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21:00 at The Phoenix Theatre
Forty-five years after Blatty’s best-selling novel shocked and terrified an entire generation, The Exorcist will be unleashed onto the stage for the first time in a uniquely theatrical experience.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
A rare chance to see a dramatic reading of the acclaimed play by celebrated performance poet, Lemn Sissay MBE.

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19:30 at Royal Court Theatre
Combining real lives and stories with fiction and performance, Minefield digs deep into the personal impact of the Falklands war.

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19:30 at Hackney Empire
Jonny Woo returns to the Hackney Empire stage, bringing his evening of chaos, fun and carnage with him.

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19:30 at National Theatre
I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore.

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19:45 at The Pit
Blurring the lines between live art, dance, theatre and fine art, The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein interrogates representations of female subjectivity.

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19:00 at Stratford Circus
In this playful journey of discovery and female sensuality, Superposition explores how we feel about our bodies in a funny, honest and open way.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
In response to the impact of high-profile whistleblowers, A Machine they’re Secretly Building is about how we got to the point where our governments are spying on us & how that’s changing who we are.

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19:30 at National Theatre
One day. Six cities. A thousand stories.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
James Fritz's Bruntwood Prize winner Parliament Square asks how far would you go for what you believe in? And where do you draw the line between commitment and dangerous obsession?

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