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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
CPT's festival of feminism is upon us, with a three-week programme of innovative performances and works-in-progress.

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19:30 at The Yard
It's week 5 of The Yard's festival of new performances. Woman march against apathy, for healing, purpose & power in Mirto's The Army, whilst Emma celebrates growth, ageing & transformation in Hearty.

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19:15 at Young Vic
Hilarious, epic and profound, Stephen Daldry directs this two-part play about gay New York, a generation after the worst of the AIDS crisis.

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21:00 at Soho Theatre
Sofie Hagen's brand new show packed with brilliant, offbeat observation, passionate argument, and jokes. Also: one frog related parable.

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22:30 at Soho Theatre
It is a work-in-progress. It will be terribly enjoyable, but tentatively delivered. The theme? Well, it's all about understanding one another... or the lack of being able to.

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20:00 at Jacksons Lane
Powerful and touching, music and magic realism collide in this darkly funny and moving production featuring Alex Walton and the voice of comedian Rob Newman as David Bowie.

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20:00 at The Yard
The Act is about love between teenagers. It’s about how you think we look together. The way things feel, the first time you feel them.

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21:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Eurohouse is a dark yet comical look at the EU’s founding ideals and what got lost along the way.

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20:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Christopher Brett Bailey leads experimental guitar quartet 'This Machine' through a sonic battlefield of maximum aural overload.

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20:00 at The Yard
The premiere of a hilarious, surreal and motivational show written by Joe Harbot and directed by Cheryl Gallacher.

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