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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.

Dev Patel in The Green Knight
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Cinema

The Green Knight

Past event

Strange, sensuous and rather spooky, Dev Patel gives a fantastic performance in David Lowery’s original interpretation of the legendary medieval tale. 

Daniel Craig as James Bond, sitting in a silver car, in a still from No Time to Die
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Cinema

No Time to Die

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Sin Nombre, True Detective), MI6’s most famous fictional spy is back for another international and death-defying adventure, with a theme song from Billie Eilish. 

still image of lead actress wearing a wedding dress and smoking a cigarette
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Cinema

The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

Set in 1950s Rio de Janeiro, two sisters Eurídice and Guida, strive to follow their dreams against a brutal patriarchal society

Black and white image of Andy Warhol and Lou Reed
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Cinema

The Velvet Underground

The Velvet Underground marks the first documentary from award winning filmmaker Todd Haynes, charting the formation and dissolution of the iconic 1960s American rock band.

Tobi, a young person with pink hair, is draped in the rainbow flag in front of a few police officers in a still from Colors of Tobi
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Cinema

Forbidden Colours: Colors of Tobi + ScreenTalk

Past event

Alexa Bakony’s moving and uplifting documentary follows a queer teenager keen to move from their rural town to Budapest.

Musicians in Plus-Minus Ensemble
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Contemporary music

Plus-Minus Ensemble: A celebration of Laurence Crane

Past event

A double bill of works by Neil Luck & Laurence Crane. 

a graphic image made up of red blue and purple tones
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Contemporary music

Speakers Corner Quartet: Further Out Than The Edge

Past event

Blending jazz and electronics, Speakers Corner Quartet showcase their new project, alongside very special guests. Join us in the Hall or watch from your home.

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: But Where Are You Really From?

The first programme, The Good Immigrant, explores the ‘good immigrant’ trope experienced by refugees, and children of immigrants where acceptance is afforded to those deemed best behaved.

Scott Stroman conducting
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Contemporary music

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra: Dizzier and Dizzier

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra and director Scott Stroman are joined by renowned pianist Trevor Watkis and award-winning trumpeter Byron Wallen to perform a programme of music by Dizzy Gillespie.