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 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
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13:00 at GreatArt London
Join Originary Arts as they celebrate the launch of their new creative company. Expect mini-workshops, arty party games, snacks, drinks, and hear all about what Originary have got planned for 2020.

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19:00 at Purcell Room
Performance artist FK Alexander sings along to the final recording of Judy Garland singing ‘Over the Rainbow’ in an intimate and visceral performance.

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19:30 at The Bunker
A week-long festival dedicated to celebrating artists of colour. Expect poetry, exciting performances, a scratch night and a series of workshops.

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13:00 at Toynbee Studios
For one day only, Steakhouse Live take over Toynbee Studios with a bold programme of live performances ranging in duration from seven minutes to seven hours.

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12:15 at Battersea Arts Centre
Come step inside the uNreal City - the virtual reality experience for two audience members at a time.

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11:00 at Live Art Development Agency (LADA)
Join LADA in their Study room for an all-day communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to gender, feminism, and the arts.

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20:00 at Bush Hall
A show about living, laughing, loving and losing your debit card five times in one year.

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21:00 at The Pleasance Theatre
Bitten Peach - the all-Asian drag show is hitting the The Pleasance Theatre for a night of entertainment from the very finest drag queens, kings and beasts of the Far East.

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19:30 at St Mark's Church
Spring has sprung, so grab your dancing shoes & head on over to The Nest Collective’s Spring equinox celebration with London’s most radical, colourful & uplifting live band Ceilidh Liberation Front.

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19:30 at Wilton's Music Hall
Step into a live storytelling event celebrating the power of music: think Desert Island Discs meets The Moth Radio and TED talks.

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