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10:00 at The Bargehouse
Now in its third year, the London Photo Show provides an opportunity to see the work of emerging, contemporary photographers from around the world.

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19:00 at South London Gallery
Celebrate the launch of artist and writer Paul O'Kane's new book 'Technologies of Romance – Part II (2018)'. Expect discussions plus, a Q&A with all those involved in making the publication.

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19:00 at Shepherds Bush Empire
The transatlantic and intoxicating, eight-piece pop-machine grace the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire this October with their technicolor-pop.

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19:45 at Screen25
On the forth Wednesday of every month, Odyssey Film Club shine a light on cinema from around the world. This month, they're taking trip to Germany for Akin’s latest heart-racing drama In the Fade.

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20:45 at Screen on the Green
Bryan Singer's foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury.

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11:00 at Somerset House
Good Grief, Charlie Brown! is coming to Somerset House to celebrate Snoopy, their friends and Peanuts' legacy.

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18:30 at Westminster Library
Discover why Soho remains associated with bohemians. Join artist Darren Coffield and writer Colin Stanley, as they take you on a trip through the area's pre-war and post-war underground arts scene.

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19:00 at A Secret Location...
The Lost Lectures latest venture. Held within an old sub-station building, The Lost Lectures team are going completely 'off-grid' with their brand-spanking new, multi-media, culture club.

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10:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
A new exhibition presenting work of contemporary artists seeking to map, visualise & question the cultural dynamics of digital knowledge production through an examination of 21st Century photography.

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18:45 at Southbank Centre
Hear hidden stories from twelve prize-winning new writers and poets, presented by poet Lemn Sissay and author Kerry Hudson, with Sissay and Hudson also reading from their own work.

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