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18:00 at XOYO
Since 2011, Black Sabbitch have been selling out shows and wowing even the most difficult to please Sabbath worshipers, gaining a rabid fan base and the respect of critics, fans and musicians alike.

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10:00 at ExCeL London
New Scientist Live, the world’s greatest festival of ideas and discoveries, returns to ExCeL London this October.

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19:30 at The Place
Blurring the line between the real and the imaginary, Reverie invites audiences into a ‘fantasy-like’ world in which they might recognise their own emotions, phobias and behaviours.

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19:00 at Koko
KOKO presents Beth Orton - one of the UK’s most unique and beguiling voices.

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10:00 at Tate Modern
Chilean artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña will create an exciting new artwork for Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

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19:30 at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
Multi award-winning international artist, nora chipaumire makes her Dance Umbrella Festival debut with an audio-visual adventure into dub culture.

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10:00 at Design Museum
A fantastic exploration into the dreamlike relationship between Surrealism and design in this extensive celebration of surrealist objects of desire.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
A fierce, funny and frank show about Poppy and Rubina: two women who have sex and aren't afraid to talk about it.

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18:45 at Barbican
An assembly of work from the 1960s and 70s by the contemporaries of Carolee Schneeman

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Award-winning choreographer Oona Doherty returns to Dance Umbrella Festival following critically acclaimed productions Hard to Be Soft – A Belfast Prayer and Hope Hunt and the Ascension into Lazarus.

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