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A scene from Turandot, from the Met Opera's 21-22 season
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Cinema

Met Opera Live in HD 2021–22

Don’t miss grand opera back on the big screen! At long last, the Met’s celebrated series of high-definition simulcasts returns with a lineup of ten dazzling performances.

Two girls read travel guides for the Middle East and Iran in a still from Homeland
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Cinema

T A P E Collective Presents

T A P E Collective present a three-part series of programmes of short films by mixed heritage filmmakers exploring othering, belonging and the trouble of melting pots.

A bird talks to a whale in the sea, animation
Season
Cinema

Family Film Week

A whole week of cinema dedicated to young film fans, celebrating our extraordinary natural world with gorgeous animations, stunning documentaries, exciting live action and stimulating free workshops. 

A portrait image of musician Lydia Lunch, with black hair and blue eyes
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Cinema

Doc'n Roll Film Festival 2021

Six compelling feature-length documentaries about music, musicians and the worlds they inhabit. 

A young woman with long pink hair and earphones around her neck in the film Lola and the Sea
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Cinema

Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest 2021

This brilliant trio of films celebrates queer voices and brings together a typically eclectic film offering, including comedy, drama, animation and documentary. 

Still from The Stranger/Al Garib of man with horse
Season
Cinema

Palestine Film Festival 2021

Join us for our eclectic, international selection of films focusing on issues related to Palestine.

An animated still from Stones
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Cinema

London International Animation Festival 2021

LIAF 2021 presents a selection of amazing, boundary-pushing, eye-opening animation. 

A scene from Royal Opera House's Romeo and Juliet
Season
Cinema

Royal Opera House Live 21–22

Six stunning productions of ballet and opera come into our cinemas from Covent Garden's Royal Opera House. 

Aurelien Bory aSH
Season
Cinema Theatre & dance

London International Mime Festival 2022

Now in its 46th year, Mime Festival returns to the Barbican with four captivating theatre shows and an event in the cinema, spanning the spectrum of contemporary visual performance.

A still from Night Cries
Season
Cinema

Homeland: Films by Australian First Nations directors

Explore a thrilling selection of the very best movies by Indigenous Australian filmmakers from the last three decades.