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19:45 at Wilton's Music Hall
Nico and Valerie Solanas – Warhol’s muse and would-be assassin – meet, in this black comedy about fame, failure and firearms.

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19:30 at Ovalhouse
A tongue-in-cheek pop opera about a girl called Nele. It's a rags-to-morerags story of a magnificent failure in love, life, and a so-called pop career.

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18:00 at Almeida Theatre
World-renowned Belgian theatre company Ontroerend Goed brings its award-winning immersive production about economics to the Almeida Theatre, giving a captivating glimpse into human behaviour & greed.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
The nations favourite poetry gig, Bang Said The Gun has made poetry cool again. This is, folks, poetry for those who don't like poetry...

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
In a training ground suspended underneath the earth’s crust, five bodies are pushed to their limits...

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19:30 at Almeida Theatre
With a pre-teen battle for power and perfection raging on and off stage, Dance Nation is a ferocious exploration of youth, ambition and self-discovery.

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Fun Home at the Young Vic

THEATRE
01 Sep

19:30 at Young Vic
Hailed as "a poignant & raw exploration of family, memory & sexuality" (The New York Times) & the winner of 5 Tony Awards, comes Fun House, an electrifying Broadway version of Bechdel’s graphic novel.

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Sylvia at The Old Vic

THEATRE
03 Sep

19:30 at The Old Vic
Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst's remarkable story comes to life in this modern, hip hop-infused musical.

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19:30 at Gate Theatre
A woman, a phone call, a final conversation.

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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Combining personal stories with epic film, soundscapes & ethereal music - huge feats of physical strength collide with the rumbling doom of toxic doubt in Bryony's first solo show in nearly a decade.

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