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12:30 at Cecil Sharp House
After a wee 18 month break, Sunday Papers Live are back and proving their sold-out events are as popular as ever.

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14:00 at Oval Space
Come celebrate Secretsundaze’s 15th birthday with a Bank Holiday Sunday day and night special at Oval Space.

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19:30 at Asylum Chapel
A performance from idiosyncratic Japanese sound artist Akio Suzuki, as part of Thirty Three Thirty Three’s Japan:London series.

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10:00 at BFI Southbank
Running throughout August, BFI launches its Punk.London season, screening Eraserhead, Sid and Nancy, Afro-Punk, Seaford Mods- Invisible Britain and Anarchy! The McLaren Westwood Gang.

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19:00 at Unicorn Theatre
Written and directed by Tim Crouch, Adler & Gibb hops straight off the road from the Edinburgh Fringe and into Unicorn Theatre from 30th August.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
Belarus Free Theatre combine forces with Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina to share stories of persecuted artists, living under dictatorship, who will not be silenced.

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19:00 at CGP Gallery
Tai Shani & A- - -Z present an evening of performances and screenings around Sci-Fi / Gender / Technology / The Contemporary Gothic at Dilston Grove.

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20:00 at ICA
Four days of performance, installations, talks and workshops to foster exchange between artists across the Middle East, North Africa and the UK.

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12:00 at Southbank Centre
Following the savoury success of last year's event, Pop Up Africa returns with their popular street-food market.

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12:00 at waterside contemporary
In a video installation conceived specially for the gallery, George Barber examines prevailing debates around international borders.

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