Paul Barritt, animator & illustrator Guest Edits our What’s On Guide. The #CatAndMouse Edition @villunderlondon https://t.co/rs7qs6Fjc3
 
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20:15 at Southbank Centre
A discussion on the role of art and activism in creating social change in South Asia, led by key individuals who negotiate the complexities, impact and risks on a daily basis through their work.

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18:30 at ICA
Theorist and media activist Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi presents a lecture addressing ‘the age of impotence’.

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19:00 at London Review Bookshop
In Future Sex, Witt captures the experiences of going to bars alone, online dating, and hooking up with strangers.

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18:45 at Emmanuel Centre
Former World Chess Champion Gary Kasparov talks about where Machine Intelligence ends and Human Creativity begins.

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16:30 at Conway Hall
Come think through human interaction with nature and how to achieve a balance between society’s needs and those of the planet, as a healthy, functioning ecosystem.

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19:00 at British Library
The award-winning novelist moves, with detours through visual art, sport and cinema, from Beckett to DeLillo, in search of writing’s elusive, perhaps even non-existent, ‘pure act’.

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19:30 at Conway Hall
London Fortean Society, in partnership with Conway Hall, present a night marking the centenary of the Cottingley Fairies case.

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09:00 at Royal College of Physicians
Open from 30th January to 27th July, this free exhibition will explore the curious collections of polymath Sir Thomas Browne.

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19:30 at Barbican
New Scientist presents a series of conversations on the themes of the Barbican’s landmark exhibition, Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction.

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09:30 at British Library
From the trial of Oscar Wilde to the Same Sex Marriage Act, through personal testimony, public protest, art and culture.

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