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19:30 at Conway Hall
Gary Parsons will be discussing the documentaries made at the height of the British witchcraft revival in the early 70s.

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18:30 at Barbican
Siobhan Davies and Miranda Pennell are both artists trained in dance who apply choreography to film.

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18:45 at Conway Hall
David Salle is the leading American postmodernist painter, the shaping spirit of a movement which provocatively took the entire history of art as its raw material as well as subject matter.

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19:45 at The Pit
An impact crater on a distant planet: the scene of ancient hostilities. This is the eerie setting for a manga-influenced, comic strip drama where battle is stylised, almost ritualistic.

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20:00 at Cafe OTO
Utterly gripping for every last note, Tanya Tagaq’s contemporary Inuk throat singing takes audiences from glutteral hums to cries of ectasy.

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14:00 at ICA
This lecture explores what we can learn from terrorist rehabilitation programmes about the relationship between micropolitics and subjectivity, practices of freedom, and the psychic spaces of today.

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18:30 at Barbican
In a remote provincial town, Gana looks after the elderly with dementia, while trafficking ID cards on the black market.

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19:30 at Royal Court Theatre
Following its premiere last year, Caryl Churchill’s critically-acclaimed play returns for a short run in Jan 2017 before going on tour.

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19:45 at Theatre503
Seared returns with its first world premiere in London following critically acclaimed sell-out revivals of ‘Brimstone and Treacle’ and ‘Home’ at the Arcola Theatre.

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20:45 at Barbican
From its earliest days, film has relied on spectacle to draw us to the cinemas.

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