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18:30 at Design Museum
How can design foster freedom and playfulness for its users? Join designer Tereza Ruller as she discusses ‘performative design’ as a practice to effect social change.

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19:00 at British Library
Home to countless legendary musicians from David Bowie to Bing Crosby, celebrate nine decades of Decca through presentation, conversation and archive, with guests including musician Jess Gillam.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
Sharing their insights on the musical industry, songwriter Nile Rodgers and manager Merck Mercuriadis uncover the complex relationship between the art – and business – of songwriting.

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19:00 at Friends House
Join IQ2 for an exploration of the life and work of one of the most celebrated writers of our times.

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11:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
For four exciting days, creative and cutting-edge publishers, big and small, transform the Whitechapel Gallery into the London Art Book Fair.

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16:30 at Southbank Centre
Join guest speakers Davido and Dallas Austin, as they examine how music reflects and defines cultures.

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18:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Join Mathematician Professor Marcus du Sautoy and artist Conrad Shawcross as they discuss how experimentation, curiosity and creative thinking are central to both science and sculpture.

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18:45 at Regent Street Cinema
Join the BBC’s award-winning DJ Mark Radcliffe for a deeply personal history of music that changed the world – from Woodie Guthrie to Gloria Gaynor, Kurt Cobain to Bob Marley.

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18:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Join curator Oriole Cullen, Professor Annamari Vänskä and artist Ehryn Torrell as they look at the contribution both art and fashion make to artistic innovation and creative expression.

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15:00 at Imperial War Museum
Join London-based journalist, broadcaster and DJ Kate Hutchinson as she leads a panel of music-activists in a discussion about the rave scene in 90s Belgrade.

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