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18:30 at Tate Britain
Join Mark Leckey and Mitch Speed for this special screening and discussion of Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore, a short film that captures the poignancy and strangeness of British nightlife.

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19:00 at Live Art Development Agency (LADA)
LADA marks the publication of two new titles - 'Awkwoods: Daniel Oliver’s Dyspraxic Adventures in Participatory Performance' and 'On Neurodiversity' by performance artist and scholar, Daniel Oliver.

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15:00 at Imperial War Museum
Join London-based journalist, broadcaster and DJ Kate Hutchinson as she leads a panel of music-activists in a discussion about the rave scene in 90s Belgrade.

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19:00 at ICA
Cultural critic Sita Balani leads a close reading of Andrea Long Chu’s 'Females', the genre-defying investigation into sex, lies, desperate artists, reckless politics & the punishing force of desire.

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17:00 at Somerset House
Come and meet an array of industry professionals, make connections, exchange ideas with peers, seek advice and tips for your own future career ambitions, and leave inspired!

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18:30 at Foyles, Charing Cross
Join creator of much-loved comedy quiz show QI John Lloyd CBE, QI Elves James Harkin and Anne Miller for a special festive literary quiz celebrating 90 years of Faber & Faber.

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19:00 at Church House
Join Willem Dafoe as he discusses his long and varied career and his upcoming film, The Lighthouse, a black and white metafiction in which he stars alongside Robert Pattinson.

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18:30 at Royal Academy of Arts
As part of the Royal Academy of Art's 'Lucian Freud: the Self-portraits' exhibition, join the discussion around the future of the self-portrait in contemporary art.

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20:00 at Royal Festival Hall
Remarkable letters by or for women, read by outstanding performers for an International Women’s Day edition of the literary correspondence event.

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