Barbican Centre
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Open 363 days a year, the Barbican presents a uniquely diverse programme of world-class performing and visual arts, encompassing all forms of classical and contemporary music, international theatre and dance, visual arts and design, and a cinema programme which blends first-run films with special themed seasons.

Europe's largest arts centre all under one roof and base for the London Symphony Orchestra. Comprises a concert hall, 2 theatres, 3 cinemas, 2 art galleries, library, 2 trade exhibition halls, 5 conference rooms, foyers, shops and

conservatory. The Conservatory also has a Marriage Licence Approval.

Designed in the 1960s and constructed in the 1970s the Barbican Centre was opened on 3 March 1982 by HM The Queen who described it as 'one of the wonders of the modern world'. Owned, funded and managed by the City of London, it was built as 'the City's gift to the nation'.

For further information contact:

opening times

Different concerts and events nightly. Contact for details.


Barbican Centre
Silk Street
London   EC2Y 8DS
+44 (0) 207 638 4141

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