and last year over 350,000 bought tickets to our shows.
Currently there are no events for the E4 Underbelly Festival London .
Address: E4 Underbelly Festival
Waterloo (Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo and City lines) Embankment (Circle and District lines).
Nearest Railway Stations
Waterloo Waterloo East Charing Cross By bus Buses stop on Waterloo Bridge, in York Road, in Belvedere Road and in Stamford Street.
By River Boats
Boats stop at Festival Pier.
Bike stands are located in Southbank Centre Square.
Southbank Centre has two car parks operated on our behalf by Apcoa Parking UK: Southbank Centre Car Park - Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre Car Park - Hungerford Bridge (this car park will be closed during Summer 2012)
Transport for London advise against travelling by car in central London during the London 2012 Games.
Southbank Centre car parks now operate on a Pay-by-Phone system. If you are a regular user of the car parks, you may wish to register in advance by visiting apoca website. For those unable to pay by phone, Pay and Display machines will also be available.
Tariffs* in both car parks are as follows:
Any length of time between 5pm and 1am £9
All other times: Up to 1 hour £6.50
Up to 2 hours £9
Up to 4 hours £12.50
Up to 6 hours £15
Up to 8 hours £20
Up to 12 hours £25
Up to 24 hours £35
Please note the concessionary rate for customers attending paid, ticketed events at Southbank Centre is no longer available.
* All credit card payments are subject to a 30p transaction charge For any queries, please contact Apcoa on 020 7620 0397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheelchair users and ambulant disabled people may bring an able-bodied companion whose ticket is free. It is advisable to pre-book tickets in advance by telephone or on-line, as space is limited.
Full details on access can be found in our Access Information.
Patrons with a disability can also join our Access List and may be eligible to receive tickets at concessionary prices.