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Top 5 things to do this week

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Make the most of your week with Time Out's essential guide to Monday 21 - Sunday 27 September
Community Hospital
Yuyuan Lu Art, until Saturday 10 October
Naked bodies pierced with nails, severed hands and mysterious electronic brains... This clinic is probably from hell. What nefarious and quasi-legal methods is this clinic using? Could this be the result of strange, forbidden experiments the odious utility of which remains a confounding conundrum to everyone but the unhinged masterminds behind them? Go find out.

Read more for what to expect at this exhibition on our website.
Bars & Clubs
Arkham, Saturday 26 September
Producer AAZAR, one of the leaders of Paris’s bass music scene, will takes over the deck of Arkham this Saturday. AAZAR has had several releases on Mad Decent including his single 'Rundat', and is applauded by the big dogs such as Diplo and Skrillex for his fire remixes of Naz’s 'Made You Look', and Juicy J’s 'Get Low'. AAZAR has collaborated on tracks with his Parisian boss man DJ Snake, and unleashed a game changer last year with the infamous UZ. His collective Point Point has blown up over the last year, receiving world-wide love for their hypnotic single 'Life In Grey'. It's going to be another massive night at Arkham.
Mid-Autumn Festival mooncake deals
Various locations, until Sunday 27 September
The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on Sunday 27 September this year. How about having some mooncakes while enjoying the full moon? We've rounded up the best places to grab the traditional mooncake treats on our website. Go check it out.

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival, everyone!
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Monday 21 September
The last big arena show standing for September in Shanghai after a torrid few weeks of cancellations and bans nixed proposed appearances from Bon Jovi, Robbie Williams and Maroon 5. British rock trio Muse bring their renowned live show to town on the back of their latest album, Drones.

See our interview with frontman Matt Bellamy online.
Of Mice and Men
Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre, Saturday 26 September
Last show from the National Theatre Live Screenings this month, Of Mice and Men is a devastating story about an unusual and ultimately destructive friendship by the Nobel-prize winner John Steinbeck. It's been criticised for being light on intricate characterisation and heavy on message, but critical analysis will fade as you’re reaching for the Kleenex. Don't miss out.