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Smashing It at Free Word

WILD CARD
02 Apr

18:00 at Free Word
Join poet, playwright and writer Sabrina Mahfouz in a celebration of working class writers making it happen in the UK today.

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11:00 at Sadler's Wells
A unique, cutting-edge dance installation that invites members of the public to wear a robotic exoskeleton which will move their body in a precise choreography.

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15:00 at Live Art Development Agency (LADA)
Common Salt is a performance around a table – a ‘show and tell’, exploring the colonial, geographical history of England and India.

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16:00 at Camden People's Theatre
A brand new storytelling gameshow for grim times. Expect the nonsensical, the beautiful, and trampolining with Judi Dench.

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10:00 at London Borough of Brent
Explore the history, diversity, culture, stories, art and emotions that hold life in Brent together with a whole year of events and activities as part of the Mayor’s London Borough of Culture 2020.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
A subversive, immersive, pop concert spectacular imagined by nu-pop sensation Lucy McCormick, and her electrotrash Girl Squad.

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19:30 at The Master Shipwright's House
It's a house party! Dance until you drop, witness mind-blowing, blood-pumping performance, revel and rave from dusk-til-dawn with genre-pushing Black artists from the UK and around the world.

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12:30 at Cecil Sharp House
Rejoice! Sunday Papers Live returns for a day of talks, walks, roasts & performances, offering a smorgasbord of remarkable cultural commentators & performers. Let's bring the Sunday papers to life!

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10:00 at The London Pavilion
It's emotional, it's extraordinary, it's educational, it could even be life-changing - welcome to Gunther von Hagens' world of real human limbs, organs and skeletons preserved through “plastination”.

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