Barbican Theatre

Barbican Theatre
Castle Street, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2NJ
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Plymouth Fringe Festival presents: Venue: Barbican Theatre Running time: 60 mins Recommended age: 17+ NOMINATED: BEST COMEDY SHOW, FUNNY WOMEN AWARDS 2016 NOMINATED: BEST COMEDY SHOW, BUXTON COMEDY FESTIVAL 2016 NOMINATED: BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE, BUXTON COMEDY FESTIVAL 2016 Anglichanka (Englishwoman…

Wed 31 May

At the end we begin

Running time: TBC At the end we begin is Richard Chappell Dance's most challenging and collaborative work to date - stemming from his experiences of classical ballet, contemporary dance, martial arts and improvisation. A quadruple bill featuring Burnt Norton, East Coker, The Dry Salvages and Little Gidding…

Fri 5 May

£13 (£10) / 01752 267131

Carrie Elkin

Carrie Elkin is one of those rare artists with a tidal wave singing voice, and a stage whisper writing voice that brings you to the edge of your seat, emotionally. Like Patty Griffin or Brandi Carlile, she straddles the Americana, Folk, and Indie Rock worlds, where meaningful songs meet the fierce-yet- fragile voices of…

Thu 1 Jun

The Children of the New Forest

Against the backdrop of the 1600’s Civil War, Edward and his three siblings are tragically orphaned when their father is killed by Parliamentary soldiers on the hunt for Charles I. Fleeing, the children adopt a modest life and begin the fight to save their home, their family and their king, but will their quest tear them…

Sun 27 Aug

A Christmas Carol

(Additional booking fees apply) FAMILY SAVER: Buy two adult and two child tickets for £50! (Discount automatically added when confirming booking) Running time: TBC (includes an interval) Recommended age: 5+ If you require disabled/accessible seating, please call us on 01752 267131 to discuss your…

Thu 14 Dec

£16 (£14) / 01752 267131

Fri 15 Dec

£16 (£14) / 01752 267131

…and 17 more dates until 7 Jan 2018

A Clockwork Orange

"I see what is right and approve, but I do what is wrong…Choice is free but seldom easy" The Actor’s Wheel return with a brave and striking production of this infamous literary classic, which encapsulates a nightmarish vision of youth culture, questions social conformity and challenges our freedom of choice. Burgess…

Sat 10 Jun

£10 (£8) / 01752 267131

Comedy Night

Over 18s only Our ever popular monthly night of stand up comedy. Featuring a fantastic mix of some of the best stand-ups on the circuit and some up and coming talent. Tickets are available from the B-Bar in person (daily from 11am) Via the Barbican Theatre website Or by calling the B-Bar on 01752 242021…

Wed 3 May

£10 / 01752 267131

Wed 7 Jun

£10 / 01752 267131

First Ladies

The First Ladies of history are a force to be reckoned with, and they are cordially invited to bear witness to the inauguration of a new member of their prestigious tribe – the first female President of one of the world’s most powerful countries. Who it will be, and how, remains a mystery… Amplified by recent political…

Sat 12 Aug

Sun 13 Aug

£12 (£10) / 01752 267131


Bristol comedy stand up poet cuts his absurdist sharp teeth on the forked stage. ‘Definitely one to watch. ’ - Raise the Bar Spoken Word ‘Electric.’ - Bristol Voices Tickets are available from the B-Bar in person (daily from 11am) 24 hours a day via the Barbican Theatre website Or by calling the B-Bar on…

Thu 18 May

£5 (£4) / 01752 267131

King Lear by William Shakespeare

“…how sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child!” The Actor’s Wheel return with their unique take on Shakespeare's moving tale of a fragmented, ragged descent into madness. With achingly relevant themes that resonate powerfully with our world today, this piece is worth the travel through ‘cataracts…

Sat 27 May

Mixed Grill

Running time: TBC After going out for some Caribbean food, Alix thinks that Lewis should learn how to make a proper Caribbean curry, after all, he is a quarter mixed race, and really should connect more with his roots. Lewis doesn't see what the big deal is. Their upbringing has been very different; their thought…

Sat 20 May

£13 (£10) / 01752 267131


Let your imagination set sail, for adventure awaits, on a pioneering theatrical walking tour of Plymouth’s historic Barbican. Step over the cobbles and go back in time, as you are guided through a journey of discovery – encountering some salty characters along the way! Follow in the footsteps of the people who have helped…

…and 12 more dates until 30 Aug

Western Centuries

Country-tinged R&B.

Thu 27 Apr

Comments & ratings

1. Midfielder17 Dec 2010, 12:58pm3 stars Barbican Theatre Report

Pleasant venue. Built into old seamans mission. Has a first rate Thai noodle box restaurant and small cabaret stage on ground floor. Good facility.

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