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The British Blues Exhibition at the Barbican Music Library
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Library

British Blues Exhibition

Free

The British Blues Exhibition charts the rise of the music that became the ‘British Blues Explosion’, detonating on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1960s and changing popular music forever.

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Art & design

Our Time on Earth

We belong to an incredible ecosystem. One species among millions of others, striving to live together in a delicate balance.

Squish Space Main Image
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Tours & public spaces

Squish Space

Free

Discover, touch, play and learn in our reopened Squish Space. 

16 portrait mages of teenage black boys
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Talks & events Tours & public spaces

S.M.I.L.E-ing Boys Experience

Kay Rufai's photographic exhibition, S.M.I.L.E-ing Boys Experience, opens across Level G this summer. 

Living Lineages exhibition
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Library Talks & events Tours & public spaces

Living Lineages

Free

An exhibition exploring how a team of researchers traced the origins of a set of photographs of Bajuni people from the 1930s, offering new ways of interpreting Britain’s colonial archives.

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.

Show materials used to make art work
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Art & design Talks & events

Following the Breath

Free

Join us inside the Conservatory with artist Sam Winston, who uses drawing and breathing to explore the relationship between air quality, environmental issues and mindful creative practice.

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Theatre & dance

Anything Goes

Anything Goes is ‘back and better than ever!’ and ‘Remains the best show in town’ (The Times). This limited season of the musical sensation must end 3 September. 

Bullet Train
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Cinema

Bullet Train

Based on the Japanese novel, Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka, five assassins find themselves on a fast-moving bullet train from Tokyo to Morioka with only a few stops in between.

Nope
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Cinema

Nope

“What’s a bad miracle?”