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13:00 at Toynbee Studios
For one day only, Steakhouse Live take over Toynbee Studios with a bold programme of live performances ranging in duration from seven minutes to seven hours.

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14:00 at Moth Club
Deeper Into Movies presents a selection of writer-director Anna Biller's rarely seen short films. Expect some truly unique, female-focused and highly visual films.

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20:00 at The Slaughtered Lamb
The Nest Collective present a night of acoustic, folk and roots music from Bristol duo Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow.

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12:15 at Battersea Arts Centre
Come step inside the uNreal City - the virtual reality experience for two audience members at a time.

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19:00 at Royal Vauxhall Tavern
Celebrate 15 queer years with one of London's best weekly Queer Cabaret events.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Contemporary theatre and dance come together like never before as Jonathon Young and Crystal Pite revise an archetypal comic plot to serve as the basis for choreography.

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10:00 at Tate Britain
Explore the sinuous, erotic, elegant, humorous and grotesque and distinctive black and white drawings of Aubrey Beardsley in the largest exhibition of his work in 50 years.

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10:00 at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
The Italian design duo, Studio Formafantasma's work looks at design's ecological and political responsibilities, while probing the global industries that consume natural resources.

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11:00 at The Hayward Gallery
By turns poetic, adventurous and thought-provoking, this exhibition brings together artworks that explore our relationship with trees and forests.

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19:45 at Screen25
One of the most perversely funny features of recent times, A Serial Killer’s Guide to Life showcases some of Britain’s best acting talent.

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