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Nadine Shah

Live from the Barbican

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Atmospheric post punk noir pop from Nadine Shah in a special one-off performance of her latest record Kitchen Sink in its entirety.

With her fourth album released in 2020 to great critical acclaim, Nadine Shah has carved out a unique musical niche for herself. Her rich, jazz-influenced vocals luxuriate over every track – complementing the arch, darkly angular new-wave production of her records, and creating a brooding and intensely atmospheric blend.

Shah has become a unique and insightful voice in the alternative music scene, well known for her intelligently fearless social and political commentary, which alongside her spiky sense of humour has made her one of the most fascinating musicians of the moment.

Under new guidelines, we’ve fewer available seats in our venues and thoroughly clean between performances. You can only sit in the same seating cluster as someone from your own household (or support bubble) and we ask you to not swap seats so we can maintain a safe distance between you and other groups.

Tickets must be booked online in advance. Tickets to watch the concert online from your home are only available until the event begins.

Produced by the Barbican

£20-30*

£12.50

Watch in person £10

Watch online £5

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Subject to availability

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No booking fee. Discounted tickets subject to availability.

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Corporate Members enjoy 25% off ticket prices for this concert.

2 tickets max per booking.

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Please note that a small number of tickets are also held for the general on sale on Fri 11 Dec

Access Members: £7.50

If an Access Members needs a personal assistant for their visit, please email [email protected] to arrange.

*Excludes £3 booking fee

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