Daniel Day-Lewis gives his final, and perhaps finest, performance in Paul Thomas Anderson's portrait of a man whose world unravels as he falls desperately in love.
Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim) returns with this unusual aquatic love story between an amphibian man and a shy, mute cleaner working at a top secret government facility.
Funny, insightful and profound, Greta Gerwig's directorial debut marks her out as one of the boldest voices in contemporary cinema.
On 26 September 1968, the Theatres Act abolished a censorship that had controlled plays in Great Britain since 1737. Fifty years on, how free are our performing arts?
After the success of our first wine dinner, we are delighted to host a further wine dinner for Barbican members and their guests in collaboration with Journeys End vineyard from South Africa.
Live music from (Im)Possibilities, a 25-piece band inhabiting the land of experimentation, psychedelic grooves and exotic melodies. Guest performance by Where Pathways Meet and others.
The Berlin-based pianist and composer makes a much-anticipated return to the live stage following 2017’s hiatus, playing brand new material in an intimate set-up.
Retelling this classic tale, which has haunted the Australian psyche for years, fires the darkest reaches of the imagination.
From Leviathan director Andrey Zvyagintsev comes this brutal study of a Russian couple whose son disappears as they’re battling through their divorce.
The Centre for Russian Music at Goldsmiths, University of London, opens up its collections for display at Barbican Music Library.
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