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18:30 at British Library
Was Music Hall just an agent of blind patriotism? Hear the great songs of the period recreated and enjoy a balanced debate. Hosted by the music hall star turned hip-hop artiste Ida Barr.

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19:00 at The Cittie of Yorke
Should potentially more powerful neurotechnological, neurobiological, or genetic enhancements be made available in future as well? If so, what kinds of enhancements should these be?

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19:00 at Toynbee Studios
Artsadmin and TippingPoint host an artistic take on Green Drinks, tailored to any artist, organisation or individual interested in creative and artistic approaches to tackling green issues.

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19:15 at Barbican
Jia Zhangke’s real-life inspired film made out of four overlapping stories depicting individuals driven to bloody acts by grim social realities.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
At times seductive, at times unnerving, placing the audience at the heart of a thrilling attack on their own identity.

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20:00 at National Theatre
Blending the passion of politics with pounding dance beats Here Lies Love is the revolutionary musical experience by David Byrne & Fatboy Slim, tracing the astonishing journey of Filipinas first lady

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19:30 at Holy Trinity Church
An original play about the British involvement in the slave trade, performed at the church where William Wilberforce began his abolition campaign.

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17:00 at Number 90 Bar Restaurant
The summer is finished and now we’re all back to our daily routine schedule… Mess with the routine and indulge in a package deal of exciting performances, music and great art.

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19:30 at Cecil Sharp House
Not-to-be-missed UK performance from multi-instrumentalist Andrew Cronshaw and SANS – a collective of musicians who combine individual traditions to create a completely unique sonic world.

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19:30 at Canada Water Culture Space
A very special showcase of queer spoken word (and live radio broadcast!) with Aoife Mannix, Jack Rooke and Anna Kahn, hosted by Rosie Wilby.

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