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, Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, Festival Terrace, London SE1 8XX
 
 
 

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Waterloo Tube Station

York Road, London, South Bank, SE1 7LT

5 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 
Lambeth North Tube Station

110 Westminster Bridge Road, London, South Bank, SE1 7XG

10 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 

10 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 

Mainline Stations

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Waterloo East Railway Station

Waterloo Station, London, South Bank, SE1 8SW

5 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 
Waterloo Railway Station

, London, South Bank, SE1 7LT , Underground lines: Waterloo & City, Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee

5 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 
Elephant

London Road, London, Elephant and Castle, SE1 6LW , Underground lines: Northern, Bakerloo

19 mins from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

 

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    Theatre | Until 4th April 2015 

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    Theatre | Until 16th April 2015 

    National Theatre: Dorfman Theatre 3 minutes walk from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

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    Theatre | Until 8th March 2015 

    The Vaults, Arch 233 5 minutes walk from Le Pain Quotidien, Royal Festival Hall

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