Barbican Young Poet alums, Jeremiah Brown and Gabriel Akamo speak to actor Sope Dìrísù about heritage, diversity in theatre audiences and training.
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Barbican Young Film Programmer alum, writer and journalist, Rogan Graham speaks to actor Susan Wokoma about finding your community, creative process, activism and inspiration.
Sound artist, composer and researcher Rebekah Alero speaks to vocal and movement artist, Elaine Mitchener about improvisation and using your voice as a vessel for storytelling.
Barbican Young Poet alum, writer and spoken-word artist, Amani Saeed speaks to the British-Iraqi writer and drag queen, Amrou Al-Kadhi, also known as Glamrou, as they discuss gender, drag and faith.
Our series of inspiring conversations returns with a twist as we hand over to our Barbican Young Creatives to interview the artists that inspire them - first up, Riwa Saab meets director, writer and dramaturg, Kirsty Housley.
In this special episode of Nothing Concrete, we meet the curators of Soundhouse to hear more about their inspirations and thoughts about how we experience radio and podcasts.
In the third episode of our ‘Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer’ series, where we’ve been meeting some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world, we talk fashion and costume with designer, Stevie Stewart.
In the second episode of our ‘Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer’ series, where we meet some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world, gallerist Sadie Coles discusses Michael’s affinity with the world of contemporary art.
In this podcast series, we meet some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world. In this episode, we meet fellow choreographer, Sir Richard Alston, who worked with the 17-year old Michael right at the start of his career.
This week we revisit a series of interviews with musicians James McVinnie, Eliza McCarthy and Timo Andres, about the rare performance of composer Philip Glass's ‘Music In Twelve Parts’ in May 2017. A milestone in minimalist music, slowly revealing itself through hypnotic patterns of change over four hours.