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Title:Welcome to the Barbican | Barbican
Description:A world-class arts and learning centre, the Barbican pushes the boundaries of all major art forms including dance, film, music, theatre and visual arts.
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Welcome to the Barbican
A world-class arts and learning centre, the Barbican pushes the boundaries of all major art forms including dance, film, music, theatre and visual arts.聽
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Modern couples art intimacy and the avant garde
Modern Couples
Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde
10 Oct 2018
mdash;27 Jan 2019
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Wolfgangs magical musical circus
Wolfgang #039;s Magical Musical Circus
mdash;22 Dec 2018
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Royal shakespeare company the merry wives of windsor
The Merry Wives of Windsor
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mdash;5 Jan 2019
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mdash;6 Dec 2018
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mdash;30 Jun 2019
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mdash;18 Jan 2019
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mdash;16 Dec 2018
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27 Sep 2018
mdash;6 Jan 2019
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The Art of Change Shorts
The Art of Change Shorts: Social Action by Matt Dempsey
Director Matt Dempsey presents a beautiful and poignant film in response to the knife violence epidemic that has been crippling London.
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The Art of Change: Law amp; the Arts - Kate Cox
Director Kate Cox pays a visit to The Gunton Arms to meet art collector Ivor Braka to discuss censorship and collecting and displaying controversial artworks.聽
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The Art of Change Shorts: Identity / Like Me by Jessica Bishopp
Director Jessica Bishopp meets young women who use Instagram as a platform to present themselves and their creativity.聽
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The Art of Change Shorts: Globalisation / Kindred by Samona Olanipekun
Samona Olanipekun explores the concept of home, identity and belonging, taking his starting point from the theme of 'Globalisation'.
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The Art of Change Shorts: LGBT - Lexi Kiddo
With a riot of colour - and a stunning portrait of the Barbican - filmmaker Lexi Kiddo responds to this month's theme, LGBT, through dance and spoken word.
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The Art of Change Shorts: Finding Your Voice - Bertil Nilsson
Director Bertil Nilsson meets three of the Barbican Young Creatives, Leon, Cleo and Georgia, to find out how creating art has helped them define their creativity and use their voice.
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How can art respond to change?
Explore this year #039;s annual theme, The Art of Change, through performances, events and online content as we consider the role of the arts for change
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Be there when it happens with discounted access to unmissable art and entertainment as well as events and creative opportunities for 14-25 year olds
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Barbican Centre
Silk Street, London
Nearby public transport
We are within walking distance from a number of London Underground stations, the closest being Barbican, St Paul鈥檚 and Moorgate. The nearest train stations are Liverpool Street and Farringdon. Bus Route 153 runs directly past the Barbican along Chiswell Street
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Contact the Box office For queries relating to your booking, please see our FAQs or contact us on:
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Contact the Business Events team
+44 (0)20 7382 7043
Contact the BIE team Find out more about which exhibitions are currently available for touring with聽Barbican International Enterprises
Want to make a group booking? If you have a group of 10+ our Groups team can help. More info on group bookings here.
Groups is open Mon-Fri so we #039;ll aim to respond by the next working day.
020 7382 7211
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020 7382 6180
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020 7588 3008
Supporting the Barbican If you would like to discuss ways to get involved and support the Barbican, please contact the Development team.
020 7382 6185
Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10am-6pm
Working at the Barbican For general HR enquiries,聽please contact us on the details below. We are unable to accept unsolicited CVs for any positions
020 7382 7320
Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-6pm
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Press enquiry For any press enquiries, please use the email below or visit our Press Room for the latest press releases.
Something else For all enquiries, please contact the Barbican Switchboard who will help direct your enquiry.
020 7638 4141
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