LDN’s What’s On Guide feat Guest Editors Stella Duffy & Sarah-Jane Rawlings #FunPalaces + Free tix! - http://t.co/Lcd0NJEgcq
 
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19:00 at Central Hall Westminster
The award-winning journalist and author of global best-sellers The Shock Doctrine and No Logo discusses her most provocative book yet, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate.

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18:00 at Royal College of Nursing
Writing, nursing, rise and then demise of the British asylum system are all covered in the RCN’s inaugural public lecture.

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15:30 at The Old Selfridges Hotel
With the screen arguably now the primary site of encounter for contemporary art, this talks series examines the ways in which internet circulation has affected art practice and art's function.

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19:45 at A Secret Location...
The hugely influential psychologist Walter Mischel will be joined by New York based journalist and author Oliver Burkeman, as they discuss Walter Mischel's famous marshmallow test.

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19:30 at Toynbee Studios
Come on down to the Arts Bar and Café for an evening filled with the sounds of pleasant conversation, tinkling wine glasses, and the voracious guzzling of free food. Oh - and networking!

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19:00 at Royal Geographical Society
Thomas Heatherwick, founder of Heatherwick Studio, talks about his latest projects, his passion for design and architecture and the effects this can have on wellbeing.

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10:00 at Warburg Institute
Get an insight into the emerging category of esoteric that focuses on one of its key aspects: the engagement between artists and spirit entities and what this means in terms of artistic expression.

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19:00 at The Freud Museum
Art historian Gemma Blackshaw discusses Egon Schiele's drawings of the naked female body in the context of pornography in Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century.

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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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10:00 at Wellcome Collection
A candid exploration of the most publicly discussed of private acts, featuring over 200 objects spanning art, rare archival material, erotica, film and photography.

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