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20:00 at Reliance Square
Working with in-between spaces; with things that exist in and through cracks in time and memory comes London-based artist and dancer Last Yearz Interesting Negro's FuryZ.

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14:00 at British Library
Spend a bank holiday afternoon with Turner Prize-nominated king of odd, David Shrigley, as he celebrates the release of his new collection of artwork, Fully Coherent Plan.

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20:00 at Soho Theatre
Down a oft-forgotten side-street, in the districts of desire, is a shrine to the Chinese Rabbit God, Hu Tianbao. Here love and gender are not tightly bound by rule, law or social expectation.

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14:00 at Ovalhouse
Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world - one bee at a time, in this imaginative piece of comic theatre charged with vitality and immediacy.

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18:30 at ICA
Lost for decades, Beard’s extraordinary footage re-emerges in this documentary, focusing on Beard’s intimate family of friends & their vibrant creative community in Montauk (Long Island) in the 1970s.

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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
LOVE+ is a one-woman two-hander about the inevitability of human/robot relationships.

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11:00 at Southbank Centre
An exhibition that explores South Korean artist Lee Bul's extensive investigation into the body and its relationship to architectural space.

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19:00 at Foyles
Join authors Guy Gunaratne, Libby Page and Kate Mahood as they showcase their debut work, each with a fresh take on life in our city.

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19:30 at Trinity Laban
Three choreographers. Fourteen dancers. One extraordinary show.

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20:00 at Barge House
A listening party and celebration in honour of WITCiH's podcast pilot featuring Hannah Peel. Plus, an interactive audio-visual performance with AV duo Output Arts and Bishi, co-founder of WITCiH.

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