Live jazz all weekend
This weekend there will be live jazz performances in the Art Gallery from pianists Ed Rice and Joe Webb - the duo will be playing standards from the early 20th century as well as a mixture of ragtime and charleston.
Wed 9 Oct, 7pm
Curator Florence Ostende leads a behind-the-scenes tour, selecting her highlights and revealing the inspiration behind the exhibition.
Then every other Wednesday from Wed 16 Oct, 7pm
Enjoy an introductory tour to the exhibition. Free with your exhibition ticket, just drop in.
Please note that tours are limited to 25 people and will operate on a first come, first serve basis.
Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout the run of Into the Night, book your ticket online for a post–5pm slot and pay £20 for a ticket to the exhibition and a classical cocktail from the Barbican Martini Bar.
How to redeem
- Book tickets on the Into the Night page.
- When purchasing your ticket, enter ‘20420’ in the promo box and select the 'Weeknight Cocktail Offer' ticket type.
- Tickets and drinks vouchers can be collected from the Gallery Box Office on Level 3.
- To claim your drink, present the voucher at the Barbican Martini Bar on Level 1, open 5pm–10.30pm.
Terms & Conditions
- Bookable online only (not available at the Box Office or over the phone).
- Valid Wed, Thurs and Fri after 5pm, beginning Friday 4 October.
- Ticket and drink vouchers must be collected from the Barbican Art Gallery Box Office on Level 3.
- Drink must be redeemed on the same day as the exhibition is attended.
- One classic cocktail per ticket.
- Non-transferable and has no equivalent cash value.
A special school group rate is available alongside free exhibition tours which are suitable for both primary and secondary school groups. A discounted group booking applies to all school groups of 10 or more:
• Secondary and sixth form (up to age 19): £3 per student
• Students under 14 years: free
For bookings and enquiries please contact the school groups booking line:
Tel: 020 7382 7211 (Mon–Fri 10am–5pm)
Please note, you will need to book at least two weeks in advance if you would like a free exhibition tour as part of your visit.