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20:00 at Camden People's Theatre
Illusionist and master of deception Tom Cassani presents I Promise You That Tonight, a show that collides showmanship, deception, almost miracles and live art.

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18:30 at The Coronet Theatre
In his masterful one-act play, Friel revisits characters from Three Sisters and Uncle Vanya, and hauntingly evokes what might have happened next to two of Anton Chekhov's most iconic characters.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Live-art and experimental theatre group, Sleepwalk Collective, bring their most ambitious show to date. Expect a truly psychedelic experience.

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20:00 at Roundhouse
Part Grace Jones biopic, part live-rave, Nightclubbing is Young's explosive and 'fiercely political' performance, channeling the cult of Grace Jones and nightlife through an Afrofuturism lens.

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19:45 at Barbican
From one of the world’s bravest theatre companies comes a visceral, psychological drama set in the near future, depicting a dystopian super-state in which individual rights have given way to control.

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19:30 at The Coronet Theatre
Ney Hasegawa and his collective FujiyamaAnnette present an evening of high energy, witty, questioning performances that use the global language of the body to tell their story.

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18:45 at Young Vic
Inspiring and heartfelt, Conundrum follows Fidel, played by Anthony Ofoegbu (Barber Shop Chronicles), as he embarks upon a metamorphic journey to review his past and search for answers about his life.

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19:00 at Boulevard Theatre
Award-winning writer Lucy Prebble places modern medicine under the microscope, examining the fallout from a collision between love and science.

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19:30 at Battersea Arts Centre
Battersea Arts Centre is Going Global this spring, with an exciting season of works which brings together the best of international and UK artists and their global stories.

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19:30 at The Bush Theatre
Playful and potent, this debut play from award winning actor Malachi Kirby (Black Mirror, Curfew, Roots) follows one boy’s fight to make the right choice when the odds are stacked against him.

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