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19:45 at Barbican
The spirit of Fela Kuti is ever-present in this intoxicating dance piece by Burkina Faso-born Serge Aimé Coulibaly, which speaks of modern-day Africa and the artist as freedom-loving figurehead.

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19:30 at The Place
Sok-do meaning velocity, combines traditional Korean dance with contemporary movement.

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19:30 at Trinity Laban
Transitions Dance Company returns with a brand new triple bill of short, innovative dance works by specially commissioned choreographers Karole Armitage, Marina Collard and Hetain Patel.

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20:00 at Sadler's Wells
Wild Card returns offering bespoke evenings curated by the next generation of dance makers. Tonight, expect an evening of rituals and dances about witches, fools, and genders from Stefan Jovanović.

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19:45 at Southbank Centre
Ino Moxo - a multi-award winning piece of visual and choreographic theatre, featuring stunning imagery and mesmerising chants, based on César Calvo’s novel The Three Halves of Ino Moxo.

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19:45 at Southbank Centre
Delve into the experience of existing between two countries, two cultures and two traditions with Mohamed Toukabri’s autobiographical solo dance work.

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20:00 at Southbank Centre
Eccentric, scandalous, provocative, exuberant and as funny as ever, fashion’s enfant terrible presents his new creation: part revue, part catwalk show.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures present their passionate and contemporary re-imagining of Shakespeare’s tragic love story.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
On this hallucinatory rollercoaster you’ll be swept along by the intense emotions and collective euphoria of a committed party crowd, their innermost selves laid bare through intoxicating movement.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Maliphant and his company of dancers explore the poetry of connections between our internal and external worlds, and how they affect the very act of movement.

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