Plan the perfect start to your weekend in Barcelona with our editors' selection of the best galleries, concerts, gigs, cafés, restaurants, bars, clubs, films and more that you won't want to miss this Friday in Barcelona.
The duo from Nottingham excel at expressing the raw emotions of the most jaded working class, thanks to their nihilistic and raging catharsis that comes out of the UK and under the post-punk banner. Their lyrics speak of masculinity and weakness, of professional liars and the great rock and roll swindle. They present their latest album, 'English Tapas' (2017).
Two nights, two shows, two improvisers. Barcelona Impov Group are delighted to present to you their biggest weekend yet, with double the improv, double the fun and double the trouble. Each night boasts a fun-filled Harold in classic BIG style followed by a series of duo shows with visiting improv royal Joe Bill. Your favourite BIG cast members will match up with Bill to produce five improvised duo shows over two nights, each with a completely different improv format. If you can't make it tonight, go tomorrow!
The Horrorist is the artistic name of Oliver Chesler, a DJ from New York with more than two decades of experience under his belt. A big influence of his is Depeche Mode, and he mixes electro, EBM, techno and hardcore. His productions are extreme electrónica but always looking to make you dance, with plenty of ka-boom. All of this adds up to having made Chesler one of the most admired producers among hard techno fans.
Crea Fridays presents the new photography project of the analog photographer Eva Abeling, 'Mood Swings', which explores how you can express your emotions in movement, how you can release your vulnerability, fears and desire with your body in time and space.
The Cryptic Cocktail Trail is an early evening experience across the neighbourhood of Gràcia. You will solve seven cryptic clues via a web app. As you follow the trail, you explore the tree-lined streets of Gràcia and discover some of Secret City Trails' favourite watering holes in the area. It should take you and your team about one and a half to two and a half hours to complete (though there is no time limit), and you'll have explored approximately 1.5 kilometres.