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10:00 at Various Locations
A series of public events involving local foods, their source, preparation and consumption, leading to a recipe book produced in collaboration with the situated knowledge of South Essex people.

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13:00 at Roundhouse
Writer and artist Penny Woolcock presents a new installation realised in collaboration with Block9, the designers behind the extravagant fantasy worlds of Glastonbury’s after-hours stages.

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19:00 at The Freud Museum
How do ideas pop into your head? You can think about the answer to this question at a lecture and performance about the art of Freestyle Rap by Hip-Hop artist and spoken word poet, Reveal.

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20:00 at Almeida Theatre
Using three actors and a chorus, echoing the original performance model, James Macdonald returns to the Almeida to stage Euripides’ hedonistic tragedy in a visceral new version by Anne Carson.

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06:30 at Oval Space
Another rendition of the immersive morning dance experience for those who dare to start their day in style!

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19:00 at Ace Hotel London Shoreditch
In 1964, Dr. Robert Moog introduced the world to a completely new type of instrument that would go on to change the course of music history and influence decades of future instrument design.

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19:00 at National Portrait Gallery
Queer Perspectives resident artist Sadie Lee talks to her special guest Christopher Biggins about works in the Collection which have a personal resonance for him.

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10:00 at Marian Goodman Gallery
An exhibition of new work, Orozco’s first in London since the 2011; he will present paintings, scrolls, sculptures, drawings and photographs made over the last year in Japan and Mexico.

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19:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
A season of creative documentaries exploring different perspectives on the Middle East crisis, terrorism & migration - the fates & fortunes of people who exist beyond news & spiralling statistics.

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19:30 at Camden People's Theatre
Arming the audience with electronic voting handsets, LOSERS blurs lines between interactive theatre, live art and cabaret to offer an unsettling and darkly humorous insight into reality TV.

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