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London International Mime Festival: “Many people in our situation would have just given up – but we’ve kept on going.’

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Interview: Philip Ilson, co-founder and Artistic Director of the London Short Film Festival

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Interview: Actor Anthony Ofoegbu chats with Paul Anthony Morris, director of Conundrum at the Young Vic

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20:30 at BFI Southbank
Directed by pioneering rock film-maker D.A. Pennebaker, Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars remains a defining documentary and concert film, signalling the retirement of the Ziggy Stardust persona.

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17:00 at Peacock Theatre
Join the UK's hottest circus company where six acrobats deftly deploy their physical prowess where tumbling, flying and flipping become challenges and opportunities in individual bids for recognition.

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18:10 at BFI Southbank
From visionary filmmaker Nicolas Roeg comes this nihilistic fairytale starring Bowie as Thomas Jerome Newton - a humanoid alien from a drought-ridden planet, searching for water to save his kind.

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19:30 at London Palladium
Boy George’s award-winning musical returns to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the show’s original production. This star-studded charity concert is in aid of the Terrence Higgins Trust and Shelter.

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19:00 at EartH
A night of hard-hitting, mighty-swinging 50s Afro Cuban Jazz and 70s Guaguanco from the storming twenty-piece big band - the New Regency Orchestra.

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10:00 at Southbank Centre
Each year, to mark International Women’s Day on 8 March, world-class speakers, activists and performers come together for WOW – Women of the World Festival.

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18:30 at One Cartridge Place
Punchdrunk, the internationally-acclaimed theatre company who pioneered the breakthrough of immersive theatre in the UK, are returning to London for the first time since 2014.

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12:30 at Cecil Sharp House
Rejoice! Sunday Papers Live returns for a day of talks, walks, roasts & performances, offering a smorgasbord of remarkable cultural commentators & performers. Let's bring the Sunday papers to life!

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19:00 at The Forum
Few bands have invigorated French pop over the last decade like La Femme, and Paradigmes, the third album of beautifully-curated pop from the Paris-based, Biarritz band, is no exception!

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La Luz at The Scala

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19:30 at Scala
LA based La Luz are known for their 'surf noir' style and layered vocal harmonies. Their energetic shows often include Soul Train-inspired dance contests and crowd surfing.

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