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00:00 at Royal Festival Hall
London Sinfonietta’s new digital channel features podcast The Music That Made Me: hear it live, with guests Matthew Herbert and Anna Meredith.

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Sam Lee at EartH

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17 Feb

19:00 at EartH
Mercury Prize nominee and founding member of Music Declares Emergency, Sam Lee, will be summoning a truly compelling and emotionally beautiful collection of music, from his forthcoming album, Wow.

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19:15 at British Library
The true stories of the fearless first women of flight.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
Being the daughter of Alastair Campbell, can you just imagine the amusing tales Grace has to tell in her debut stand-up show? For example - anecdotes of hanging out with Putin's kids. Need I say more?

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19:00 at Union Chapel
Has satire lost its power in this world of fake news or is humour a more important tool than ever? Join Armando Iannucci, Jess Phillips & Samira Ahmed, hear the arguments & laugh through your tears.

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19:30 at The Yard Theatre
Two exciting works from three exciting performers. Expect a tender show for the softhearted to the search for multiple feminist futurisms.

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20:00 at A Secret Location...
With influences ranging from Nick Cave to Talking Heads and a jaw dropping live show that harks back to '80s glam-rock, HMLTD are out to get you.

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19:30 at National Theatre
Based on Elena Ferrante's celebrated Neapolitan quartet of novels, My Brilliant Friend is an epic story of love, violence, female friendship and rivalry, ambition, genius and self-destruction.

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22:30 at The Vaults
An interactive and immersive late night underground playground celebrating and showcasing the unstoppable creativity and community of Extinction Rebellion and the wider movement.

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10:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
At a moment when climate change is even more widely felt, this exhibition invites us to take a critical look at the impact we are having on the planet and to consider alternate visions of the future.

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