Events at Barbican London
What makes Barbican London the ideal events and exhibitions venue?
Europe’s largest art centre and the base for the world-renowned London Symphony Orchestra, The Barbican is a spectacular venue. From smaller spaces for meetings to a range of auditoria for over 1900 people, The Barbican is ideal for a wide range of corporate and private events. As one of the most widely recognised Brutalist buildings in the world, The Barbican offer a unique combination of art and contemporary corporate facilities.
The Barbican was the winner of the prestigious ‘Coolest Conference & Exhibition Centre 2017’ award at Prestige Event’s COOL Awards. Plus, by holding your event at The Barbican you’ll be supporting the arts and learning activities that take place there.
The iconic Barbican Hall regularly sees world-class musicians perform classical and contemporary music and also forms the ideal venue for large scale events, product launches, dinner dances, weddings and much more.
There are plenty of places to enjoy something to eat, from a relaxed coffee and cake in the café to a wood fired pizza in The Barbican Kitchen and afternoon tea to cocktails. Their pre-theatre menus prove hugely popular with theatre goers too.
Within walking distance from a number of London Underground stations, The Barbican is just a stone’s throw away from Barbican tube station. It’s also within reach of London Liverpool Street station and Farringdon, is on a direct bus route and around 6 miles from London City Airport.
Event Management at Barbican London
Our enthusiastic and experienced events team have managed events in some of the most unique and diverse venues around. We leave no stone unturned when it comes to making sure you get the very best from your chosen venue and this is thanks to the close relationships we’ve built with venues up and down the country. From creatives who take your concept and turn it into something that delivers your key messages to our technical team who can help you utilise state-of-the-art technology and logistical experts who can help everything run seemly, before, during and after your event, your event is in expert hands.
Why we recommend Barbican London
- The largest multi-arts and conference venue in Europe
- Winner of Coolest Conference & Exhibition Centre award 2017
- Unique and iconic Brutalist building
- Accommodate 10 to over 1900 guests
- Choice of restaurants
- Central London location – minutes from Barbican tube station
- Approximately 6 miles from London City Airport
- Revenue supports art and learning activities
Events Companies Barbican London
We have a wealth of experience running events in Central London. In fact, conceiving, producing and project managing live events lies at the centre of our business and we’ve got the resources and team in place to meet the highest standards that both we and our clients expect. We have worked on hundreds of exhibitions, conferences and events and enjoy a reputation for delivering a high level of attention to detail, technical skills and creative abilities that result in tangible results for our clients and their events.
From small-scale road shows to complex briefs we know how to get the most out the venues we work with and this translates into impressed guests and a positive image of your business.
Barbican London Exhibitions & Stands
We do everything in-house, from drafting ideas through to delivering your products. This means we stay in complete control of the quality of every single idea and item that goes out the door. We work with you to find out what you want to achieve with your exhibition stands or stage sets and come up with compelling concepts using the latest CAD and 3D rendering software, that convey the right message to the right potential customers. With so many other businesses all vying for visitors’ attention at an exhibition, we can help yours be the one that catches their eye and encourages them to engage with you.
We carry out site visits so nothing is left to chance – you’ll know exactly where everything will go and when and we’ll make sure that your stands or stage set performs as well as it looks.
Visit the Barbican at www.barbican.org.uk.