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19:30 at Trafalgar Studios
This is The Wardrobe Ensemble's love letter to the schools of the 90s, asking those big questions about a country in special measures, exploring what we are taught & why, & where responsibility lies.

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19:30 at The Bridge Theatre
Nicholas Hytner directs an immersive production of Shakespeare's classic and enchanting comedy, taking audiences deep into the magical forest.

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20:00 at The Pleasance Theatre
Blending fact and fiction and all the early-90s techno you can eat, David Finnigan’s bold new satire is a manic spin on a world on the brink of turmoil.

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17:00 at Camden People's Theatre
A performative round table event for rage junkies and the rage-inclined.

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21:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Using clown, spoken word & live art, Kill the Princess is a savagely playful subversion of beliefs & expectations, which peels off centuries of civilising layers to reveal the wild tales that make us.

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19:00 at Gate Theatre
A double bill of bold works in development. Join Mette Loulou von Kohl and Dima Mikhayel Matta as they present their frank, powerful and honest works on queerness.

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19:00 at Gate Theatre
A magic visual delight from one of Beirut’s freshest young talents.

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19:15 at Soho Theatre
The hit new musical inspired by the true story of the 1973 arson attack of The UpStairs Lounge. With beautiful love songs and power ballads, this is a musical about friendship, community and hope.

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19:30 at Young Vic
Elba and Kwei-Armah’s electrifying new blend of drama, music and dance follows one man’s journey into the heart and soul of contemporary South Africa – with the audience at the centre of the action.

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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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