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18:00 at Barbican
This programme showcases this year’s Oscar-nominated live action shorts: five short films from around the world that represent some of the best new filmmakers and emerging talent.

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19:00 at Emmanuel Centre
They are coming to an office near you: job-gobbling robots that can do your work better and more cheaply than you. One in three jobs could be taken over by a computer or a robot in the next 20 years.

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20:30 at Barbican
In 1965, Martin Luther King, Jr. (David Oyelowo) leads a historical and dangerous battle to secure voting rights for all, by marching from Selma to Montgomery.

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19:30 at The Pleasance Theatre
Three interwoven stories unlock the frustrations and passions of characters struggling with their bank balances, their histories and their own sense of self.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
You are invited to a lecture. You know that the subject is probably important and it would be useful to hear what the speaker has to say but you can't keep your eyes open.

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18:30 at The Photographers' Gallery
Themes and selected texts arising from HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN WRONGS are discussed on a walk starting in the exhibition.

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19:00 at Camden Arts Centre
The performance uses ventriloquism to examine the female relationship to the art of belly speaking and the liminal states of human endeavour.

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19:00 at Royal Festival Hall
Two of the most popular pieces in the repertoire, Brahms' Violin Concerto and Dvorak's New World Symphony, share the stage.

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19:45 at Barbican
Celebrated stage and screen actress Juliette Binoche plays Antigone in a contemporary version of Sophokles's tragedy, translated afresh by TS Eliot Prize-winning poet Anne Carson.

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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Critically acclaimed physical dance theatre company Gecko present another visually stunning, visceral, physical performance.

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