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Monday: Join the Secret Chiefs to hear artist, Charlotte Rodgers, talk about bones, roadkill, the occult and sculpture at the Devereux pub, WC2R 3JJ from 8.30pm (£2).
Tuesday: Big Ideas consider what it means to die well with a talk and discussion at the Wheatsheaf W1 from 8pm (free).
Wednesday: Women, don't propose. Go to Cringe Night and read from your teenage diary at the George, Strand from 7.30pm (free entry).
Thursday: Enjoy readings and Q&A at the new Deptford Lounge with Pulp Fiction: The Deadly Dames Rewrite from 7.30pm (free).
Friday: Parlour Arts put on a show to celebrate the end of their exhibition, The Body Sublime with live dance and poetry performances from 6.30pm at Queen's Crescent, Kentish Town (free).
Saturday: The Barbican Weekender explores urban stories with art, dance, music and film in the foyers (free).
Have a go at ballroom dancing at Greenwich Dance's Strictly Ballroom Tea Dance from 2pm (£5/£4 conc. includes cup of tea and slice of cake).
Nigel of Bermondsey and Vanessa Woolf will be sneaking up on the roof of a derelict concrete wonderland, the Brandon Estate near Elephant and Castle, SE1/ SE17 from 9.30pm for storytelling and songs about the Afterlife (£2). If you want to go, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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