RT @julienplante: Want to see that show "Basquiat: Boom for Real" at @BarbicanCentre from @Run_Riot https://t.co/DVcFQnEqRl
 
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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Following an exceptional career as a ballet star, international dance icon Carlos Acosta launches his brand new company, Acosta Danza in the UK.

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19:30 at Sadler's Wells
Wayne McGregor embarks on his boldest and most intimate collaboration to date, as he allows world-leading geneticists to sequence his entire genome.

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13:30 at Battersea Power Station
Origami sees the unlikely pairing of a monumental shipping container and a gravity-defying dancer.

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17:00 at Silvertown Quays
Set on a disused piece of land between an historic flour mill and London City Airport, this immersive performance invites us to re-imagine how we value our landscape, homes and communities.

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20:00 at Barbican
Michael Clark is back with an extended version of his latest show, described by the Evening Standard as ‘an adrenaline shot that sends you away buzzing’.

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20:00 at Lilian Baylis Theatre
Created by Jan Martens, one of the most original Belgian choreographers of his generation, Rule of Three is a new work from someone who likes to surprise.

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20:00 at The Place
Nine dancers play with ideas of identity and androgyny helped by their interchangeable neon costumes.

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19:30 at Hackney Showroom
Under Glass blends visual imagery, choreography and theatre with an original score to create a haunting exhibition of human life.

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19:30 at Shoreditch Town Hall
For the first time DU takes over Shoreditch Town Hall with a punchy mix of dance, poetry and film.

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20:00 at The Place
Border Tales looks at Britain seen through the eyes of an international cast and gazes satirically on stereotypical thinking about migrant outsiders and bigoted homelanders.

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