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What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s Recommends Another Kind Of Life Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins @ Barbican 28 Feb – 27 May Tickets from £13.50 Touching on themes of gender and sexuality, drugs and addiction, youth culture and minorities of all kinds, the…

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What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Picks Curious Case of the Flood At Night Time The Curious Case of the Flood At Night Time @ The Albany 12 -16 Feb Booking PWYD An extreme climate change has caused a huge flood which will overwhelm London. How…

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What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends Jubilee What’s On Feb recommends Jubilee @ Lyric Hammersmith 15 Feb – 10 Mar Tickets from £15.00 A new stage adaptation of Derek Jarman’s seminal film Jubilee. Faith in the establishment collapsing everywhere. The far-right on the march. Culture…

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What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends East East @ Kingshead Theatre Until 03 Feb Tickets from £15.00 Steven Berkoff’s East is brought to you by the winners of the 2016 Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award. East deals with growing up and rites of passage…

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What’s On Recommends Dry Powder At Hampstead


What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends Dry Powder Dry Powder Hampstead Theatre 26 Jan – 3 March Tickets from £10 New York City – open for business 24/7. The game is on in Sarah Burgess’ breathtakingly witty and virtuosic comedy exploring the vision, the vulnerability,…

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Whats On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… Whats On Recommends Little Did I Know Little Did I Know @ Bread and Roses Theatre 06 – 10 Feb Tickets from £10/£8 Told from Yarl’s Wood Detention and Removal Centre (for Women Asylum Seekers) in England, Aaneseh recounts her horrendous and…

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What’s On Recommends Zebrafish and Human Behaviour


What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends Zebrafish and Human Behaviour Zebrafish and Human Behaviour @ Wellcome 24 Jan Free What makes us social? Why are our actions and thoughts influenced so much by other people? How are these social needs generated in the brain?…

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What’s On The Gentle Art of Punishment


What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends The Gentle Art of Punishment The Gentle Art of Punishment @ Camden People’s Theatre 18 – 20 Jan Tickets from £10.00 Three women unravel their girlhoods, idols and ideals in a nostalgic, dream-like narrative of choreography and theatre….

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What’s On Now & 2018


What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide Wishing you a happy Christmas What’s On, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 @ Gate Theatre 11 Jan – 03 Feb Tickets from £15.00 This is a city at war with its own children. When the policemen accused…

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What’s On Recommends The Brothers Size


What’s On Your Weekly Entertainment Guide To what’s on, not to be missed and coming soon… What’s On Recommends The Brothers Size What’s on recommends The Brothers Size @ The Young Vic 19 Jan – 14 Feb Tickets from £10 After a spell in prison, two African-American brothers reunite through Yoruba mythology and live music. Bijan Sheibani directs this…

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