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Contemplate the brief, boundless joy of life and the looming spectre of death in Mahler’s hugely poignant song cycle – a work every bit as epic in size and scope as his monumental symphonies.
Paul Weller takes to the stage for his first live gig in two years, with the backing of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a performance curated and arranged by the multi-talented Jules Buckley.
An installation exploring two important social questions: who are our buildings and shared spaces for and how do they affect us?
An exhibition celebrating French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), one of the most singular and provocative voices in postwar modern art.
Discover the vast, bold and brutal Barbican estate on our 90 minute Architecture Tours.
The ultimate celebration of a global superstar and an intimate portrait of a woman who overcame extreme adversity to define her career, her identity and her legacy in her own terms.
From a private booth, you’ll be drawn in close to this tale of orphaned brothers and their desperate odyssey across Europe, the action unfolding in an exquisite world of miniatures moving before you.
A heavy-metal drummer suddenly loses his hearing and in desperation turns to a shelter for deaf, recovering addicts
Frances McDormand illuminates Chloé Zhao’s follow up to The Rider, a humane and lyrical film about people living on the road in the American West, based on Jessica Bruder's eponymous book.