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19:00 at V&A
Join the founder of design firm Mecanoo for a look at groundbreaking cultural projects engaging civic audiences around the world.

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11:00 at Whitechapel Gallery
Visual poet and Turner Prize nominee and Winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women Helen Cammock, premieres her new work at Whitechapel Gallery.

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19:00 at Central Hall Westminster
The author of Eat, Pray, Love and Big Magic returns to the How To: Academy for an unmissable conversation on her journey through life and her new novel City of Girls.

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19:30 at Close-Up Film Centre
ArchFilmFest London - London's first film festival focusing on the relationship between architecture and film release their shortlisted movies for their International Film Competition.

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10:00 at National Portrait Gallery
A new major retrospective of works by leading contemporary artist Cindy Sherman, exploring the tension between façade and identity.

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18:00 at Genesis Cinema
Seven Bangladeshi filmmakers come together to present a series of short stories as a love-letter to their beloved city of Dhaka.

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18:00 at Institut Francais
Starring a stellar cast, this stylish, seductive, and clever adaptation is a tantalizingly wicked exploration of sexual politics.

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19:45 at The Vaults
Apphia Campbell’s one-woman show inspired by the turbulent life of the virtuoso pianist, singer and songwriter, Nina Simone.

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19:30 at Various Locations
Refugee Week presents a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK, and encourages a better understanding between communities.

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20:30 at BFI Southbank
The award-winning Asif Kapadia (Senna, Amy) focuses his attentions on the footballing legend at the peak of his powers.

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