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18:45 at Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design (CNCFD)
An evening dedicated to exploring all things Dylan's with Richard F. Thomas - Dylan expert and George Martin Lane Professor of the Classics at Harvard University.

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19:00 at Horse Hospital
Celebrating the release of Spectacular Optical’s new book Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film & Television, contributors Thrower & Johnston delve into the world of festive fright favourites.

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19:30 at Apollo Theatre
Based on a 2011 BBC documentary, Everybody's Talking About Jamie follows a 16 year-old boy with a secret to tell and dreams to be realised.

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21:15 at Electric Cinema
It's a film about a film. In fact, quite possibly the worst film of all time. The Disaster Artist follows the production of Wiseau's The Room, it's troubled development and eventual cult success.

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19:00 at Clissold Park Tavern
Join Bearded Kitten this December for a good ole' sing-song followed by a good ole knees-up, merriment and cheer at The Alma Pub.

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20:00 at The Resistance Gallery
Welcome to the most original, crazy, inspiring, fun exciting night out. Expect daredevil thrills of an Orwellian circus gone awry with super over the top characters, comedy, horror and Neo Burlesque.

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18:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
Co-directors and anthropologists Verena Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor explore the life and desires of Issei Sagawa, a Japanese man who killed and partially ate his Sorbonne classmate.

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21:45 at Soho Theatre
Post-popular prodigy Lucy McCormick and her Girl Squad present their trash-step dub-punk morality play for the modern world.

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23:00 at East Bloc
For one night only, NagNagNag reopen their doors for an evening of "throbbing basslines and beats to f*ck with ya pacemaker", plus a few surprises thrown in for good measure.

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14:30 at Stanley's Film Club
Christmas just isn't the same without Frank Capra's warm, fuzzy and terrifying classic. So bring your loved ones and catch it on the big screen.

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