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14:00 at Barbican
She's one of the brightest rising stars in the UK film scene, and this September Underwire Festival present a selected restrospective of writer-director Charlotte Regan's work so far

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16:30 at Southbank Centre
Join guest speakers Davido and Dallas Austin, as they examine how music reflects and defines cultures.

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18:30 at Rich Mix
A series of five short monologue films exploring the theme of a ‘curated self’, a version of oneself that is composed, constructed, packaged, a conscious manipulation with an agenda.

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18:30 at Tate Modern
Come join this immersive journey through the jungle toward the mythical elephants graveyard.

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20:00 at EartH
Superstition presents an exceptional evening of heightened live experimental electronics from Anthony Child (aka Surgeon), Samuel Kerridge and Acolytes of Yama.

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17:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
Fiesta Latina is a vibrant, unmissable evening of exhibitions, performance and refreshments inspired by the galleries Latin American Season.

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18:30 at Barbican
Celebrate 10 years of Underwire Festival with a special selection of short films from its past editions.

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20:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
An evening of mystery and nightmares inspired by the films of David Lynch; a darkly surreal cocktail of damn fine cabaret, where "restless nights and uneasy dreams go with the territory..."

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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
This is the true, and very queer tale, of one soul’s journey through the wasteland of mental illness, to deliver their lost love.

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18:00 at Barbican
Reimagined in vibrant, expressionist colour, Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters marries an author to his fiction—a vivid middle where man and myth collide.

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