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20:00 at Moth Club
A special evening in honour of the mysteriously incredible goddess of pop, Kate Bush.

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06:00 at The Smallest Gallery in Soho
Aiming to encapsulate the diversity of the Soho personalities in 2018, Frost presents 'Soho Tableaux', a wonderful image in a style reminiscent of the tableaux vivants of classical art.

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19:15 at Underbelly Festival
Step into a deliriously dark and daring circus world, as The Black Cat Cabaret transforms London’s Southbank into a new Bohemia!

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18:30 at Prince Charles Cinema
Join the How To Academy for a hilarious scene-by-scene commentary by Geoff Dyer of Alistair MacLean's cult classic WWII film, Where Eagles Dare, featuring Clint Eastwood and Richard Burton.

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12:00 at The Store X, 180 The Strand
An exciting new exhibition exploring the work of today's most radical video artists & filmmakers, giving a Londoners a taste of what the NY venue has been up to since it's inauguration ten years ago.

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18:30 at Koko
Featuring Martin Creed, Das Hund, Fiona Banner & more, DRAF presents an Evening of Performances - an exciting programme of live works spanning performance art, spoken word, dance, comedy & music.

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19:00 at Omnibus Theatre
Inspired by true events, To Have To Shoot Irishmen is an absorbing production that weaves movement and live folk song into a stirring tale of militarism, corruption and the power of rebellion.

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19:30 at EartH
With a gift for making synthesisers sound human & atmospheric, London-based producer Ryan Lee West, better known under the name Rival Consoles brings his thoughtful electronica to Hackney Arts Centre.

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20:00 at The Pleasance Theatre
Inspired by real events, Killymuck tells of a housing estate built on a paupers graveyard in 1970s’ Ireland. A housing estate simply crippled with hardship.

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10:00 at Serpentine Gallery
Pierre Huyghe, one of the world’s leading conceptual artists, known for creating complex immersive ecosystems, will present a major new exhibition at the Serpentine this autumn.

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