Wondering what’s going on behind the scenes during our productions? Before you see the plays, enjoy a different experience of the theatre on our backstage tours.
Touching on themes of countercultures, subcultures and minorities of all kinds, the show features the work of 20 photographers from the 1950s to the present day.
Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle are brilliant as a young couple going through one hell of a wedding night, in this new adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel.
First-time filmmaker Léonor Serraille and the dazzling Laetitia Dosch burst onto the scene with Jeune Femme, a raucous and playful portrait of a woman in her early 30s in Paris.
Moroccan Moumen Smihi takes up the challenge to imagine a new language for cinema, one truly expressive of local culture, not an imitation of Western models.
Taking to the stage with just a grand piano for company, cult hero Ben Folds plays tracks both classic and current.
Volatile substances: Thomas Adès and Britten Sinfonia mix the music of Beethoven and Gerald Barry. Hear them explode…
Andrew Haigh (45 Years, Weekend) returns with the deeply emotional story of a boy’s search for belonging on the fringes of contemporary American society.
This free Barbican Music Library exhibition is a collaboration between Abbey Road Studios and renowned rock photographer Jill Furmanovsky, looking at the past and present of the iconic studios.
Mike has always been intrigued and inspired by London and in this his second solo exhibition at the Barbican Library he explores the buildings and places that give London its distinctive character.
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