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Fri 1 Apr
–Sat 28 May 2022
Step inside a glamorous Parisian ballroom in this stunningly original virtual reality show, as a timeless love story unfolds around you in an unforgettable experience from choreographer Blanca Li.
–Sat 23 Apr 2022
Bursting with physical energy, tender reflection and playful improvisation. Laugh, celebrate and listen as these boys dive headfirst into their experiences of being young men of colour.
Tue 12 Apr 2022, 19:45
Join us for a joyous collision of encounters, memories, and film excerpts to celebrate the life of revered choreographer Raimund Hoghe.
–Sun 24 Apr 2022
An evening of two parts as artist William Kentridge brings his visionary practice to stage with a stunning chamber opera and short film with live music, created with fellow South African artists.
Wed 4 May 2022, 19:30
Britten Sinfonia and Sir Mark Elder join forces with Pagrav Dance Company, fusing classical Indian Kathak dance styles with contemporary storytelling to bring to life Holst’s chamber opera Sāvitri.
–Sun 8 May 2022
Visionary director Ivo van Hove returns with a dark, epic and visceral story adapted from ancient Greek classics that tell how revenge haunts and wrecks successive generations.
–Sat 11 Jun 2022
Seducing audiences with intricate choreography and provocative narratives, The Wedding brings the union between state and individual into question amid a flurry of white dresses.
Sat 18 Jun 2022, 10:00
Depart the Barbican for an architecture photo walk that contrasts some of London’s newest modern architecture within the historic Square Mile.
Sat 25 Jun
–Sat 3 Sep 2022
The sold-out musical sensation, Anything Goes returns by popular demand. The ‘musical equivalent of sipping one glass of champagne after another’ is back for a limited season.
–Wed 13 Jul 2022
Dennis of Penge is an epic, mythical, heroic tale by Annie Siddons, drawing on real experiences and relationships from Siddons’ childhood in South East London.