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New Art

Among the Trees at Southbank Centre

New Art

Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things at the National Portrait Gallery

New Theatre

Christopher Green: No Show at The Yard Theatre

New Art

Electronic: Listen. Feel. Move. at the Design Museum

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19:00 at Museum of Comedy
Haigh's critically acclaimed, one-woman sitcom based on her real experiences of working as a receptionist in a Tantric Massage parlour and the weird and wonderful characters she met along the way.

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23:30 at Electrowerkz
Moving and breathing like a living entity, Rrose channels the spirit of techno's roots while injecting influences from pre-techno electronic music and the avant-garde. Plus tunes from NWRMNTC and more

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11:00 at The Hayward Gallery
By turns poetic, adventurous and thought-provoking, this exhibition brings together artworks that explore our relationship with trees and forests.

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10:00 at National Portrait Gallery
Explore the extravagant and deliriously eccentric world of the glamorous and stylish ‘Bright Young Things’ of the 20s and 30s, seen through the eye of renowned British photographer Cecil Beaton.

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19:30 at National Theatre
An exclusive evening with author Bernardine Evaristo, in conversation with Samira Ahmed about her Booker Prize-winning novel Girl, Woman, Other.

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20:00 at The Yard Theatre
Christopher Green is an Olivier Award-winning playwright, an experiential theatre maker, and a performer with really lovely hair. Two decades in the making - this is his show.

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19:00 at Cadogan Hall
Labour MP Yvette Cooper will be joined by BBC presenter Razia Iqbal to discuss some of the inspiring women’s speeches that feature in Cooper’s new book She Speaks: The Power of Women’s Voices.

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10:00 at Design Museum
Enter the hypnotic world of electronic music, exploring the global impact, the art, people, deign, technology and photography that have been captured, shaping the electronic music landscape.

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10:00 at The London Pavilion
It's emotional, it's extraordinary, it's educational, it could even be life-changing - welcome to Gunther von Hagens' world of real human limbs, organs and skeletons preserved through “plastination”.

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