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09:00 at Rio Cinema
Inviting all psychoanalysts, scholars and cinephiles for a 2-day conference exploring the cinema of David Lynch through a psychoanalytic lens.

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14:00 at British Library
Spend a bank holiday afternoon with Turner Prize-nominated king of odd, David Shrigley, as he celebrates the release of his new collection of artwork, Fully Coherent Plan.

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19:00 at Foyles
Join authors Guy Gunaratne, Libby Page and Kate Mahood as they showcase their debut work, each with a fresh take on life in our city.

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19:00 at Ace Hotel London Shoreditch
Literary Death Match are back and putting on an evening of epically hilarious, literary proportions that will have you tap-dancing on your chair (or, more likely, applauding).

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18:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Join Amber as she takes us on an journey around the UK's most fascinating theatres, the unusual histories & locations & thriving communities, in this highly personal love letter to Britain's theatres.

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18:30 at Waterstones Piccadilly
Join Daniel Trilling as he discusses his book, Lights in the Distance with Gary Younge, his extensive work reporting on the refugee crisis, and the state of the ‘European values’.

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18:30 at London School of Economics
Join CND General Secretary Kate Hudson as she discusses her new book, covering the inside story of six decades of this movement.

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14:00 at Toynbee Studios
APUK and PalFest Join forces to bring you a day of music, film, literature and delicious Palestinian food - celebrating Palestinian culture and its long history.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
One of the world’s leading actors interprets the subversive genius of the Marquis de Sade.

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18:30 at Regent Street Cinema
Photographer & filmmaker Alex Prager discusses her work on the opening day of her exhibition Silver Lake Drive. The discussion is followed by a screening of Laughton’ The Night of the Hunter.

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