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10:00 at Camden Arts Centre
Exploring themes of home, identity and ceremony, Omoding presents his largely autobiographical, mixed media works in-progress, developed throughout June, during his Camden Arts Centre residency.

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17:30 at A Secret Location...
Channel your inner adventurer! Experience swimming in tidal waters and get a deeper understanding of the Ocean Seven challenge, before watching Stefan Stuckert's documentary 'Against the Tides'.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
The hit new musical inspired by the true story of the 1973 arson attack of The UpStairs Lounge. With beautiful love songs and power ballads, this is a musical about friendship, community and hope.

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19:30 at The Cinema Museum
Described as the era’s most sophisticated examination of gender and identity, join Women & Cocaine and Fringe! as they bring you Mamoulian's Queer Pre Code cinema classic starring Greta Garbo.

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22:00 at Electrowerkz
Torture Garden returns to the amazing 6 room, 3 floor Electrowerkz for a another erotically charged, dark and dazzling July ball.

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23:00 at The Yard Theatre
Inferno, the collaborative club night present a new kind of clubbing experience that mixes the camp with the underground, pop with techno and the good with the bad.

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16:00 at ICA
Fitness instructor and self-described ‘Benz Punany Womanist’ Kelechi ‘Kelechnekoff’ Okafor leads a dance workshop and discussion exploring twerking as empowerment.

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18:00 at Various Locations
It's the Whitechapel Gallery's annual late night art festival, where a host of extraordinary east-end spaces are transformed by installations, performances, music, film and culinary experiences.

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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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19:30 at Duke of York's Theatre
Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell star in the West End premiere of Duncan Macmillan‘s startling new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s gripping and piercingly relevant work of personal and political passion.

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