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                         Barbican Theatre

Barbican Theatre is located at Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS. The magnificent theatre is quite different from other London Westend Theatres and is positioned outside West End. The busy area is well equipped with restaurants and lots of performance spaces. Liverpool Street is at a nearby distance from Barbican area with number of restaurants, bars and boutique shops.

The stunning theatre is located at an accessible location via various modes of transportation such as tubes, buses and taxis or cars. The nearest station is Barbican on Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and City Lines. The unique design of Barbican Main Theatre features seating which surrounds the stage at every levels.

With the occupancy of 1162, seating of Barbican Theatre is categorised into four levels.  As compare to other traditional West end theatres, it has more Legroom and comfortable seats. On all tiers of the theatre, there is level access from the street along with lift services on each floor. The theatre is a part of Barbican Centre Complex, which is also the largest performing centre located in Europe.

Throughout the year, the centre is the venue of varied entertainment events such as classical music concerts, live musicians, theatre shows, film screenings and art exhibitions. The magnificent theatre is well equipped with three restaurants, library and conservatory. In the year 1982, theatre was opened.

Barbican Theatre was the venue for London and BBC Symphony Orchestras. With huge performance space, astounding Barbican Theatre can accommodate up to 1166. It was constructed as a home of the Royal Shakespeare Company. In the year 2002, RSC left Barbican as there was a series of underperforming seasons as they have to pay attention on the touring shows all across London and UK.

Some of the notable productions at the Barbican Theatre in the recent years are The Black Rider, Julius Caesar and Jack and The Beanstalk. In the London 2012 Festival programme, theatre played a major role.

Venue Info

Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS

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