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10:00 at Guest Projects
This week long multidisciplinary laboratory will clash inner and outer worlds.

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19:00 at Cecil Sharp House
Psychologist Tanya Byron meets a shapeshifting creative polymath with serious ideas about the future of humankind: Brian Eno.

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19:30 at Village Underground
Austin faves and the minds behind the Stranger Things synth-tastic soundtrack head to London for the first time.

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14:30 at The Wallace Collection
The Este rulers of Ferrara enhanced the prestige of their city through the patronage of some of the most famous and innovative artists, scholars and musicians of their time.

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18:00 at Genesis Cinema
The feature film compendium Nostalgie de la Boue relates the journey of hundreds of isolated people walking in deserts.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
Are we aware of how others perceive us? Dancer and performer Pieter Ampe finds out.

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19:45 at The Bell Pub
In October 2016 the UK was terrorised and fascinated by the Killer Clown craze.

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18:00 at The Clapham Grand
Described by the Liverpool Echo as “the bastard child of traditional bingo and techno rave”, Bongo’s Bingo comes to London for the first time on 24th February.

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23:00 at The Bussey Building
Bradley Zero's much-loved party brings Detroit's FIT Siegel to Peckham.

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19:00 at Frontline Club
The Frontline Club partners with the London School of Economics in programming an evening of short films during the 2017 Literary Festival on the theme Revolutions.

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