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The Dance Umbrella furls up this weekend, but not before Eva Karczag, Sara Pearson and Patrik Widrig have trod the boards. First up in this double bill is Karczag, whose 40-minute solo explores fluidity and body momentum. Widrig's Muezzin considers the meaning of prayer, while Dr Pearson's Guide to Loss and Fear is an elegiac solo. Widrig and Pearson unite for the finale Heimweh (Homesick).

The Place Theatre, London WC1 to Fri, 8pm. Tickets pounds 10 (pounds 6 concs.) Tel: 0171-387 0031.

Colin Spencer will be discussing his latest book, The Gay Kama Sutra (Allen & Utwin, pounds 14.99). Author and journalist Spencer has reinterpreted the ancient Indian Kama Sutra, a sex manual of sorts, for the requirements of the modern gay man. He has also thrown in a few pointers on contemporary sexual etiquette, which make for a thoughtful addition.

Tonight, Waterstone's, Earl's Court Rd, London, 7pm. Tel: 0171-370 1616. Free.

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