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The Big London Flea at EartH

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18 Nov

11:00 at EartH
Hunt for those personal treasures and rummage for bargains and unique finds within EartH's epic hall of salvaged olde things.

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12:30 at Cecil Sharp House
A day of talks & performances that bring the broadsheets to life. Expect a delish Sunday roast, walks & tours & a range of special guests, making this Sunday the ultimate intellectual, culinary feast!

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16:00 at Barbican
Inspiring and thrilling tales of characters who stand up, resist and fight back.

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16:00 at Curzon Bloomsbury
German filmmaker Katja Duregger pays tribute to Ella Fitzgerald in this extraordinary documentary about the Queen of Jazz.

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17:30 at Curzon Soho
Powerful music, enchanting witnesses and the pleasures of nostalgia in image and sound - this is the story of how French music journalist, Francis Falceto introduced Ethiopian music to the world.

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19:00 at The White Bear Theatre
Politics. Power. Protest. Some groups really put you under pressure.

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18:30 at Barbican
Through the lens of female directors, these shorts invite us to get closer than ever before to the kinds of men we all have in our lives.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
1970s horror meets 2020 feminist activism as Dr Carnesky’s Incredible Bleeding Woman paints Soho Theatre red...

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20:30 at Regent Street Cinema
Tales of desire, sex and all the awkward times in between.

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19:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Haley McGee's hilarious and daring show about the cost of love... or what love costs us.

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