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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
This is the true, and very queer tale, of one soul’s journey through the wasteland of mental illness, to deliver their lost love.

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19:30 at Young Vic
A bride promised. A blood vow broken. The vengeance of a village unleashed. Award-winning director Yaël Farber brings Federico García Lorca’s most famous tragedy to the stage.

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19:00 at Hackney Empire
He's won the award for Funniest Person on Twitter, he also sang the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox, but tonight, you can catch 'Catastrophy' star Rob Delaney live at the Hackney Empire.

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19:00 at National Theatre
Ibsen’s epic verse is reinvented as a riotous adventure for the 21st century. Created by David Hare and directed by Jonathan Kent.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
Celebrating their final year as Europeans, island-monkeys Becca and Louise got invited to the 2018 European Capital of Culture in Malta.

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19:30 at National Theatre
Following ‘The Flick’ and ‘John’, here comes hotshot playwright Annie Barker's latest offering. 'The Antipodes' is a story about stories, merging familiarity with fantasy, the bizarre and the cryptic.

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20:00 at The Yard Theatre
Expect ballet, power and BO, Dirty Crusty is the story of a 30-something women who's struggling to improve her life and personal hygiene.

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19:30 at The Coronet Theatre
In the UK Premiere of filmmaker Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors & three musicians from Palestine, Iran, Israel & Syria address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

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19:45 at Royal Court Theatre
Experimental playwright Eve Leigh explores online identities in a show that blends spoken performance, British sign language, captioning and audio description.

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19:45 at Southbank Centre
This show is the climax of an obsession with burgers – exploring how trans bodies survive and how, when they reclaim an act of violence, we can address our own complicity.

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