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20:00 at Arcola Theatre
Breaking through stigma and stereotypes, Sex Workers’ Opera is a unique multimedia production written and performed by sex workers and their allies.

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10:00 at White Cube Bermondsey
Continuing Marclay’s interest in the relationship between image and sound, the exhibition is comprised of a series of works on canvas and paper that feature onomatopoeia taken from comic books.

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14:00 at Wellcome Collection
Join historian Jana Funke to examine photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries that featured in sexual science publications.

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19:45 at Barbican
Cinematic set design, evocative soundtrack & jaw-dropping physicality combine to create an unforgettable piece of dance theatre that plunges spectators into a foreboding universe of cold, wind & ice.

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20:10 at The Vaults
After last year’s sell out show the Artful Badger returns, for an extended three week run, to the renowned VAULT festival with a brand new episode of Wild Worlds.

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10:00 at Toynbee Studios
A day of presentations, provocations and discussions by artists, activists, academics and producers looking at the challenges of fundraising ethically & strategies we might consider for the future.

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18:30 at ICA
A talk drawing on research behind a T.J. Demos co-curated exhibition opening 23 January as well as his forthcoming book.

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18:30 at Royal Festival Hall
Join Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of Southbank Centre and founder of WOW to find out what's happening in this year's festival.

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18:30 at Westminster Library
For decades people around the world tuned into programs broadcast from London to be entertained, informed – and perhaps dis-informed. But is the capital now the frontier for a battle of broadcasters?

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19:30 at Village Underground
A new manifestation of the visionary rock musician and musicologist, hip archaeologist and one-time front man of the Teardrop Explodes.

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