Statement from London’s Southbank and Bankside cultural organisations
5 June 2017
We have all been shocked and saddened by the terrible events at London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday night.
Our hearts go out to the families, friends and loved ones of the victims, and all of those affected by this terrible attack.
As representatives of the cultural venues in the area, we are working together to ensure that our venues remain safe and open to all. As far as we are able, we will continue with our programmes as planned demonstrating the cultural sector’s spirit and strength.
London is a city defined by its culture. We all intend to play our part in continuing to build and share this culture, and to welcome visitors from the city and the world to our creative events and spaces.
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