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19:00 at Moth Club
A special evening in honour of the mysteriously incredible goddess of pop, Kate Bush.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Embark on an intense journey through the ups and downs of love and relationships.

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20:50 at BFI Southbank
Described as Step Up meets The Devils, brace yourself for Gaspar Noé’s unhinged dance horror. Tonight's screening includes an extended introduction from the season programmer Anna Bogutskaya.

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18:00 at Royal Opera House
Christopher Wheeldon’s new full-length ballet brings the magic realism of this famous modern Mexican novel to The Royal Ballet.

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23:00 at The Shacklewell Arms
A club night simply oozing 70s musical nostalgia right up until the modern day!

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09:00 at NOW Gallery
Slip into this stylish Feeling Good Jazz Club as Joy Yamusangie creates a series of intimate and evocative spaces to inhabit NOW Gallery and immerse the viewer.

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13:00 at The Master Shipwright's House
Welcome to the world of Weird Fucks by Lynne Tillman. Directed by Guy Gunaratne, this is an inquisitive and hilarious dispatch from the erogenous zones of New York and Europe.

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18:00 at Union Chapel
Brexit, which side is right? Join the debate and hear the arguments and decide for yourself.

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11:00 at Serpentine Gallery
Set within the grounds in Kensington Gardens, Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates's Black Chapel draws inspiration from the architectural typologies of chapels and the great kilns of Stoke-on-Trent.

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18:30 at Shakespeare's Globe
Tragedy, madness, blindness, mass death, despair and love, King Lear is a nightmarish family drama of global proportions, forcing us to face our own humanity and the profound need for compassion.

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