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19:30 at The Old Red Lion Theatre
The classic story for the modern day. Crowley & Co. and The Heritage Arts Company present this funny, fast-paced and touching adaptation of Charles Dickens' well loved novel.

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19:30 at Platform Theatre
Directed by magician & visual artist Kalle Nio, Lähtö combines cinematic video projections with 19th century stage-magic techniques, creating mystery, unease & dark humour in this award-winning show.

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20:00 at Jacksons Lane
Witness courtship rituals and the pleasure of play, entwinings on the trapeze and games of footsie set to flamenco from multi-discipline acrobatics and contemporary circus company Fauna.

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19:30 at Duke of York's Theatre
Two queens. One in power. One in prison. It's all in the execution.

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19:30 at The Yard
It's week one of The Yard's annual festival of new performances. Expect ritual, prayer & 80's/90's pop culture in Stacy Makishi's disco-ritual, whilst Lucy has made a show with her dad.

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20:00 at Shoreditch Town Hall
A thrilling site-responsive performance from Arbonauts, Between the Dog and the Wolf takes the audience on a journey to the unnerving threshold between hope and fear.

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19:30 at The Old Vic
Matthew Warchus directs BAFTA winner Rhys Ifans in Jack Thorne's adaptation of Charles Dickens' timeless classic.

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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Vanessa Macaulay's Enticement Machine exposes the humour and horror of expectations placed on the racialised female body via twerking and make up tutorials.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
Writer and theatre maker Javaad Alipoor's one man show, weaves together stories that explore the blurry and complex world of extremists, journalists, fantasists, anonymity and hate speech.

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21:15 at The Vaults
From the bitingly observant solo artist, Joana Nastari presents an explosion of dramatic expectations and shitty preconceptions, dismantling what a play about strippers should be.

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