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15:00 at ICA
Imagine if you looked up your favourite film online and found…nothing. Join moving image artist Sarah Turner and start enriching the feminist bit of Wikipedia.

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18:30 at British Library
Lavinia Greenlaw and a panel of speakers respond to Robert Graves's autobiography in which he writes of his "bitter leave-taking of England" not only referring to WW1, but the questions it raised.

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19:00 at Bold Tendencies
Let us deliver mankind from the ancient, universal tyranny! ‘What ancient, universal tyranny, you cry. ‘Why, the ancient, universal tyranny of gravity!’

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18:30 at The Camden Centre
Join renowned author, lecturer and expert in the science of wellbeing Tal Ben-Shahar, for an evening exploring the science of happiness and practical tools for a happy a wonderful life.

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19:00 at Bold Tendencies
Architect and researcher Francesco Sebregondi and Matthew Shaw, partner at Scanlab Projects, join an evening discussion investigating flight, surveillance, networks, cities and utopia.

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19:00 at York Hall
East London’s boxing venue hosts 12 rounds of high calibre literary sparring, with Irvine Welsh himself as the ref.

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21:30 at London Wonderground
Pushing the lecture format to its creative limits, The Lost Lectures, for one night only, hosts yet another evening of enchanting talks from a wide variety of speakers.

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18:00 at The Clapham Grand
Stand-up comedian Mark Watson, former SNL writer Simon Rich, a music hall in Clapham. All that’s missing is you.

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19:00 at ICA
Legendary producer & musician Tony Visconti & iconic drummer Woody Woodmansey discuss the creative process of making Bowie's seminal 1970 album, from the song development through to recording & mixing

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19:00 at Royal Geographical Society
Are psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical industry to blame for the current ‘epidemic’ of mental disorders? Will Self, Professor Sir Simon Wessely and others debate.

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