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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Set against a stunning soundtrack of gospel and blues, two women 42 years apart join the struggle for American civil rights.

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20:00 at Vaudeville Theatre
Described by the Guardian as 'electrifying', award-winning comedian Adam Kay shares entries from his diaries as a junior doctor in this hilarious and eye-opening evening of stand-up and music.

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19:00 at Soho Theatre
From BAFTA Nominated writer Bisset-Smith comes a hilarious, devastating and timely world premiere; a love letter to London exploring race, family and where the hell all the good night clubs have gone.

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19:00 at Gate Theatre
A double bill of bold works in development. Join Mette Loulou von Kohl and Dima Mikhayel Matta as they present their frank, powerful and honest works on queerness.

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19:00 at Gate Theatre
A magic visual delight from one of Beirut’s freshest young talents.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
The hit new musical inspired by the true story of the 1973 arson attack of The UpStairs Lounge. With beautiful love songs and power ballads, this is a musical about friendship, community and hope.

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19:30 at Young Vic
Elba and Kwei-Armah’s electrifying new blend of drama, music and dance follows one man’s journey into the heart and soul of contemporary South Africa – with the audience at the centre of the action.

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21:30 at Soho Theatre
The triple Edinburgh Best Show nominee brings an anthology of his last four shows to Soho Theatre.

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19:00 at Hackney Empire
He's won the award for Funniest Person on Twitter, he also sang the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox, but tonight, you can catch 'Catastrophy' star Rob Delaney live at the Hackney Empire.

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19:45 at Royal Court Theatre
Experimental playwright Eve Leigh explores online identities in a show that blends spoken performance, British sign language, captioning and audio description.

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