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19:00 at Shoreditch House
LIFT Festival presents The Empathy Crisis: Join Lucy Neal in conversation with writers, campaigners and artists focused on empathy’s survival in an increasingly individualistic world.

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12:00 at ICA
This event features presentations from key Moving Image organisations LUX, Film and Video Umbrella and Home Artist Film, as well as the opportunity to see some of the work they support.

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18:00 at Brixton Beach Boulevard
Bringing a slice of glittering 80’s Miami to South London, the pop up beach will host day and night parties and a whole lot more!

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19:00 at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Join poet Jen Hadfield as she performs poems of wonder and astonishment, inspired by her home in Shetland.

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10:00 at Hauser & Wirth
An exhibition focusing on the dialogue between works within the essential form that Gonzalez-Torres created.

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12:00 at ICA
ICA Presents key moving image organisations FLAMIN, SODA Film + Art and Frieze video, as well as the opportunity to see some of the work they support.

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15:00 at ICA
A panel discussion exploring how political identities are depicted and captured with the moving image, and the evolving role of the moving image as a political medium.

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18:00 at Foyles
A series of intimate performances and meditations on the cultural reverberations of jazz with host, journalist and broadcaster Kevin LeGendre, Gary Crosby and the Jazz Salon House Band.

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19:00 at Siobhan Davies Studios
What might science have to say about why dancing together is such a universal human activity across all cultures? And how might artists and scientists work together to address such questions?

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19:30 at Royal Opera House
Royal Ballet Artist in Residence Liam Scarlett presents his first full-length work for the main stage. Mary Shelley’s classic forms the basis of a three-act ballet to interpret the famous story anew.

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