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The City of London's Barbican Centre recently announced that in-person performances will begin on 17 May 2021, with tickets going on sale from 21 April.

The Barbican recently announced that in-person tickets for concerts scheduled after 17 May 2021 will go on sale to Barbican patrons on Wednesday 21 April, Barbican members on Thursday 22 April and will be on general sale from Friday 23 April 2021.

The spring/summer concerts of the acclaimed Live from the Barbican series will take place as livestreams until 17 May and then continue to be accessible online for a global livestream audience, as well as for a reduced, socially distanced live audience in the Barbican Hall.

Tickets are £20 – 40 for live audiences in the Barbican Hall, and £12.50 to access the livestreams. Once livestream tickets are bought ahead of the concert, audiences have an additional 48 hours to re-watch the concert after the event.

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Discounted tickets at £5 and £10 are available to 14 – 25-year-olds through Young Barbican and over 1000 free stream passes are being offered to schools and community groups in London, as well as schools further afield in Manchester, Harlow and Norfolk, through Barbican Creative Learning.

In line with Government guidance, safety measures will be in place, including operating at a reduced, 50% capacity in the Hall, one-way systems to ensure a safe and socially distanced flow of visitors through the space and sanitiser stations. Visitors are required to wear face coverings, unless exempt, and tickets need to be booked online at barbican.org.uk in advance of a visit.

Upcoming Live from the Barbican concerts in spring/summer 2021 will include performances by Moses Boyd, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, Shirley Collins, This is The Kit, George the Poet, Sheku & Isata Kanneh-Mason and Nadine Shah. You can check out more online here.

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