#mtpcon London

Venues

Workshops | Etc.Venues Hatton Garden
Leadership Forum | Barbican Conservatory
Conference | Barbican Hall

Barbican Hall

The conference and leadership forum are back at The Barbican – Europe’s largest multi-arts and conference venue, close to the Barbican, Moorgate and Old Street stations.

Location FAQs

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  • The Barbican Centre (Conference venue)

    How to get there

    The Barbican is easy to get to through public transport or walking. Get directions from the Barbican’s website

    Parking

    All car parks are within the Barbican Centre and can be accessed via Silk Street or via the Beech Street tunnel.

    Access by Silk Street: the first car park will be Car Park 3 and you will be on Level -1 of the Barbican.
    Access by Beech Street: the first car park will be Car Park 5 and Car Park 4 and you will be on the Ground Floor of the Barbican.

    No entrance or exit through Silk Street: 12.30am–6am

    Please note there is a car park height restriction of: 6’1″ / 1.85m

    Address for GPS:
    Barbican Centre
    Silk Street
    London EC2Y 8DS

     

  • etc.venues The Hatton (Workshops venue)

    How to get there
    etc. venues is easily accessible through public transport and only a 6 minute walk from Farringdon underground station. Get directions on Google Maps

    Parking

    There is no parking available at the venue, but it is within walking distance of Farringdon Underground Station.

  • The Barbican Terrace (Leadership Forum venue)

    How to get there

    The Barbican is easy to get to through public transport or walking. Get directions from the Barbican’s website

    Parking

    All car parks are within the Barbican Centre and can be accessed via Silk Street or via the Beech Street tunnel.

    Access by Silk Street: the first car park will be Car Park 3 and you will be on Level -1 of the Barbican.
    Access by Beech Street: the first car park will be Car Park 5 and Car Park 4 and you will be on the Ground Floor of the Barbican.

    No entrance or exit through Silk Street: 12.30am–6am

    Please note there is a car park height restriction of: 6’1″ / 1.85m

    Address for GPS:
    Barbican Centre
    Silk Street
    London EC2Y 8DS

  • The Barbican Centre (Conference venue) arrow_right
  • The Barbican Centre (Conference venue)

    How to get there

    The Barbican is easy to get to through public transport or walking. Get directions from the Barbican’s website

    Parking

    All car parks are within the Barbican Centre and can be accessed via Silk Street or via the Beech Street tunnel.

    Access by Silk Street: the first car park will be Car Park 3 and you will be on Level -1 of the Barbican.
    Access by Beech Street: the first car park will be Car Park 5 and Car Park 4 and you will be on the Ground Floor of the Barbican.

    No entrance or exit through Silk Street: 12.30am–6am

    Please note there is a car park height restriction of: 6’1″ / 1.85m

    Address for GPS:
    Barbican Centre
    Silk Street
    London EC2Y 8DS

     

  • etc.venues The Hatton (Workshops venue) arrow_right
  • etc.venues The Hatton (Workshops venue)

    How to get there
    etc. venues is easily accessible through public transport and only a 6 minute walk from Farringdon underground station. Get directions on Google Maps

    Parking

    There is no parking available at the venue, but it is within walking distance of Farringdon Underground Station.

  • The Barbican Terrace (Leadership Forum venue) arrow_right
  • The Barbican Terrace (Leadership Forum venue)

    How to get there

    The Barbican is easy to get to through public transport or walking. Get directions from the Barbican’s website

    Parking

    All car parks are within the Barbican Centre and can be accessed via Silk Street or via the Beech Street tunnel.

    Access by Silk Street: the first car park will be Car Park 3 and you will be on Level -1 of the Barbican.
    Access by Beech Street: the first car park will be Car Park 5 and Car Park 4 and you will be on the Ground Floor of the Barbican.

    No entrance or exit through Silk Street: 12.30am–6am

    Please note there is a car park height restriction of: 6’1″ / 1.85m

    Address for GPS:
    Barbican Centre
    Silk Street
    London EC2Y 8DS

Where to stay

Great hotel deals for #mtpcon attendees
Easyhotel Old Street - 2*

80 Old St, London EC1V 9AZ

When it comes to finding budget hotels in London, it’s all about the location. Luckily, our east London hotel is in the perfect position for getting around the city, whether you’re here for business or pleasure! Situated walking distance from the largest performing arts centre in Europe, Barbican Centre, easyHotel Old Street is one of the best cheap hotels in London for those who want to experience all that the East End has to offer.

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The Motcalm - 5*

52 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y 4SA

The Montcalm at the Brewery wears its quirky heritage with pride, an award-winning transformation from historic brewery to handsome five star hotel. With period features at every turn, it stays faithful to its past as the eighteenth century base of Whitbread & Co, but it’s also every inch the twenty-first century hotel you’d expect of a superbly central City of London location.

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Malmaison London - 4*

At the Malmaison, you’ll find 97 stylish rooms and suites with gorgeous décor, comfy beds, power showers and flat screen TVs. It’s the perfect retreat from your busy day of business or touring the city. London hotels don’t get any closer to the great sights and shops than this; you can hear the bells ringing in Great St Bart’s and the bustle of Smithfield Market, which is one of the oldest markets in London. The hottest sites in London are just a short tube ride away too, with Malmaison London located next to Barbican Station, providing access to the Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith & City lines.

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Things to do while you're here

  • Art, Design, Architecture arrow_right
  • Markets arrow_right
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  • Games arrow_right
  • Food and Drink arrow_right
  • Art, Design, Architecture

    Another me at the Royal Festival Hall – Unlock your preconceptions at this year’s exhibition of works entered into the Koestler Awards for arts in criminal justice, curated by Soweto Kinch. Over 150 artworks, including music, poetry, paintings, drawings and sculpture, speak of their makers’ concerns, hopes and dreams, illuminating the breadth of talent in UK prisons and other secure settings. Mercury-nominated and MOBO-winning Kinch, one of the most versatile young musicians in both the British jazz and hip-hop scenes, has used his curatorship to put music at the forefront of the exhibition for the first time.

    Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

    Antony Gormley – From the British coastline to the rooftops of Manhattan, Antony Gormley’s sculptures are recognised across the world. With work from his 45-year career alongside major new installations created for our galleries, we present his most ambitious exhibition in more than ten years.
    Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD

    Gallery 31: Bonds at Somerset House – Gallery 31 is a new permanent exhibition space dedicated to profiling the Studios community and work developed through our residencies. With a rolling programme and a different theme each season, Gallery 31 presents a curated selection of new commissions alongside existing and in-progress works.
    Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA

  • Markets

    Broadway Market – Produce, street food, clothing, arts and crafts. Saturdays.
    Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ

    Cabbages and Frocks Market – Fresh food and vintage clothing. Saturdays.
    St Marylebone Parish Church, 17 Marylebone Road London NW1 5LT

    Maltby Street Market – Hidden little foodie street, great food and drink. Saturdays and Sundays.
    Ropewalk, London SE1 3PA

    Pop Brixton – Community space showcasing the best and most exciting independent start-ups and businesses. Food, drink, retail, artists and tech.
    49 Brixton Station Road London SW9 8PQ

    Borough Market – Produce and epic range of street food. Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
    8 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TL

    Flat Iron Square – Bars, food vendors, restaurants and street food trucks taking over 7 railway arches in Bankside.
    Flat Iron Square, London SE1 1TD 

  • Buildings with views

    Skygarden – 360 degree uninterrupted views across the City of London.
    1 Sky Garden Walk, EC3M 8AF

    The Shard – Views from the tallest building in the UK.
    32 London Bridge Street, SE1 9SG

    Tower Bridge Glass Floor Walkways – A unique view of London beneath your feet from 42 metres above the River Thames.
    Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP

  • Games

    Flight Club – Darts reinvented! With fast-paced multiplayer games, ground-breaking dart-tracking technology, instant scoring and a slick and intuitive user interface, even a complete beginner can win on the day. Book in advance!
    Locations in Bloomsbury, Shoreditch and Victoria

    The Crystal Maze Live Experience London – Besides being the ultimate team challenge, it’s a properly interactive, frenetic and very silly test of your mental and physical abilities. Most of all, it’s So Much Fun!
    10-14 White Lion Street, Angel, London N1 9PD

    All Star Lanes – Bowling with great food, craft beer and cocktails. Their bowling lanes and pinspotters were flown all the way over from the USA; they’ve got a team of expert technicians on hand to help at all times. Book in advance!
    Locations in Holborn and Shoreditch

    Bounce – London’s home of ping pong! Enjoy a little competition as well as quality food and cocktails. Advanced bookings are welcome for groups of 6 people or more.
    121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD

  • Food and Drink

    Notes – Coffee roastery and cafe from breakfast to dinner.
    1 Ropemaker Street, London EC2Y 9HT

    Clerkenwell & Social – House-infused cocktails and hand-crafted pizzas spread over 2 floors with a large outdoor terrace.
    2-5 St John’s Square, London, EC1M 4DE

    Coin Laundry – Laid back neighbourhood bar and restaurant serving up proper comfort food, 70s revival cocktails and a big fat slice of nostalgia.
    70 Exmouth Market, London, EC1R 4QP

    Ask for Janice – staff favourite for drinks from beers to ciders, exceptional gin list, and food.
    50-52 Long Lane, Farringdon, London, EC1A 9EJ

    The Modern Pantry – Casual fine dining space serving breakfast, lunch & dinner throughout the week & weekend.
    47-48 St John’s Square ,Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 4JJ

  • Art, Design, Architecture arrow_right
  • Art, Design, Architecture

    Another me at the Royal Festival Hall – Unlock your preconceptions at this year’s exhibition of works entered into the Koestler Awards for arts in criminal justice, curated by Soweto Kinch. Over 150 artworks, including music, poetry, paintings, drawings and sculpture, speak of their makers’ concerns, hopes and dreams, illuminating the breadth of talent in UK prisons and other secure settings. Mercury-nominated and MOBO-winning Kinch, one of the most versatile young musicians in both the British jazz and hip-hop scenes, has used his curatorship to put music at the forefront of the exhibition for the first time.

    Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX

    Antony Gormley – From the British coastline to the rooftops of Manhattan, Antony Gormley’s sculptures are recognised across the world. With work from his 45-year career alongside major new installations created for our galleries, we present his most ambitious exhibition in more than ten years.
    Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD

    Gallery 31: Bonds at Somerset House – Gallery 31 is a new permanent exhibition space dedicated to profiling the Studios community and work developed through our residencies. With a rolling programme and a different theme each season, Gallery 31 presents a curated selection of new commissions alongside existing and in-progress works.
    Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA

  • Markets arrow_right
  • Markets

    Broadway Market – Produce, street food, clothing, arts and crafts. Saturdays.
    Broadway Market, London E8 4QJ

    Cabbages and Frocks Market – Fresh food and vintage clothing. Saturdays.
    St Marylebone Parish Church, 17 Marylebone Road London NW1 5LT

    Maltby Street Market – Hidden little foodie street, great food and drink. Saturdays and Sundays.
    Ropewalk, London SE1 3PA

    Pop Brixton – Community space showcasing the best and most exciting independent start-ups and businesses. Food, drink, retail, artists and tech.
    49 Brixton Station Road London SW9 8PQ

    Borough Market – Produce and epic range of street food. Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
    8 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TL

    Flat Iron Square – Bars, food vendors, restaurants and street food trucks taking over 7 railway arches in Bankside.
    Flat Iron Square, London SE1 1TD 

  • Buildings with views arrow_right
  • Buildings with views

    Skygarden – 360 degree uninterrupted views across the City of London.
    1 Sky Garden Walk, EC3M 8AF

    The Shard – Views from the tallest building in the UK.
    32 London Bridge Street, SE1 9SG

    Tower Bridge Glass Floor Walkways – A unique view of London beneath your feet from 42 metres above the River Thames.
    Tower Bridge Road, London, SE1 2UP

  • Games arrow_right
  • Games

    Flight Club – Darts reinvented! With fast-paced multiplayer games, ground-breaking dart-tracking technology, instant scoring and a slick and intuitive user interface, even a complete beginner can win on the day. Book in advance!
    Locations in Bloomsbury, Shoreditch and Victoria

    The Crystal Maze Live Experience London – Besides being the ultimate team challenge, it’s a properly interactive, frenetic and very silly test of your mental and physical abilities. Most of all, it’s So Much Fun!
    10-14 White Lion Street, Angel, London N1 9PD

    All Star Lanes – Bowling with great food, craft beer and cocktails. Their bowling lanes and pinspotters were flown all the way over from the USA; they’ve got a team of expert technicians on hand to help at all times. Book in advance!
    Locations in Holborn and Shoreditch

    Bounce – London’s home of ping pong! Enjoy a little competition as well as quality food and cocktails. Advanced bookings are welcome for groups of 6 people or more.
    121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD

  • Food and Drink arrow_right
  • Food and Drink

    Notes – Coffee roastery and cafe from breakfast to dinner.
    1 Ropemaker Street, London EC2Y 9HT

    Clerkenwell & Social – House-infused cocktails and hand-crafted pizzas spread over 2 floors with a large outdoor terrace.
    2-5 St John’s Square, London, EC1M 4DE

    Coin Laundry – Laid back neighbourhood bar and restaurant serving up proper comfort food, 70s revival cocktails and a big fat slice of nostalgia.
    70 Exmouth Market, London, EC1R 4QP

    Ask for Janice – staff favourite for drinks from beers to ciders, exceptional gin list, and food.
    50-52 Long Lane, Farringdon, London, EC1A 9EJ

    The Modern Pantry – Casual fine dining space serving breakfast, lunch & dinner throughout the week & weekend.
    47-48 St John’s Square ,Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 4JJ