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19:00 at Kings Place
“I am in a prison”, György Ligeti once wrote. “One wall is the avant-garde, the other wall is the past, and I want to escape.”

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19:30 at Tristan Bates Theatre
This sizzling new show is filled with the classic combination of music, mirth and murder.

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10:00 at The National Gallery
Escape the darkness of winter for the light-filled landscapes of the Australian Impressionists in the first UK exhibition of its kind.

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19:00 at Rich Mix
This discussion tackles the difficult questions raised by the outcome of last year’s referendum, exploring the role of the arts in European democracies.

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19:00 at The Courtyard
The Power of One is a showcase for solo performers, launching on 29th March with a veritable feast of live music at The Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton.

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

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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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19:00 at Emmanuel Centre
In the battle against populism and alternative truth-driven politics peer-driven change is becoming the most realistic mode of defence.

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19:30 at Village Underground
A soldier returns from war, and is tricked by the Devil to exchange his fiddle for a book containing untold riches, little realising he will forfeit his life and his love.

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