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He announces a rough schedule for his three-day exhibition in Shoreditch

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Jarvis Cocker has announced a rough schedule for his three-day exhibition in London, which is set to kick off today (November 9).

You can watch a live stream of the exhibition on NME.COM by scrolling down now.

Cocker is setting up shop in Shoreditch's Village Underground venue for three days, where he will be joined by yoga classes, a pole-dancing workshop and a circus troupe, among others. He's also asking passing musicians to bring instruments to turn up and have a jam with him and his band.

The event will culminate with a solo gig from Cocker and his band, to take place on Wednesday night at 9pm at the venue.

The rough schedule (all times GMT) for Jarvis Cocker's London exhibition is:

November 9
12pm – 1pm: Rehearsal
1pm – 2pm: Bring An Instrument
2pm – 3pm: Live Grafitti
3pm – 4pm: Bring An Instrument
4pm – 5pm: Pole-Dancing Workshop
5pm – 6pm: Special Surprise Guest

November 10
12pm – 1pm: Rehearsal
1pm – 2pm: Jivamukti Yoga
2pm – 3pm: Bring An Instrument
3pm – 4pm: Spoken Word
4pm – 5pm: Live Grafitti
5pm – 6pm: Hula-Hoop Workshop

November 11
12pm – 1pm: Rehearsal
1pm – 2pm: Burlesque Dance Workshop
2pm – 3pm: Bring An Instrument
3pm – 4pm: Strange Instrument Hour
4pm- 5pm: Roll Up, Roll Up
5pm – 6pm: Circus Circus!

Organisers say that times are subject to change. For more details, see Jarviscocker.net.

Tickets for the 9pm gig on Wednesday are available to buy throughout Cocker's installation at the gallery.

To check the availability of Jarvis Cocker tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Watch a live stream of Jarvis Cocker's exhibition below.

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