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20:00 at The Place
Vincent Dance Theatre joins forces with Audio Active to premiere VDT's first ever all-male production, blending elements of street dance, testimonials and rapping.

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18:00 at Hackney Showroom
A fun-packed evening of sensational entertainment, dedicated to pioneers of sexuality, striptease artists, sexual service providers and their allies.

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18:30 at Sanctum Hotel
Art historian Patrick Bade takes us on a journey to early 20th century Paris, as he explores the lives and careers of avant garde artists Modigiliani and Soutine.

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19:30 at National Theatre
One day. Six cities. A thousand stories. Inua Ellams conjures up a barber shop teeming with African anecdotes and arguments.

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20:00 at Oval Space
The World music quartet from Kiev bring their unforgettable and refreshingly novel Ukrainian folk melodies and rhythms to Oval Space.

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10:00 at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Delivering a splash of colour to the winter months, Rose Wylie brings her large-scale paintings to the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

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19:00 at Emmanuel Centre
Join a collection of speakers and actors as they discuss how great speeches have swayed the course of history and demonstrate how, more than ever, we need them to help define our values and who we are

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19:30 at Cafe OTO
Singer-songwriter, No Wave iconoclast and Big Sexy Noise-queen Lydia Lunch returns to OTO with her avant-garde quartet. Plus support from Gabi Losoncy.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
James Fritz's Bruntwood Prize winner Parliament Square asks how far would you go for what you believe in? And where do you draw the line between commitment and dangerous obsession?

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Michael Keegan-Dolan’s adaptation of the haunting ballet Swan Lake, set in the Irish Midlands with Nordic and Irish traditional music.

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