Barbican

Based in the heart of the City of London, alongside landmarks such as St Paul's Cathedral, Barbican is Europe's largest arts and events centre.

Built as part of London’s Barbican development 30 years ago and officially opened in March 1982 by HM Queen Elizabeth, unlike many other venues, Barbican was specifically built with the dual purpose of holding conferences and arts events presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events.

The creation of Barbican Business Events will contribute to the venue’s future success. To make the most of the Barbican’s rich culture and heritage, Barbican Business Events was created to bring together their expertise in three very different areas – the arts, creative learning and corporate business. This approach to corporate events is based on stronger, more in-depth partnerships with their artistic, creative learning and development teams in order to bring more creativity and rich content to events.

The Barbican provides a vibrant and inspiring venue for corporate events, conferences, meetings and entertainment. The venue is capable of holding meetings from 10-2,000 delegates in rooms including a concert hall, theatres, a boardroom and conference suites that can accommodate 10-170 delegates and can be adjusted using sound proofed sliding partitions.

 

The diverse meeting spaces at the Barbican include:

·          Barbican Hall

·          Barbican Theatre

·          Three private cinemas

·          The Garden Room

·          The Conservatory

·          The Boardroom

·          Various meeting and conference rooms

·          Various Foyers

Capacities

Conference Room
10 - 1943
Dining Space
10 - 288
Meeting Rooms
10 - 1943

Contact details

Barbican, Silk Street, London, London, EC2Y 8DS, United Kingdom

Email
businessevents@barbican.org.uk
Telephone
+44 (0) 20 7382 7043
Website
www.barbican.org.uk

Please quote London City Selection when contacting a venue directly.

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Nearest Stations

Barbican
Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines.
Moorgate
Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Northern Lines and National Rail Services.
Liverpool Street
Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines and National Rail Services.