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19:45 at Wilton's Music Hall
Nico and Valerie Solanas – Warhol’s muse and would-be assassin – meet, in this black comedy about fame, failure and firearms.

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18:30 at ICA
Programmed with sociologist Akwugo Emejulu, Fugitive Feminism is a five-day convening of artists, activists and academics focusing on the subject of contemporary Black feminist politics.

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19:30 at Ovalhouse
A tongue-in-cheek pop opera about a girl called Nele. It's a rags-to-morerags story of a magnificent failure in love, life, and a so-called pop career.

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19:30 at Tooting Tram and Social
Part comedy, part disco and all fun, Cassetteboy and idiot rapper DJ Rubbish are on their way to crash a comedy show into a nightclub and dance on the wreckage, with help from Too Many T's.

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16:00 at Institut Francais
Toni Collette, Rossy de Palma and Harvey Keitel star in Amanda Sthers' Cinderella-like comedy about a fancy dinner party that results in unforeseen complications and love.

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21:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Disco trashy, glitter-tastic cabaret-cum-dance party *Christmas* chaos in a tropical winter wonderland!

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11:00 at Somerset House
Somerset House and Somerset House Studios residents OOMK (One of My Kind), present PROCESS!, a two day festival celebrating independent media and making.

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19:00 at Royal Academy of Arts
Inspired by the fantasylands of Georgian London - a magical space for entertainment, art and music, the RA transforms into a re-imagined pleasure garden for a spectacular summer’s night.

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21:00 at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
A night of hot 'n' heavy, hyper-colour, cosmic, disco mayhem!

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12:30 at Moth Club
Celebrate the nightmare visionary David Lynch with 5 films and 10 hours and 20ish minutes of pure Lynchian madness.

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