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Today in London: Thursday 7 March 2013

By | Published on Wednesday 27 February 2013

Mies Julie

It may be too late in the day for anyone to appreciate this, but it’s Cereal Day. So have a post-breakfast bowl of branflakes, and digest today’s London-based cultural crop…


Outrage Beyond, Curzon Soho, 7 Mar
This year’s Pan-Asia Film Festival begins in earnest via this preliminary showing of Japanese cineaste Takeshi Kitano’s new film, a tale of gangland vengeance and betrayal. Details and tickets here.


Willy Mason, Koko, 7 Mar
He may have taken his sweet time over it, but Willy Mason is at last done making his third studio LP, ‘Carry On’. In that same spirit of perseverance, he braves a live set at Camden’s Koko klub tonight. Details and tickets here.


Mies Julie, Riverside Studios, 7 Mar – 19 May (pictured)
A real sensation when it played at the Fringe last year, Yael Farber’s graphic adaptation of August Strindberg’s 1888 play – set amidst the sexual, racial and social disparities of contemporary South Africa – “will leave audiences agape and wide-eyed in amazement”, says ThreeWeeks. Details and tickets here.

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