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Barbican Centre

In her book Lesbian Nation, Jill Johnston explained her conflict at taking part in a now infamous debate about feminism in 1971. Doing so,...

There’s cider, popcorn and an air of frantic excitement at Beverly’s party. Six friendly host Bevs in silvery-grey dresses and wigs assign name tags,...

In 2014, the ground-breaking lesbian feminist performance group Split Britches was touring Governor’s Island. Lois Weaver and Peggy Shaw were told not to do any...

An alumnus of Merce Cunningham and Michael Clark’s companies, Julie Cunningham launched her choreographic career in 2017 with To Be Me, a study of...

Shakespeare’s tempestuous late romance of loss and exile has both fairytale allure and modern resonance, its action spanning years and oceans, with themes –...

Theatre group Nimax has stopped handing out plastic straws at its West End venues in an effort to become more environmentally friendly. Nimax owns six...

The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein – performance artist, dancer and academic – has much to say about representations of femaleness and self-determination in contemporary...

When it opened in 1982, the Barbican Centre in the heart of the City of London was Europe’s largest arts centre. Such was its...

Barely a month after the theatrical earthquake of Roman Tragedies, Ivo van Hove returns to the Barbican with Obsession, an adaptation of the 1943 Luchino Visconti...
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