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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
One pub, eight blokes, a stacked jukebox and a load of pints. It was always going to kick off.

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20:00 at Sadler's Wells
Aftermath is a duet set in limbo, where two women suffer from eternal boredom and lack of acknowledgement. Absurd and humorous, the work is an ode pointlessness.

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14:30 at Victoria Park
As part of the 10 day festival All Points East, catch Anna Calvi as she brings her powerful, wide ranging operatic voice and intense, imaginative guitar playing to Vicky Park.

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18:45 at Young Vic
Inspiring and heartfelt, Conundrum follows Fidel, played by Anthony Ofoegbu (Barber Shop Chronicles), as he embarks upon a metamorphic journey to review his past and search for answers about his life.

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19:00 at Boulevard Theatre
Award-winning writer Lucy Prebble places modern medicine under the microscope, examining the fallout from a collision between love and science.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Battersea Arts Centre is Going Global this spring, with an exciting season of works which brings together the best of international and UK artists and their global stories.

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11:00 at South London Gallery
A stunning collection of vibrantly coloured and textured paintings from Los Angeles-based artist Christina Quarles.

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18:30 at Queen Elizabeth Hall
Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's dark and biting satire is brought to life by Nonclassical Associate Composer Lola de la Mata and the Southbank Sinfonia.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
Playful and potent, this debut play from award winning actor Malachi Kirby (Black Mirror, Curfew, Roots) follows one boy’s fight to make the right choice when the odds are stacked against him.

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18:30 at Queen Elizabeth Hall
A dark, funny and surprising look at the effects of war, this dance theatre production from Ben Duke reimagines the Greek myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece.

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