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19:00 at Emmanuel Centre
An evening of discussion on the way forward for progressive remain campaigners after the referendum.

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19:30 at National Theatre
Just married. Bored already. Hedda longs to be free...

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12:30 at Waterstones Leadenhall
Head down to Waterstone’s Leadenhall Market to meet Private Eye editor Ian Hislop and the Private Eye team, who’ll be signing copies of the 2016 annual.

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18:00 at Dulwich Picture Gallery
What's onA Dulwich Christmas Wander the winter lights trail and explore Dulwich's artisan market, from the same creative team that designs Christmas at Kew.

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18:15 at Shoreditch Town Hall
A deliciously immersive experience of indulgence, nostalgia and mischief.

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14:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
Artistic duo Matthew Collings and Emma Biggs discuss two paintings by Willem de Kooning in front of the works themselves, in this in-gallery talk.

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18:00 at The Bargehouse
WITCiH is an online & real world platform for ideas, research, performance, creation & networking.

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18:00 at The Old Truman Brewery
Martyrs & Matryoshkas is an exhibition of new and recent work by Russian-born, London-based artist Karina Akopyan.

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19:00 at Hoxton Hall
Join Index on Censorship for a candlelit evening of songs censored and silenced, played live by award-winning Norwegian musician Moddi.

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21:30 at Horse Hospital
LIAF’s annual screaming tribute to body fluids, mutilation, dodgy sex, sub-legal practices and inappropriate touching will burst forth from the screen for 65 glorious minutes.

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