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19:00 at King's College London
Learn about the science behind Mindfulness; gain insight into how your brain works, and discover some pioneering mind-body techniques to help you integrate Mindfulness into your daily routine.

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King Lear at the Old Vic

25 Oct

19:00 at The Old Vic
Academy Award-winning actor Glenda Jackson returns to the stage to play King Lear in Deborah Warner’s production.

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20:00 at Cafe OTO
Saxophonist, composer and bandleader Matana Roberts presents three nights of performances and unique collaborations.

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10:00 at King's College London
Re-imagining war beyond its exceptionality, locating it in spaces where it would be least expected.

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15:00 at Arthouse1
25 years of the artist's Black Paintings to coincide with Day of the Dead, Halloween, Guy Fawkes Night and All Saints Day.

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19:00 at Shaftesbury Theatre
Discover the story behind the music that inspired a generation.

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19:30 at Rich Mix
A free monthly evening of poetry and music with established acts and an open mic.

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19:30 at Royal Opera House
Kenneth MacMillan’s full-length ballet is a compelling exploration of identity in the turbulent wake of the Russian Revolution.

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19:00 at Hackney Picturehouse
For two nights on Thursday 27 and Saturday 29 October, the Art Futura Festival presents its audiovisual selection with different programs each night.

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19:00 at The Place
Evocative images, stories and wry humour give voice to our experiences of disappearance, night-time and politically ‘dark times’.

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