A cabaret night at the Queen Elizabeth Hall was disrupted by a small group of geo-activists who sang an anti-Shell song on stage, during the interval. It was all very discreet and only the Guardian (which must have been tipped off in advance) took note.
Shell have offices next to the South Bank and are generous, longterm patrons of its classical activities. The money comes with no strings attached and I see no reason why the South Bank should not accept it.
I understand that some climate campaigners have a gripe against the oil industry. They should set an example to the rest of us by turning out all lights at home.