Thursday 7 July to Monday 11 July, central London HIGHLIGHTS Thursday 7 July
Marxism 2005 — London — Ideas to change the world
Friday 8 July
Saturday 9 July
Sunday 10 July
Monday 11 July
Thursday 7 July to Monday 11 July, central London
Thursday 7 July
Your ticket gives you access to the cultural events in the evenings, including bands, DJs, films and theatre.
For more details and to book phone 020 7538 2707 or go to www.marxism2005.net
|Acton & Ealing||An evening of food and politics|
For more information call Matt on 07916 269 178
|Wed 27 July, 7.30pm||L’Oriental Lebanese Restaurant, Churchfield Road|
|Wembley||Hey Tony, leave our kids alone! |
With Cllr Oliur Rahman, Matt Foot (solicitor and Asbo Concern, personal capacity), Ken Muller (Islington Against Academies, pc), Angelo Frederick, Hinda Mohamed
|Wed 13 July, 7.30pm||Park Lane Primary School|
|London||End Israel’s WMD|
Jointly organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.
Lobby parliament, 2-7pm.
|Wed 13 July||Houses of Parliament.|
|Liverpool||Where now after the G8 protests?||Thu 14 July, 7pm||Friends House, Paradise Street, L3|
|London||Metropolis (1927)||Fri 16 September, 7pm||Chadwick Lecture Theatre,|
Main building, University College London,
(tube: Warren Street/ Euston Square)
|Fritz Lang's Metropolis powerfully evokes a class ridden society of the future. The workers' live and labour underground while their rulers cavort in the palaces that tower above them. When the workers' anger finally erupts into action, their oppressors seek a strategy to divert it. |
£5/£3. Advance tickets from Bookmarks,
1 Bloomsbury Street WC1 (020 7637 1848)
Organised by the SWP
|London||Rise — make a stand against racism||Sat 16 July, 12noon–8.30pm||Burgess Park, London SE5|
| With acts including Lemar, Mitchell Brothers, Kano, Horace Andy, Eska, Raghav, and many, many more|
A free music festival celebrating London's diversity and opposing racism (formerly the Respect festival)
|Tolpuddle||Tolpuddle Festival 2005||Fri 15 July–Sun 17 July||Tolpuddle, Dorset|
|Annual music, drama and politics festival.|
Friday: Graham Moore and some of the best roots musicians around.
Saturday: workshops on Organising Migrant Workers and Unions in the Firing Line. Worker's Playtime Cabaret with The Muddy Funksters.
Sunday: procession, guest speakers, music including Hank Wangford and The Lost Cowboys and Billy Bragg
For more information contact South West TUC. Phone 0117 947 0521 or e-mail [email protected]
Al Asria folk dance
Al Asria folk dance troupe, from the Jabalia refugee camp, on their first tour outside Gaza. Postponed twice — November 2004 and February 2005 — after borders were closed and Palestinians were prevented from travelling. Tour organised by Yorkshire Palestine Cultural Exchange
|Bakewell||Fri 8 July, 7.30pm||Medway Centre, Bakewell, Derbyshire|
Phone Jude on 01629 815 469
|Birmingham||Sat 9 July, 7pm,||Ladywood ARC, Darnley Road, Ladywood|
Tickets £7/£4 from Midlands Palestinian Community Association, PO Box 11986, Birmingham B31 2ZL
Cheques payable to MPCA.