If you've ever wanted to see the best live comedy, music and entertainment inside the belly of an upsidedown inflatable purple cow, the E4 Udderbelly is the venue for you.
The Udderbelly arrives at the Southbank every summer with an entertaining festival of fun. Check out the events tab to find out what's on at the Udderbelly this summer.
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If I had kids and wanted to take them somewhere in London that I could enjoy as well - Udderbelly would probably be that place!
There's a decent range of beers to choose from at standard London prices, plenty of places to sit - both covered and uncovered for that 1 hour of sunshine, and plenty of activities going on (some ticketed) to entertain the masses!
Something for everyone really!more
Such a wonderful place to see great comedy and cabaret! I love seeing shows in the purple-upside-down-cow - reminds me of being in Edinburgh during the Fringe festival. The whole set up is great, I really like the bar bear the speigeltent, where you can sip on a beer or a cider in seats fashioned to look like a waltzer. A summer institution.more
You haven't truly made the most of summer in London if you haven't been to the Udderbelly festival! The emergence of the mighty purple cow at Southbank is a sign that summer is here!
We are there every summer at least a couple of times and my favorite drink to order is always Pimm's. The beer garden, performances, food, atmosphere...everything at Udderbelly is great. I love the little corner...more
Nothing says summer like a huge purple cow by the Thames. And what a cow.
There're colourful paper lanterns wafting in the breeze, wooden tables and chairs and plenty of grazing options including waffles. Don't expect good value though (we ate first somewhere cheaper).
I've seen several shows in my time: circus, cabaret and, most recently, improv based on Jane Austen. All excellent.
An upside down purple cow that is an unmissable summer insulation on the South Bank.
The events are very diverse and there is something for everyone.
I've been to the festival for a couple of years now. Each show I've seen is un-fault-able.
There's also a "pop up" food court in the cows paddock that you can go along (even if you are not seeing a show) and sit on deck chairs/picnic...more