Barbican Screen Centre hosts a range of film, music, art and theatre based events. They also have bar area.
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Silk Street, The City, London, EC2Y 8DS
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Absolute brutalist concrete paradise.
...or perdition if you're one of the many Barbican-love-to-haters out there.
Imposing as it is, the Barbican complex is possibly my favourite place in London.
If its plethora of sky-walks, cascading planted terraces, cantilevered balconies, distinctive chamfered towers and multitude of levels aren't exciting enough, even the verdant lakes with...more
A London institution. They do pride themselves on the alternative and unique shows/concerts/exhibitions/films they put on. If you find yourself going to the Barbican for something, chances are you're going to be telling people about it the next day, be it good or bad.
The building itself is vast. It's easy to get lost.
Tends to attract a certain demographic. An awful lot of new shoes and...more
I am a massive fan of the cinema at the Barbican -the antithesis of a big screen multiplex.
Appealing to an older art/theatre/gallery going clientele, this means no screaming kids, no teenagers throwing popcorn down the aisles and no gaudy 10ft high promotional signs of upcoming Michael Bay films.
Screening a combination of popular new releases, foreign language and indie releases, there are...more
Bond or Bust !
I've always quite fancied being a Bond Girl. But since I'm over 25 and since I won't wear a bikini with the camouflage of a strategically positioned sarong, I think I may have just missed that boat !
Nonetheless I was one of the first to go to the Barbican to see the 'Designing Bond' exhibition. I've never let the fact that I'm a girl distract me from being a hardcore Bond...more
I'm always a little confused when I go to the Barbican. What is this place? It seems to be a bunch of different venues put together.
I suppose it's a good hangout spot, if you want to catch up with friends. It's quiet, unlike a pub. It's spacious, unlike a coffee shop. It's also trendy-ish, unlike my flat.
When you go inside, you'll get the feeling that it's the lobby to a concert hall,...more