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From the Caribbean to Coventry
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Library

From the Caribbean to Coventry: Plotting the Rise of 2Tone

Free

An exhibition for the fans by the fans going some way to explain not just what 2Tone is but why and how we got there.

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican
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Art & design Tours & public spaces

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican

Free

This free installation invites visitors to orient themselves in the buildings and their complex, fascinating histories in an exciting new display at the heart of the Barbican’s Foyers.

 Unravel The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art, Installation view, Barbican Art Gallery (c) Jemima Yong Barbican Art Gallery
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Art & design

Unravel: The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art

Using textiles, fibre and thread, 50 international artists challenge power structures and reimagine the world in this major group exhibition.

Barbican architecture
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Tours & public spaces

Architecture Tours

Discover the vast, bold and brutal Barbican estate on our 90 minute Architecture Tours.

Two men lie in bed together, draped in orange light. They look lovingly at each other.
Event
Cinema

All Of Us Strangers

Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott are neighbours falling in love despite the presence of their pasts, in this intertwined fantasy romance by Andrew Haigh.

zone of interest
Event
Cinema

The Zone of Interest

Jonathan Glazer examines evil through the prism of everyday life for a commandant's family living in the shadow of Auschwitz. 

A mystical image of a woman moving across a stage, in a ghostly manner.
Event
Cinema

NT Encore: Yerma

A woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in this radical production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece.

An illustration of the Totoro character with green watercolour washes of paint. Inside Totoro's face is the silhouette of two small characters holding a red umbrella.
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Theatre & dance

Royal Shakespeare Company/Joe Hisaishi: My Neighbour Totoro

Find your spirit with the “awe-inspiring” (Time Out) and “dazzling” (Guardian) My Neighbour Totoro, as this five-star, award-winning production returns for a strictly limited season.

Dr Michael Mosley and Dr Clare Bailey
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Talks & events

Dr Michael Mosley and Dr Clare Bailey

For the first time ever, Dr Michael Mosley and Dr Clare Bailey are set to embark on a joint UK theatre tour, with their much-anticipated live theatre show.

A man gazes at a woman in a beautiful costume
Event
Cinema

Poor Things [35mm]

We are delighted to present these special screenings of Poor Things on 35mm film.

A man stands in front of a woman in a candlelit dining room, in soft evening lighting.
Event
Cinema

The Taste of Things

A relationship between long-term colleagues begins to simmer as the heat is turned up in the kitchen, from Norwegian Wood director Anh Hung Tran. 

A man and a girl sit on a bench in a park, looking up to the sky and smiling.
Event
Cinema

Perfect Days

Kôji Yakusho teaches the art of appreciating the everyday in this meditative drama from Wim Wenders.

From the Caribbean to Coventry
Event
Library

From the Caribbean to Coventry: Plotting the Rise of 2Tone

Free

An exhibition for the fans by the fans going some way to explain not just what 2Tone is but why and how we got there.

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican
Event
Art & design Tours & public spaces

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican

Free

This free installation invites visitors to orient themselves in the buildings and their complex, fascinating histories in an exciting new display at the heart of the Barbican’s Foyers.

 Unravel The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art, Installation view, Barbican Art Gallery (c) Jemima Yong Barbican Art Gallery
Event
Art & design

Unravel: The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art

Using textiles, fibre and thread, 50 international artists challenge power structures and reimagine the world in this major group exhibition.

Barbican architecture
Event
Tours & public spaces

Architecture Tours

Discover the vast, bold and brutal Barbican estate on our 90 minute Architecture Tours.

A man stands in front of a woman in a candlelit dining room, in soft evening lighting.
Event
Cinema

The Taste of Things

A relationship between long-term colleagues begins to simmer as the heat is turned up in the kitchen, from Norwegian Wood director Anh Hung Tran. 

A man and a girl sit on a bench in a park, looking up to the sky and smiling.
Event
Cinema

Perfect Days

Kôji Yakusho teaches the art of appreciating the everyday in this meditative drama from Wim Wenders.

A woman stands on a train platform in the dark, looking concerned.
Event
Cinema

Memory

A woman running from her past becomes intertwined with a man trying to hold on to his, with Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, directed by Michel Franco.

Sir Simon Rattle conducting
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Classical music

London Symphony Orchestra: Half Six Fix – Shostakovich 4

Sir Simon Rattle introduces Shostakovich’s Fourth in this early-evening concert.

An illustration of the Totoro character with green watercolour washes of paint. Inside Totoro's face is the silhouette of two small characters holding a red umbrella.
Event
Theatre & dance

Royal Shakespeare Company/Joe Hisaishi: My Neighbour Totoro

Find your spirit with the “awe-inspiring” (Time Out) and “dazzling” (Guardian) My Neighbour Totoro, as this five-star, award-winning production returns for a strictly limited season.

Figure in the foreground dressed in black, holding a bunch of dried, burnt foliage, with desert landscape in the background and cloudy, red skies
Event
Classical music Theatre & dance

A Star Next to the Moon, Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Love and belonging struggle under a tyrannical regime in Stephen McNeff’s latest opera, A Star Next to the Moon. Based on Juan Rulfo’s iconic novel Pedro Páramo, with a libretto by Aoife Mannix.

Two performers on stage: one creeps up behind the other menacingly.
Event
Theatre & dance

Det Ferösche Compagnie: Castle of Joy

Hear the compelling story of a person's inspiring journey to build a world of their own in this moving play from the innovative Faroese theatre company, based on true events.

A man gazes at a woman in a beautiful costume
Event
Cinema

Poor Things [35mm]

We are delighted to present these special screenings of Poor Things on 35mm film.

zone of interest
Event
Cinema

The Zone of Interest

Jonathan Glazer examines evil through the prism of everyday life for a commandant's family living in the shadow of Auschwitz. 

Two men lie in bed together, draped in orange light. They look lovingly at each other.
Event
Cinema

All Of Us Strangers

Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott are neighbours falling in love despite the presence of their pasts, in this intertwined fantasy romance by Andrew Haigh.

From the Caribbean to Coventry
Event
Library

From the Caribbean to Coventry: Plotting the Rise of 2Tone

Free

An exhibition for the fans by the fans going some way to explain not just what 2Tone is but why and how we got there.

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican
Event
Art & design Tours & public spaces

Concrete and Clay: Archiving the Barbican

Free

This free installation invites visitors to orient themselves in the buildings and their complex, fascinating histories in an exciting new display at the heart of the Barbican’s Foyers.

 Unravel The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art, Installation view, Barbican Art Gallery (c) Jemima Yong Barbican Art Gallery
Event
Art & design

Unravel: The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art

Using textiles, fibre and thread, 50 international artists challenge power structures and reimagine the world in this major group exhibition.

Barbican architecture
Event
Tours & public spaces

Architecture Tours

Discover the vast, bold and brutal Barbican estate on our 90 minute Architecture Tours.