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19:00 at Trinity Buoy Wharf
Experience contemporary art on a boat via light and sound, by founding member of the band The Pogues, produced by Artangel.

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19:00 at Friends House
Amy Kingsmill hosts this talk with non-binary transmasculine pansexual artist Bonnie Bakeneko. They'll discus the magickal act of transmutation through the queer body.

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20:00 at Lilian Baylis Studio
A show about reclaiming yourself. The performance contains depictions of kink, sexually explicit material, descriptions of feeling othered, loud noises, flashing lights and sexy disabled people.

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23:00 at Moth Club
Harnessing the spirit of the legendary era-defining NYC nightclub Studio 54, MOTH Club turns into a haven for 70s-80s disco and soul in the heart of Hackney!

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21:30 at The King’s Head Member's Club
New dress-code enforced polysexual club event created by David Wood (Torture Garden co-founder) and artist Karina Akopyan. Edgy fashion, performance, drag, fetish, art, and eclectic DJs.

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19:30 at Queen Elizabeth Hall
Get inspired as Bernardine Evaristo, the history-making Booker Prize winner, launches her powerful new book Manifesto: On Never Giving Up.

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19:00 at Union Chapel
Gillian Tett (U.S editor-at-large at the Financial Times) and Yanis Varoufakis (Former finance minister of Greece) debate their visions for a post-COVID economy.

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21:30 at Soho Theatre
In this hilarious and exhilarating solo show, Muslim drag sensation Glamrou says the things that no one else dares to, and shows us what it means to live in a state of harmonious contradiction.

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19:45 at Wilton's Music Hall
What tales to tell in such strange times? Asks the wondrous creatives of 1927, the theatrical troupe known for their magical fusion of storytelling, animation and live music.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Come together in an explosive celebration of a new world. Choreography from James Cousins, sound design and music by Torben Lars Sylvest, text from British-Egyptian poet Sabrina Mahfouz.

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