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Isadora Duncan, known as 'the mother of modern dance', is celebrated in a new triple bill at the Barbican: Viviana Durante Company’s Isadora Now
Friends, colleagues and inveterate music-makers, the great German tenor and Covent Garden conductor give a recital of favourite pieces
This unflinching exhibition explores vulnerability, strength, race and gender, from private images of Taliban fighters to the bull fighters of Spain
Richard Strauss's richly orchestrated opera based on the Greek tragedy in which a furious daughter avenges the murder of her father
Ivo van Hove directs Isabelle Huppert in a new French-language version of Tennessee Williams' bewitching drama
Virginia Woolf's gender-fluid masterpiece is brought to life in a theatrical and cinematic free adaptation by Alice Birch and Katie Mitchell
Theatre and music combine in Ivo van Hove's 'sensational' stage adaptation of Death in Venice at the Barbican
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre this summer
New music, Beethoven commemorations, and world-class soloists at the forefront of classical music converge at the Barbican
The snazzy new Barbican Centre shop opens its doors after a major revamp, and introduces its Maker Series
Look at the dome on that! We're getting a brand new Museum of London: Smithfield architecture designs revealed
More tickets are released for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Newly refurbished Barbican wine bar, Enoteca Rabezzana boasts the flavours of Northern Italy