The Chamber Of Pop Culture at The Horse Hospital

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The Chamber Of Pop Culture at The Horse Hospital

Adresse :
2 Herbrand Street
London
WC1N 1HX
Téléphone :
+44 (0)20 7833 3644
E-mail

Critiques de Yelp

8.00 sur 5
D'après 10 critiques

Top 10 reviews of The Chamber Of Pop Culture at The Horse Hospital

4.0 sur 5
25 May 2015
par Christian W.

Unusual, weird and so my type.

Firstly, the place makes you an impression just by hearing the name. Yes, it was a horse hospital long ago. The old building gets you that strange feeling and you just know there is something special inside.

If you're an admirer of unusual art -- you know you have to come here. I advert some exhibitions may be confusing or disturbing.

Expect anything --... En savoir plus

4.0 sur 5
16 February 2012
par Ray C.

I mainly frequented this place as a film goer.. But find it a friendly, unusual venue that holds unique events, and screenings that you won't find anywhere else. Cons are that it can be a tad cramped, but I always enjoy visiting this venue. En savoir plus

3.0 sur 5
16 May 2013
par patthenderson

The Horse Hospital is probably the best place in London to get your dose of Underground and Avantgarde media. I've been visiting this place since 2007 and hasn't been disappointed even once. The location, the atmosphere inside and the fact that it is situated inside a building that used to be a horse hospital back in the days makes it the most unique place in Bloomsbury. En savoir plus

5.0 sur 5
21 August 2009
par Andrew H.

I concur with the previous (and more articulate) reviewer of the Horse Hospital - there is no other place like it in London.

My first exposure to the Horse Hospital was Miron Zownir's 'Radical Eye' exhibition in 2007 (which has scarred me for life...) since then I've been actively encouraging (read:bullying) everyone and anyone I know to go there... En savoir plus

4.0 sur 5
19 March 2011
par Michelle P.

What a cool venue! Open heavy wooden door and walk down, down, down the sloping stones of a curvy and narrow hallway into a slightly damp smelling, stone floored room underground with artsy lighting and a projection screen. The exhibit up when I was there was a set of life-sized wooden sculptures of mythical monsters--actually pretty horrifying in that space. Really magical. I'd love to find... En savoir plus

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