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19:00 at Camden People's Theatre
one-woman show that follows the lives of five working class characters in London.

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18:30 at The Coronet Theatre
United Me, an immersive solo work by choreographer, director and performer Ney Hasegawa, explores invisibility and the spread of intolerance around the world.

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13:00 at The Master Shipwright's House
Welcome to the world of Weird Fucks by Lynne Tillman. Directed by Guy Gunaratne, this is an inquisitive and hilarious dispatch from the erogenous zones of New York and Europe.

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18:30 at Shakespeare's Globe
Tragedy, madness, blindness, mass death, despair and love, King Lear is a nightmarish family drama of global proportions, forcing us to face our own humanity and the profound need for compassion.

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18:30 at Soho Theatre
A new filthy, funny and intimate solo show, triangulating the sex and love letters of long dead artists, contemporary sexts and a meditation on the construction of the queer female body.

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19:30 at Jacksons Lane
Olivier award winning performance maker, Marisa Carnesky's feminist rewrite is the untold herstory of British working-class entertainment from immigrant, queer, activist and occult perspectives.

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18:30 at National Theatre
A powerful and timely drama exploring life, love and the struggle to survive, for those who don’t fit in during a time of austerity.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
In turns both poignant and hilarious, Lenny Henry's playwriting debut gives insight into the lives impacted by the injustice of the Windrush scandal.

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