|Science on Screen|
A new series of cinematic explorations of the space where science and culture overlap
Glyndebourne broadcasts three of its festival productions from the 2015 programme
|Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening|
Doug Aitken’s ‘living exhibition’ takes over the Centre this summer.
This summer, we present Barking Town Square Street Party and Walthamstow Garden Party. These free events feature music, theatre, arts & crafts, food and family activity.
|East End Film Festival 2015|
4 - 9 July 2015
A programme of cutting edge feature films and political documentaries from as far afield as Lebanon, Georgia and Palestine, as well as the USA and the UK; all with a focus on the most exciting, boundary pushing first and second time directors in cinema.
|Nan Goldin and Friends|
6 - 15 July 2015
A series of work by photographer Nan Goldin’s friends and contemporaries in New York’s downtown film scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s, plus one later film, High Art (1998), inspired by her life and person.
|A (Cumber) Batch of Benedict|
8 - 30 August 2015
To celebrate Benedict Cumberbatch’s sell out run in the Theatre, we celebrate his greatest hits on screen.
|The Colour of Money|
10 - 20 September 2015
A film season all about money, money, money and the different ways it colours our lives, from avarice to freedom.
|Rio de Janeiro|
24 - 28 September 2015
A dynamic showcase of Rio, Brazil's most vibrant city, captured on film, from the silent film Limite, to Fernando Meirelles' City of God (2002).
|Head Trips: Films for the Inner Eye|
1 - 6 October 2015
A season of films that dazzle and elate. Featuring films by Paul Sharits and Jordan Belson, musical documentary Trances and the spectacular Enter the Void.
|Met Opera Live in HD 2015–16|
The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live transmissions continues for the 2015-2016 season
|RSC Shakespeare on Film|
7 - 31 January 2016
A film season of William Shakespeare's greatest plays performed by the RSC and their extraordinary company of actors, including Judi Dench, David Tennant and Vanessa Redgrave.
|Framed Film Club|
Framed Film Club is a year-round programme of film and learning for young people taking place every Saturday morning
|Parent and Baby Screenings|
Enjoy the best new films on the big screen with your little ones of twelve months and under
Watch, review and discuss the latest movies and selected classics with a community of likeminded films fans aged 12–18.
|Live and encore cinema screenings|
See the best theatre, opera, ballet and music from the comfort of our cinema screens
|London Rides: Bicycles on Film|
A bi-monthly series of cycle-centred screenings, featuring international documentaries, features and short films
|National Theatre Live and Encore|
National Theatre Live presents live and encore screenings of some of their most astonishing recent productions
We are delighted to present live broadcasts from Shakespeare’s home town to our cinema screens
|Silent Film & Live Music Series|
Barbican is the home of silent cinema in London
|Architecture on Film|
A season of one-off events where architecture meets cinema, curated by The Architecture Foundation
Exclusive Member's screenings and enjoy priority booking on ScreenTalks and special events.
|New live music and film experiences|
New live music and film experiences