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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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21:00 at Barbican
Relish the euphoric intensity of this dance piece, set to a live performance by Post-Rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor, with choreography by Dana Gingras & Noam Gagnon.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Wayne McGregor's most personal work to date, Autobiography is an abstract meditation on aspects of self, life, writing, refracting both remembered pasts and speculative futures.

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19:00 at The Old Vic
Pulling the past into the present, Big Dance revives the lost voices of Bess Pepys and her contemporary, the radical feminist playwright Margaret Cavendish.

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18:00 at Shoreditch Town Hall
A wave of talent. A fresh perspective on dance and street culture. A space for what’s next.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Trained at the Athens School of Fine Arts, Dimitris Papaioannou draws on the Greek classics and his visual arts background in this investigation of life and death.

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19:45 at Barbican
Two artists united by a deep appreciation of tradition yet compelled by their desire to break it apart: Colin Dunne takes on the ‘undanceable’ music of the enigmatic Tommie Potts (1912-1988).

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