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Shabaka and the Ancestors

Cancelled

Performing energetic, futurist jazz, including material from their new album We Are Sent Here By History.

The performers from The Lost Words stand outside a house with a slated roof

The Lost Words: Spell Songs

Cancelled

This concert has been rescheduled for Wednesday 3 February 2021. Details including ticket sales will be announced this week.

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Nadine Shah: Live from the Barbican

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

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Tony Visconti & Woody Woodmansey: The Best of Bowie

Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey perform The Best of Bowie – iconic hits and cult classics from his extraordinary back catalogue.

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Novo Amor

Acclaimed Welsh producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Novo Amor performs his Barbican debut.

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Hollie McNish

Poet and author Hollie McNish hosts an evening of spoken word to launch her new book, Slug… and other things I’ve been told to hate.

Arthur Jeffes standing with a walking stick and holding a fake penguin head on his shoulder

Penguin Cafe

This concert has been rescheduled for Thursday 10 June 2021.

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MoodSwing

This concert has been rescheduled for Sunday 11 July 2021. All existing tickets remain valid.

Neil Hannon in a black and white suit and tie standing in front of a blue pyramid

The Divine Comedy: Liberation/Promenade

As part of a five-night residency celebrating their 30th anniversary, Neil Hannon’s The Divine Comedy, performing as an eleven-piece ensemble, play the band’s first two full albums in their entirety.