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11:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
For four exciting days, creative and cutting-edge publishers, big and small, transform the Whitechapel Gallery into the London Art Book Fair.

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11:00 at Siobhan Davies Studios
Reflecting on the choreographic potential of geographical thinking, visual artist and filmmaker Sam Williams presents his latest video installation, durational performance, films and the written word.

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18:45 at ICA
After living in the US illegally for over 20 years, Miko takes a cross-country journey from LA to NYC in this critical moment of hostility against migrants in the country he has come to know as home.

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21:00 at Walthamstow Assembly Hall
Bent London triflemakers Duckie head to the Far East to celebrate the legacy of Leytonstone’s formidable homegal Fanny Cradock, in this quite queer celebration of a real British icon.

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18:30 at Design Museum
Noted for its daring, brutalist design, & appearance in Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, Thamesmead is one of London’s most iconic post-war estates. This talk explores its history & lasting significance.

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19:30 at Various Locations
See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series Fleabag, broadcast live to cinemas from London’s West End.

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18:30 at Regent Street Cinema
Shorts. Risks. Important choices. Battles. Warrior queens... Need we say more?

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19:30 at Bush Hall
An experimental rock band from Cleveland fronted by David Thomas who changed the face of music, influencing two generations of bands from Joy Division to Henry Rollins.

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20:00 at Serpentine Gallery
It's the Serpentine’s annual series of experimental, interdisciplinary commissions, & for this evening they invite artist, director & co-founder of cult clothing brand Hood By Air, Leilah Weinraub.

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20:00 at A Secret Location...
We know that we can shape ourselves is the new collaborative performance from DJ/producer Shy One and drag artist Victoria Sin, exploring the queer experience in London's underground club scene.

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