Read, Watch & Listen
Explore an online exhibition by our Young Visual Arts Group, showcasing 70 artworks exploring the impermanence of social structures, the relationship between the individual & the collective and how the self is shaped by a dramatically changing world.
Emma Bouraba looks at the sounds of Algerian resistance, exploring the ideologies in I Still Hide To Smoke, Rayana Obermeyer’s debut feature film, set in a hammam in Algiers during the Black Decade.
This week you’ll find us once more exploring our interview archive, travelling back to 2012 and listening in to a conversation between Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and Jon Tolansky about the piano work of Beethoven.
This week we revisit a series of interviews which took place in late 2018 to coincide early the following year with the release of the film The Favourite.
Encounter a story as old as conflict itself told in a totally new way in a gripping production by Vox Motus at the Bridge Theatre, based on Caroline Brothers’ novel, 'Hinterland'.
Director James Erskine and co-producer Shianne Brown joined us for a ScreenTalk to discuss the new documentary, 'Billie' in this live conversation with broadcaster and DJ, Zakia Sewell.
In a new interview series, we get to know some of the performers, artists and creatives from our programme. First up, performance maker and writer, Rachel Mars as she shares some of her Barbican experiences - from a young audience member to award-winning performer on stage.