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20:00 at Bloomsbury Theatre
Seven is inspired by a gig Tiff did in David Lynch's nightclub in Paris last year, just one month before the Bataclan attacks.

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21:00 at Prince Charles Cinema
6 classic films, back-to-back, from the classic Cine-goth, in one night!

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Higher Higher Higher!

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25 Feb

22:00 at Guest Projects
A weirdly timely one. A club night with one song played all night by the house band - 'When the Going is Smooth and Good' by William Onyeabor (who just died).

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17:45 at Barbican
Lars von Trier’s striking Melancholia is explored as part of the Barbican’s Craft of Film season, with production designer Jette Lehmann joining the audience for a talk at the end of the screening.

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18:10 at VAULT Festival
In 2017, the Government will make dance illegal. Colin, Joan and Nigella, your local MPs, are here to fight back.

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19:00 at Ironmongers Row Baths
Wet Sounds transforms swimming pools into art spaces, immersing the public in a deep-listening experience while floating or diving in the water.

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19:30 at Cafe OTO
Yugenism: Animated Soundscapes of the Japanese Sublime is the new experimental music and animation project fronted by British producer and sound artist Verity Lane.

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20:00 at Barbican
Hatsune Miku is a unique Pop star. She's a virtual creation conceptualized by leading artists and represents the evolution of digital music technology, crowdsourcing, and creative collaboration.

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19:45 at The Bell Pub
A talk on the transmission of scientific and practical knowledge among small-scale oral cultures across the world, drawing on Australian Aboriginal, Native American, African and Pacific cultures.

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10:00 at BFI Southbank
The BFI kicks off 2017 in style with a celebration of the work of Martin Scorsese, running from January to February 2017.

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