Yet more from the indefatigable (if not indispensible) Neil Brand. He can be seen at the Barbican in London on Saturday 17 February, presenting a one-man show on the art of accompanying silent films with music, which is described as being “about music and film but also about storytelling, experience and laughter”. And then he turns up again on the Saturday playing piano to F.W. Murnau’s Sunrise (1927). The weekend is part of the Barbican’s Silent Film and Live Music series, which runs until June this year.