"Hello Philippe. From what I remember we were told the meter readings were due to start at the end of this month, and we would receive them every month from then onwards. As for a key I don't know any resident who has one, and I…"
Would anyone know what is going on with the meter readings on the estate? a form was circulated so the staff would read the meters every month, but nothing seems to have happened. Would anyone have a key to the meter cupboard so I could take a reading? Thanks.See More
Come along to an architecture student-led initiative and imagine the City of London at Net Zero from the Museum of London site to Barbican and Golden Lane Estate.Let's talk about future development in the City of London and spark ideas on alternative proposal!Can we retrofit more buildings?Can we reuse materials and repair our homes and workplaces?Can we take part in taking care of our buildings?What would the future of our city and neighbourhood look like?Light refreshments and tea will be provided.Come and join us on Monday 5th June @ 6.30 - 8.30pm at Lower Ground Floor Golden Lane Community Centre.This is a…See More
A reminiscence group with a difference! Come along to explore memories through painting in watercolours. Plus various crafts and conversation.Free-all materials provided.Londoners of all ages welcome!Runs for 8 weeks. (Attendance required for every week).Call us or email email@example.com or visit the library enquiry desk to book your place.See More
The band Tangerine Dream, founded in 1967 by Edgar Froese in West Berlin, was formative for the genre of electronic music and, with albums like Phaedra and Rubycon, they laid the foundation for music styles such as Ambient and Trance. Now, at a time when synthesizers and sequencers are being rediscovered in music and pop culture, the exhibition looks at the band's electronic beginnings, fast-forwarding through their 50-year history.With the help of photographs, previously unpublished articles…See More
After last year's successful class we are happy to announce that Seneke Sillah and Mbilla Arts are returning to Barbican Music Library to provide another free 1.5 hour drumming workshop.The workshop is suitable for all levels: beginners, intermediate, or advanced and drums will be provided. Learn rhythms from Guinea and the Senegambia region of West Africa. Space is limited to fifteen participants so booking is essential. Please call the library on 020 76380672 or email…See More