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Singer Mariah Carey is at the front of the image wrappe din a silver material with glitter falling around here and two backing dancers standing behind

All That Glitters

Sing your heart out to these Mariah Carey songs, ahead of our screening of Glitter.


Barbican Session: Tai Murray

In our latest Barbican Session, Tai Murray plays Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson's Louisiana Blues Strut: A Cakewalk in our Theatre Stalls Left.

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Boy Blue turn 21

Acclaimed Hip Hop dance theatre company Boy Blue marks its 21st anniversary this year. Founders Kenrick ‘H2O’ Sandy MBE and Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante MBE look back over their journey to the world stage.

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Kounsel: POST

Listen to a special conversation from our lakeside hosted by artists Abbas Zahedi and Joshua Leon. 

A man in an orange top is in a workshop and a robot with solar panels on the top is placed next to the camera

Our Time on Earth Shorts: The Utopians

Artist and scientist Joaquín Fargas embarks on a quest to reveal the environmental impact of extracting lithium, a key component of electric cars – which aren’t as sustainable as Tesla or Toyota want you to believe.

Actors on stage: four people are trapped behind a door, looking desperately at another person reaching towards them.

In Conversation With Gecko Theatre

We spoke to Gecko Theatre’s Artistic Director, Amit Lahav, and performers, Ryen Perkins-Gangnes, Madeleine Fairminer, Mario Patrón, Miguel Hernando Torres Umba and Saju Hari, about their sell-out production The Wedding.

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Nothing Concrete: Being a young creative

Members of our Young Poets and Young Visual Arts Group chat about what it means to be a young artist today and their experience of being part of our young creative programmes.


Postwar Modern: Artist on Artist

We asked three female contemporary female artists (Clare Twomey, Kate Malone and Pheobe Cummings) to speak about the life and work of three of the female artists in the our Postwar Modern exhibition (Elisabeth Frink, Kim Lim and Lucie Rie).

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From the Archive: Wildlife (Paul Dano)

In another archive edition we return to the cinema and experience a family falling apart in front of their son’s eyes in 1960s suburbia – here we speak to actor turned writer and director Paul Dano about Wildlife.