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Three things you won't want to miss in London this Wednesday

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Alexandra Sims
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1. Head to the Londonprintstudio, which currently has 'The Anarchist Next Door' on display, a collection of activist posters from the Paddington Print Shop made between 1975-1990. From 6:30pm tonight, John Phillips, co-founder of the Printshop, will be sharing stories behind the vibrant images on show. The talk is free but should be registered for in advance. 

2. See the premiere of ‘Uncaged’ from 7pm at the 100 Club, which tells the tale of The Fall's Brix Smith. This is the first screening of Sound Screen Film and Music Festival, a new music and film festival combining music documentaries with panel discussions and live performances from rock legends. Stick around tonight for a live performance from Brix herself. Tickets are £15. 

2. Watch 'Rat Film', a feature using rats to show cities’ methods for keeping their unwanted elements under control, at Dalston's Rio Cinema from 7pm. The screening's part of Right Now Film Festival, a film fest taking a deeper look at power structures and inequalities in the world today. Tickets are £11.50. 

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