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 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
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19:30 at National Theatre
Following ‘The Flick’ and ‘John’, here comes hotshot playwright Annie Barker's latest offering. 'The Antipodes' is a story about stories, merging familiarity with fantasy, the bizarre and the cryptic.

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19:30 at Boulevard Theatre
From the creative team behind the immersive smash hit Sweeney Todd, comes this rather kooky and intoxicating musical about love, loss and spirits - of both the spectral and alcoholic kind.

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20:00 at The Yard Theatre
Expect ballet, power and BO, Dirty Crusty is the story of a 30-something women who's struggling to improve her life and personal hygiene.

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22:30 at Boulevard Theatre
Every other Friday, grab your weekend by the crown jewels and say yes to a raucous night of comedy with Soho's first female-led comedy improv night: The Yes Queens!

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19:30 at The Pleasance Theatre
After years of creating avant-garde, boundary pushing, genre-bending contemporary performance, Figs in Wigs have decided the only way to go is... a feminist adaptation of Alcott's classic Little Women

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20:00 at Ovalhouse
Rachel Mars and Greg Wohead are back with the third installment of their non-linear trilogy on radical narrative. What gaping plot holes are we prepared to overlook in order to stay comfortable?

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19:30 at Ovalhouse
Weaving original stories of kissing with dance, text, music and design, Kissing Rebellion explores our ability to heal and care in the wake of what has been shattered.

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19:30 at The Coronet Theatre
In the UK Premiere of filmmaker Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors & three musicians from Palestine, Iran, Israel & Syria address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border.

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19:45 at Royal Court Theatre
Experimental playwright Eve Leigh explores online identities in a show that blends spoken performance, British sign language, captioning and audio description.

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