York Barbican in York Events and tickets
York Barbican in York events
- Wednesday 14th October
- Prog rock and art rock singer-songwriter.
York Barbican venue information
The York Barbican is managed by SMG (UK) Ltd. SMG is one of the world’s largest international venue operators.
York Barbican is owned by City of York Council and is due to re-open after a major £2m investment. This includes a £1.5m refurbishment of the much-loved venue enhanced with a dedicated restaurant, meeting rooms and improved public and back of house spaces.
The Barbican will offer a diverse programme of events taking advantage of the venue’s 1500 seated and 1900 standing capacities. The opening season will include comedy, a range of music events, snooker, family shows and community events. The annual Festival of Remembrance and the Lord Mayor’s Carol Concert will return to the Barbican as a regular part of the programme, as will the Guildhall Orchestra.
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Name: York Barbican
Phone: 0844 854 2757
Capacity: 1500 seated, 1900 standing
Parking Details: Q Park on Kent Street to the rear of the venue
Nearest Train Station: York Railway Station (approx 15 mins walk)
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