|Mar 23||The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945||Get Details|
|Apr 19||7:45 PM||Obsession||Find Tickets|
|Apr 29||2:30 PM||Obsession||Find Tickets|
|Apr 29||7:45 PM||Obsession Play||Find Tickets|
|Apr 29||7:45 PM||Obsession||Find Tickets|
|Apr 30||3:00 PM||Obsession||Find Tickets|
|May 2||7:45 PM||Obsession||Find Tickets|
|May 2||7:30 PM||Jonathan Biss: Late Style - Schubert with Mark Padmore||Get Details|
|May 3||7:45 PM||Obsession||Get Details|
|May 4||1:00 PM||BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Alban Gerhardt & Steven Osborne||Get Details|
The Barbican Centre London is the largest multi-arts centre in Europe. The notion for the creation of such a place was conceived during that period of hope and artistic vibrancy which came with the 1960s. Construction began in 1971, and the Barbican Centre London was officially opened 11-years later. Funded and managed by the City of London Corporation, the Barbican Centre London was intended as a gift, on behalf of the city, to the wider nation. Today, the Barbican Centre London provides a platform for a wide range of artistic endeavours; theatre, dance, art, film, music and education all feature regularly on the Barbican Centre schedule.
The Barbican Centre London houses several performance spaces including Barbican Hall, Barbican Theatre and the Pit Theatre; three cinemas, two art galleries, a terrace, a tropical conservatory, conference suites, exhibition halls and multiple restaurants. Whatever the event, the Barbican Centre London can provide the ideal space in which to host it.
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