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Feel Fit For Feb
Hosted by Nuffield Health Barbican between Wednesday the 2nd and Sunday the 6th of February gives members, local residents and workers the chance to use their gym, get exercise tips,
Godfather of Street Art
*** Linsday Lee covers the Woodbury House’s launch of Richard Hambleton’s life and legacy ***
My love affair with street art began a few years ago when I started to walk
Avoiding the Pension Lifetime Allowance Test at age 75
Firstly, a big thank you to all of you who got in touch about my last article, which was about investments that
- Barbican resident Sommelier, Erin Summers, recommends picks from the The Winemakers Club at Holborn Viaduct -
The Winemakers Club has to be one of the best wine bars in the
Janet Wells’ quarterly review of the Arts, Gallery and Museum scene.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty
Until 18th April 2022
Helen Frankenthaler’s mantra appears to be “one rule is no rules”.
The Barbican Association thanks all our young photographers for their entries.
The winning photo will be announced before January 15th.
Heard in London
Erin Summers chats to fellow resident Lesley Scoble about her art
Lesley likes to paint watercolours using her photographs as reference.
I think it’s fair to say that
- Lawrence Williams’ quarterly take on what’s happening with Barbican Apartment Sales and Lettings -
Steady as she goes
We do seem to have been seeing something of a return to normality
A TIME FOR CHANGE
"Many councillors have been at Guildhall since God was a boy. Are they too comfortable? We need people to work with us as partners."
Interview with Adam Hogg, Chair Barbican Association,
The other concert hall
St Giles’ without Cripplegate has been a home to music for over a thousand years, perhaps never more so than today with its regular church music, professional choir of four
These days some of us are back at the office every day. We’re getting up, going to work, and coming back home all in the dark - and it’s pretty
St Giles' Book Fair
The Book Fair will begin this Thursday 11 November and climax in combination with the Advent Fair on 28 November.
The Advent Fair on 28 November will feature stalls selling good
COLOURS OF MARLO X CULT VISION
Marlo is a London based print artist who loves to experiment with bold letters and vivid colours. Balancing humour with tenderness, their compositions shine a light on the importance of being
A View from St Giles
Ros Davies celebrates Thomas Fairchild, the forgotten father of the flower garden
The Barbican window boxes with their striking red geraniums are iconic. These balcony flower beds are home to a
Bottomless Banquet and Brunch at Gaucho Smithfield Tuesday 26th – Saturday 30th October
Enjoy some Halloween fun this year at Gaucho Smithfield - which has been transformed into a Halloween Forest until
THE LONDON CABARET CLUB SHAKES THE CAPITAL WITH LONDON NEVER DIES
Highly recommended, The London Cabaret Club has proved that London Never Dies with its Bond-inspired entertainment and dining experience, which
Interview with a Local
Erin Summers chats to fellow resident Asude Tarlaci about fun with spirits and her journey from Turkey to the Barbican Estate
After a successful article in the last edition of Barbican
For autumn, Gary Donaldson previews some of the theatrical and dance productions which are being put on in the Barbican’s theatres over the next few months.
As the combination of vaccines
INSIGHT Exhibition Review
*** Janet Wells’ review of the Arts, Gallery and Museum scene. ***
Barbican Arts Centre
Isamu Noguchi in Machu Picchu, Peru 1983. Photo by Michio Noguchi, Noguchi Museum
St Bartholomew’s Birthday (is coming up!)
900 years of mission, ministry and music
Great St Bartholomew’s is an ancient City of London parish neighbouring the Barbican with two churches: St Bartholomew the
Property Prices Stabilising
Lawrence Williams’ review of what’s happening in the Barbican’s property sales and lettings.
Contrary to early predictions, the coronavirus impact on property prices virtually around the country has seen some good
Barbican resident Sommelier, Erin Summers, recommends picks from the Bottle Return Scheme at Borough Wines
We are all guilty of relying on supermarket wine when it’s the easy option. But it’s
Sheep Drive Today!
Southwark Bridge – 26th September 2021, 10am to 4pm
AMANDA OWEN, THE YORKSHIRE SHEPHERDESS, WILL BE LEADING THE ANNUAL SHEEP DRIVE 2021!
Best-selling author of four books and star of Channel 5’s “Our Yorkshire Farm”, Amanda
Free lunch anyone?
In personal finance, one of the ways you might be introduced to a financial adviser is through a personal recommendation. Your best friend, or brother-in-law perhaps, has been dealing with
World Paella Day
At Guildhall Yard with cooking demonstrations and food stalls to tantalise your taste buds.
20 Sept 2021
off Gresham Street
Taking place globally, World Paella day will be celebrated from
Your September issue of the magazine is winging its way over the Estate right now. I must admit that it feels dystopian to be writing about all the great articles
Meeting on Thursday 16th September between 2pm – 4pm in which they will present the annual report, accounts, overview of work from the previous year and outlining plans for the
Wines and Much More Than Just Prosecco.
We Brits have been enjoying sparkling wines for centuries. However, until the 1960's, most sparkling wine, especially Champagne, tended to be beyond the means
Bend & Brunch
South Place Hotel this Sunday 29th August from 11am.
Includes a 45-minute yoga session at the hotel, and afterwards the yogis will make their way into the Secret Garden for a
Nuffield have created a special rate for Barbican residents £85 per month with code BARRES (standard presale rate is £99 per month).
Their presale suite is now open at 97 Aldersgate