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19:30 at Chisenhale Dance Space
A triple bill of works from Maria da Luz Ghoumrassi, anthologyofamess and Danai Pappa & Neal Spowage, connecting people, trees and space.

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20:00 at Reliance Square
Working with in-between spaces; with things that exist in and through cracks in time and memory comes London-based artist and dancer Last Yearz Interesting Negro's FuryZ.

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19:30 at Trinity Laban
Three choreographers. Fourteen dancers. One extraordinary show.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
Breathing new life into the third tragedy of Euripides’ trilogy, Ong Keng Sen's contemporary opera fuses K-pop & pansori, the 400-year-old Korean genre of storytelling, with the classic Greek tragedy.

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19:45 at Barbican
Choreographer Rhiannon Faith tackles the complex subject of domestic abuse head on, with her inventive, empowering and participatory performance highlighting human resilience.

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20:00 at The Place
Scored with fragments of Mozart’s requiem, riffs from Hendrix, metronomic taps on a typewriter and live vocals by South African Hlengiwe Lushaba, Linyekula’s piece is a poetic, political fairy tale.

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20:00 at The Place
Weaving together poetic text and movement, Alexandrina Hemsley and Seke Chimutengwende come together to retell the history of the universe from the big bang through to the universe’s death.

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15:00 at Trinity Laban
A new choreographic festival featuring performances, talks, lunches, workshops, films & parties with the aim to provide a space for artists & audiences to share, learn, provoke & be a force for change

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21:00 at Bernie Grant Arts Centre
Part-gig, part-social, and part-dance party, Session is a battle cry and a love song, celebrating community, youth and belonging.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Sadler’s Wells’ newest Associate Artist Sharon Eyal brings L-E-V, the Israeli company that she heads up alongside Gai Behar, in its first reappearance since its Sadler’s Wells Debut in 2016.

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