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19:00 at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace
Join poet Jen Hadfield as she performs poems of wonder and astonishment, inspired by her home in Shetland.

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15:00 at ICA
A panel discussion exploring how political identities are depicted and captured with the moving image, and the evolving role of the moving image as a political medium.

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18:00 at Foyles
A series of intimate performances and meditations on the cultural reverberations of jazz with host, journalist and broadcaster Kevin LeGendre, Gary Crosby and the Jazz Salon House Band.

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11:00 at British Library
An engaging and original talk on the musicians, designers, photographers and writers who spearheaded the Punk movement.

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11:20 at Conway Hall
In this Sunday Sermon, iconic singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer will explore what it means to be a new mother in 2016.

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12:00 at Rich Mix
DIY Cultures returns for 2016 with a day-long festival of zines, artist books and comics, dedicated to the spirit of independence, autonomy and alternatives.

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13:00 at Cecil Sharp House
A homage to the shared joys of Sunday, Sunday Papers Live takes the traditions of an ordinary Sunday and blows them up to a huge, communal event, bringing the papers themselves to life.

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19:00 at The Freud Museum
Lament is a new publication by Art/Books, which features two series of images by artist Bettina von Zwehl with new writing by psychoanalyst Josh Cohen.

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12:00 at Calvert 22
A season on utopian public space and the quest for new national identities across the post-Soviet world.

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14:00 at The Freud Museum
Screenings and live poetry readings followed by a panel discussion with Poet and Writer, Gabriele Tinti, Artist, Franko B and Professor of History of Art at Birkbeck, University of London, Lynda Nead.

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