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18:00 at Unicorn Theatre
Unconventional French theatre-makers return to London for another Halloween full of humour, horror and an inventive use of light bulbs. Are you brave enough to meet our spooky storytellers?

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18:30 at Jerwood DanceHouse
If you want to keep your nose the same tilt your head to the right. Mathematical . Violent. Geometrical. Surfaces. Collisions. Thud! Resonances. Confinement. Run. Crawl. Change. Roll...

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18:30 at ICA
A film challenging the assertion that hydraulic fracturing is a safe, time-tested technology and questioning whether shale gas is the solution for our energy-hungry world.

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20:00 at The Vaults
Welcome to the Party of the Dead. Venture into the Zombie Disco Dance Hall where the music is loud, the lights are few and far between and the zombies are hungry.

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21:00 at Ipswich Town Hall
An exclusive gig by two extraordinary artists. Scout Niblett performs songs from her astounding album It’s Up To Emma & Nathanial Mann brings his unique blend of low-fi art-folk to the party.

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10:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
Over 200 vintage prints, many on public display for the first time since the 1930s, mark the period when Steichen was working for Condé Nast on Vogue and Vanity Fair. 

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10:00 at The Photographers' Gallery
The first London presentation of works by Dutch-born photographer Viviane Sassen, one of the most exciting and creative figures working across contemporary art and photography today.  

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13:00 at New Wolsey Theatre
A a functional solo dance piece about dysfunctional relationships. Three chairs, an aloe-vera plant and a critic take part in an odd sexual play that alters from ultimate pleasure to deep trauma.

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19:00 at Rich Mix
Unable to find work, an educated but illegal immigrant is forced to take a job as a London toilet attendant. She has no papers, so must waste away her years in a toilet.

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19:30 at Toynbee Studios
Terrifying tales read aloud, featuring ghosts, witches, the evil dead, fings wot go bump in the night, murders most ‘orrible and the mouldering undead - yup, it's a Halloween short story party.

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