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19:30 at Village Underground
Signed to Heavenly Recordings, Katy J Pearson has a strangely unplaceable voice full of addictive Stevie Nicks-esque reverberations. What's more, her video 'Miracle' was directed by Joe Lycett.

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10:00 at The National Gallery
American artist, Kehinde Wiley, known as the first black artist commissioned to paint an official portrait of a president of the United States. This exhibition will focus on landscapes.

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19:00 at Tate Modern
Join artist Chila Kumari Singh Burman and Director of Tate Modern Frances Morris as they explore the Hindu mythology, colonial history and personal memories that inspire Chila's work.

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20:45 at BFI Southbank
Oshima’s erotic masterpiece is one of the most controversial of all Japanese films. Set in mid-1930s Japan, the protagonists fall into a passionate, all-consuming world of their own.

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12:00 at Printworks
Legendary party Bugged Out are thrilled to welcome back The Chemical Brothers for a DJ set this December, four years after the duo’s last appearance at Printworks London.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
Dubbed the “Ebony and Ivory of drag”, Olivier award-winning star, Le Gateau Chocolat, and the Queen of London’s Alternative Drag scene, Jonny Woo, are ready to razzle dazzle!

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20:45 at Rio Cinema
An exclusive screening of this years hit film and one of the greatest genre-busting music documentaries of the millennium. “One Of My All Time Favourite Rock Docs” Mark Kermode.

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10:00 at Guildhall Art Gallery & Roman London's Amphitheatre
Noël Coward was a Londoner born and bred (in Teddington) who rose to become one of the world’s most famous writer, performer, and master of wit and style. Oh, do pop along.

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21:00 at Ministry Of Sound
It’s that time of year to pull out your most glamorous fetish outfits, and join the TG crew for Not New Years Eve to help you bring in the New Year early!

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10:00 at The London Pavilion
It's emotional, it's extraordinary, it's educational, it could even be life-changing - welcome to Gunther von Hagens' world of real human limbs, organs and skeletons preserved through “plastination”.

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