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19:00 at The Social
Rough Trade Editions comes hurtling out of the blocks with their first twelve pamphlets - twelve small good things to encourage, console, renew and rewire the world for their readers.

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19:00 at Frontline Club
Interviewing everyone from Blair to Gove, top journalists to Russian bloggers and tech giant execs to online activists, Tom Baldwin describes a vicious battle for control of the news agenda.

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18:30 at Curzon Bloomsbury
Former High Court Judge Sir Nick Stadlen's film, Life is Wonderful tells the story of the Rivonia Trial and the anti-apartheid movement.

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19:00 at The Forum
Described as "the coolest band around", BRMC bring their distorted riffs and outlaw sentiments to Kentish Town.

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19:00 at Tate Britain
A screening of Sara Jordenö’s KiKi, a documentary set in the New York City ballroom circuit capturing the minute-by-minute struggles and triumphs of African-American and Latino LGBTQ communities.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Wayne McGregor's most personal work to date, Autobiography is an abstract meditation on aspects of self, life, writing, refracting both remembered pasts and speculative futures.

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19:30 at Ovalhouse
Lemonade and Laughing Gas invite you to a sharing of their latest work in progress. In an increasingly digital universe which praises screens over bodies… what happens to intimacy now?

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20:50 at Curzon Bloomsbury
Hao Wu's third feature-length documentary follows three individuals – a comedian, a singer and a regular viewer – as they search for fame, fortune and human bonds through the “digital self”.

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19:00 at Horse Hospital
An exhibition and performance based on missing artefacts once found in the archive of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic.

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10:00 at The Foundling Museum
Balls is the new film by Foundling Fellow Lily Cole exploring connections between the Foundling Hospital story and Emily Brontë’s much-loved novel Wuthering Heights.

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