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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
In a training ground suspended underneath the earth’s crust, five bodies are pushed to their limits...

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19:30 at Almeida Theatre
With a pre-teen battle for power and perfection raging on and off stage, Dance Nation is a ferocious exploration of youth, ambition and self-discovery.

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Fun Home at the Young Vic

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01 Sep

19:30 at Young Vic
Hailed as "a poignant & raw exploration of family, memory & sexuality" (The New York Times) & the winner of 5 Tony Awards, comes Fun House, an electrifying Broadway version of Bechdel’s graphic novel.

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Sylvia at The Old Vic

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03 Sep

19:30 at The Old Vic
Suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst's remarkable story comes to life in this modern, hip hop-infused musical.

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19:30 at Soho Theatre
Drawing on his own experience, Ed Edwards’ script crackles with anger, humour and authenticity as he chronicles the fallout for communities crushed by the heroin epidemic at the height of Thatcherism.

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19:15 at Camden People's Theatre
Inspired by a Nabokov novel, created by Brockis with Shunt associate artists, An Execution invites the audience into a pop up prison to witness the frequently hilarious last moments of a human life.

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19:30 at Gate Theatre
A woman, a phone call, a final conversation.

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19:45 at Barbican
Through an intricate blend of performance and live cinema, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord's The Malady of Death explores intimacy, gender, emotional paralysis, and the male and female gaze.

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20:00 at Battersea Arts Centre
Combining personal stories with epic film, soundscapes & ethereal music - huge feats of physical strength collide with the rumbling doom of toxic doubt in Bryony's first solo show in nearly a decade.

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20:00 at Jacksons Lane
Hijinx Theatre, creators of hit show Meet Fred, team up with clown supremos Spymonkey to present an anarchic, slightly rude, hilarious slice of stupidity with live music and unfeasibly large wigs.

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