Random International: The Rain Room

Take a look at Ellie Ward’s experience through the incredible Rain Room at the Barbican. A brilliant post and unique exhibition that’s still available to visit until March!

Rose Tinted Writer

Ironically, it is a typically grey and drizzly afternoon as I walk through East London in search of The Barbican Centre, the home of  The Rain Room. The exhibition, by Random International has sparked the curiosity of many Londoners and tourists, who have flocked to come and see it. Unfortunately, yes this means you can expect long queues, because only five people can experience the installation at any one time. This should not put you off however, The Rain Room experience is pretty unique and an unusual way to spend a couple of hours in this increasingly commercial capital.

Having spent about an hour waiting (TIP: take a friend so one of you can nip to the Costa in the centre for coffee and cake while the other one keeps your place in the queue!), it was finally time to walk into the Curve, one of the biggest exhibition…

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