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20:30 at Zédel
The brightest luminaries in the cabaret firmament, Dusty Limits and Michael Roulston bring to you an evening of songs of wit and passion, black humour and bawdy hilarity, sung with passion and elan.

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10:00 at Tate Modern
Come on a journey through the ground-breaking works of the quintessentially contemporary and restlessly inventive artist, Bruce Nauman.

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11:00 at Barbican
In this first major exhibition of dancer and choreographer Michael Clark, Cosmic Dancer honours his radical career from the 80s until present day through film, photography and more.

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10:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
The first major UK exhibition of the award-winning Russian photographer. This exhibition is the culmination of a long-term project focused on the remote land and people of the Russian Arctic.

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10:00 at Serpentine Gallery
A multidisciplinary exhibition highlighting the crucial role that design can play in our environment, and its responsibility to look beyond the edges of its borders.

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20:00 at The Bridge Theatre
Littered with poems, stories and anecdotes, Inua retells his ridiculous, fantastic and poignant autobiographical immigrant-story, from escaping fundamentalist Islam to arrival and life in the UK.

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11:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
A duo-exhibition of two artists born 100 years apart, the highly personal 'The Loneliness of the Soul' exhibits Emin and Munch's shared explorations of grief, loss and longing.

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10:00 at The London Pavilion
It's emotional, it's extraordinary, it's educational, it could even be life-changing - welcome to Gunther von Hagens' world of real human limbs, organs and skeletons preserved through “plastination”.

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