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22:00 at The Brewhouse
Magic Door returns to London for another glorious disco-techno, glitter-encrusted archway party.

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10:00 at Village Underground
Len Faki has ​fast ​become one of the worlds most in demand techno DJ's and producers.

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15:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Award-winning author Charlotte Hobson leads this intimate book club discussing her novel ‘The Vanishing Futurist’, set in Russia during the tumultuous times surrounding the 1917 revolution.

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19:00 at Tate Modern
The final night of the BMW Tate Live Exhibition hosts the UK premiere of choreographer Ligia Lewis’ minor matter.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
A humiliating scrap with growing up skint in flat broke Britain.

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19:30 at Kings Place
Experimental pianist Hauschka presents the UK premiere of Lost, performed with German cellist Nicholas Alstaedt as part of Kings Place’s <em>Cello Unwrapped</em> series.

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19:30 at Barbican
Surely you jest? John Adams and Berlioz's epic musical pranks form the second concert of the New York Philharmonic’s residency.

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21:00 at Hackney Showroom
Shamanic Striptease explores sexual desire as a conductor of spiritual longing. It mingles lap-dancing with incantations evoking ethnic, cultural and sexual liberation.

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22:00 at Oval Space
Henrik Schwarz returns to play live at Oval Space.

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15:00 at Village Underground
Béla Bartók only created one opera, using the libretto written by his close friend Béla Balázs to transform the classic Grimm's fairytale into a tale of murder, treachery and tragedy.

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