22nd August 2019
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CCCB celebrates 25th anniversary

The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) is this weekend celebrating its 25th anniversary with two days of free activities including live music and screenings.

It was 24 February 1994 when the CCCB opened its doors for the first time.

Describing itself as ‘a space for creation, research, exhibition and debate on contemporary culture’, it hosts a range of activities throughout the year including art shows, performances, festivals and talks on numerous subjects.

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The CCCB opened its doors exactly 25 years ago. (CCCB)

On the programme this weekend – and entry to the current Stanley Kubrick exhibition free (on both days) – university students hold a debate on the topic of the meaning of borders in the 21st century (Sat from 6.30pm), an evening of concerts (Sat from 8pm), and games for families (Sun, 11am-2.30pm).

When: 23-24 February

Where: CCCB

More info: cccb.org

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