Welcome to the Barbican Centre’s newsroom, where you can contact our Press Office, read press releases and find out the latest news.

Press releases

Read our press releases, which are divided as follows:

Art Gallery releases
Theatre and dance releases
Music releases
Film releases
Creative Learning releases
Corporate and cross-arts releases
Monthly email for press

Press tickets

A limited number of press tickets are available to most Barbican performances and events, as well as exhibition spaces. Priority will be given to members of the press who are reviewing for major publications or broadcast and are available at the discretion of the Press Office or the external promoter, where applicable.

To request a press ticket or entry to the Art Gallery, please contact our Press Office.

Images

Please note that images of Barbican-related artists and shows are not available online. To request an image, please contact our Press Office.

Filming and photography

Filming and photography at the Barbican Centre may only take place by prior arrangement, whether in our public spaces or in specialised venues during the course of an exhibition or performance.

If you have a general filming or photography enquiry please visit our Contact us page, download the request form on the right-hand side, and email it to press@barbican.org.uk.

For performance or event-specific enquiries, please contact a relevant member of our Press Office.

Other information

To sign up to our mailing list, please email press@barbican.org.uk, indicating any specific art forms you are interested in.

Get in touch with the Press Office for our Resident Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra

Read our latest press releases below


27 August 2014
Theatre and Dance 2014: Camera Lucida
21 August 2014
Barbican response - Exhibit B
6 August 2014
Barbican Presents – Classical Music Highlights in 2014/15
31 July 2014
Barbican Film: The London International Animation Festival (LIAF14
30 July 2014
Barbican Film: September 2014 highlights
29 July 2014
Provocative productions confront global exploitation of Africa