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19:30 at Hampstead Theatre
A 21st century queer culture/Renaissance mash-up, Botticelli in the Fire is Jordan Tannahill’s exhilarating, raunchy, hot-blooded queering of Renaissance Italy.

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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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19:45 at Southbank Centre
This show is the climax of an obsession with burgers – exploring how trans bodies survive and how, when they reclaim an act of violence, we can address our own complicity.

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20:00 at Bloomsbury Theatre
Show and Tell are back with another comedy all-star lineup, featuring Nish Kumar, Bridget Christie, Phil Wang, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Fin Taylor.

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19:30 at Shoreditch Town Hall
Inspired by Jarry’s riot-inducing masterpiece, Kneehigh will wind-up and let rip their own version of theatre’s most anarchic creation - King Ubu. Expect a roof-raising stark-raving sing-along satire!

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19:30 at Royal Court Theatre
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti‘s new play, is set amidst a contemporary British community where people trying to make a difference are struggling to succeed against the odds.

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21:00 at Rosemary Branch Theatre
Come and be a part of a show in which each performance is an unreproducible, living newspaper of the comic and tragic, the political and personal, the visceral and experimental.

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20:00 at Shoreditch Town Hall
Suspended high above or swinging perilously close to ground, Ockham’s Razor’s superb artists amaze with new takes on trapeze and cradle routines in this highly unusual visual theatre drama.

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19:30 at The Phoenix Theatre
A moving and joyous new musical that brings to life the true stories of the 7,000 stranded passengers grounded in Canada during the wake of 9/11 & the small town in Newfoundland that brought them in.

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19:30 at National Theatre
Based on Elena Ferrante's celebrated Neapolitan quartet of novels, My Brilliant Friend is an epic story of love, violence, female friendship and rivalry, ambition, genius and self-destruction.

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