Barbican

The Barbican is a multifaceted performing arts centre based in Barbican, London, and is the largest cultural centre of its kind in Europe. The Barbican is home to two theatres, two art galleries, three cinemas, a library, three restaurants, and a conservatory. The Barbican is home to the London Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. It is also the Royal Shakespeare Company's (RSC) London base. The Barbican presents theatre from leading companies and emerging artists across a variety of theatrical genres and disciplines.

Productions (16)

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Opens Jul 15
London: Barbican

A revival of Cole Porter and P.G. Wodehouse's award-winning musical comedy set on a passenger ship.

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A new show which centres on the lived experiences of young men of colour.

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Guildhall School of Music and Drama presents Elinor Cook's play about love and betrayal.

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An amateur production of Mark Hollmann's triple Tony Award-winning musical.
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Paul Foster directs in Jim Cartwright's portrayal of ordinary people’s lives in a divided nation.   

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Lynn Nottage's reflective piece documenting the history of her great-grandmother.

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Daniel Naddafy and Marty Langthorne's installation for babies.

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Emmy award-winning Lynette Wallworth’s 360° VR experience connecting audiences with Amazonian people who are…

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Kate Wasserberg's stage adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's epic novel.

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An exploration of the power that Amazon's founder, Jeff Bezos, holds over our planet & beyond.

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Split Britches' new work questioning the demise of ageing bodies, civil conversation, and the planet.

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Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s triple Olivier-award-winning play returns to the London stage.

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