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Women's March On London

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21 Jan

12:00 at Grosvenor Square
A call on people of all genders to march in London as part of an international day of action in solidarity against fear politics.

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19:45 at Barbican
Running from 12th to 21st January, Barbican Centre Associate Artists Boy Blue Entertainment head back to Barbican for a triple bill infused with of hip-hop and groove.

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20:00 at Stereo92
Celebrating the music from Wes Anderson's film soundtracks.

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21:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Glitter! Glmaour! Great music Good times at '54's Bowie Blowout Tribute!

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22:00 at The Waiting Room
Let’s Go Swimming continue their series of nights combining The Waiting Room’s intimate space with outrageously stacked line-ups.

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17:00 at Siobhan Davies Studios
An evening of works by Eva Karczag, Gaby Agis, Sylvia Hallett and Helen Poynor.

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19:30 at Barbican
Kenny Anderson aka King Creosote presents an expanded performance of music from his new album, Astronaut Meets Appleman, mixing traditional Folk instrumentation with elements of Electronica.

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19:30 at
Running from now until the 22nd of January - marvel at a circus performance like no other from internationally renowned company NoFit State.

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19:30 at Conway Hall
Gary Parsons will be discussing the documentaries made at the height of the British witchcraft revival in the early 70s.

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18:30 at Barbican
Siobhan Davies and Miranda Pennell are both artists trained in dance who apply choreography to film.

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