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19:00 at South London Gallery
Celebrate the launch of artist and writer Paul O'Kane's new book 'Technologies of Romance – Part II (2018)'. Expect discussions plus, a Q&A with all those involved in making the publication.

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18:45 at Southbank Centre
Hear hidden stories from twelve prize-winning new writers and poets, presented by poet Lemn Sissay and author Kerry Hudson, with Sissay and Hudson also reading from their own work.

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19:00 at Free Word
An evening of powerful and inspiring discussions and performances in response to writer and arts educator, Farzana’s debut piece “Revolutionary Mothering: Staying Alive in Violent Times”.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
In a talk about his work and themes, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson opens a window onto his practice and asks how art can create change.

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15:00 at Southbank Centre
If the truth is stranger than fiction, can it also be too strange for satire? Join the panel discussion as they debate the place and power of satire in troubled times.

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15:00 at Conway Hall
Join Stacey - the fierce, feisty, phenomenal co-founder of East London Strippers Collective as she asks if a feminist can also be a stripper? Is stripping sex work? And what makes sex work "ethical"?

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18:30 at London School of Economics
Join an interdisciplinary panel of speakers as they explore the different media platforms and practices of spectatorship that today enable our moral and political engagement with human vulnerability.

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18:30 at Mindspace Shoreditch
Join the B Corp Community and friends for an honest discussion about the challenges of tackling transparency in the fashion industry.

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19:00 at Live Art Development Agency (LADA)
Celebrate the launch of October’s LADA Screens & mark the end of Restock, Reflect, Rethink Four on Live Art and Privilege with contributions from artists Rita Marcalo, Kelly Green, Scottee and more.

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19:00 at Foyles
Join bestselling author Maria Dahvana Headley (Magonia, Aerie, Queen of Kings) in conversation with Neil Gaiman to discuss her new novel The Mere Wife, a 21st century feminist retelling of Beowulf.

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