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Cultural highlights at Marxism 2005

Issue No. 1959

Metro Riots

Metro Riots

An exhibition of photographs by Angela Stapleford taken at recent Love Music Hate Racism events. On display outside Logan Hall and Jeffrey Hall.

Poetry evening
Friday 8 July, 7pm

Bookmarks presents some of Britain’s leading poets for a night of poetry and resistance. Featuring Harold Pinter, Adrian Mitchell, Michael Rosen, Jean Binta Breeze and Mahmood Jamal.

Strange Fruit
Friday 8 July, 9pm

This acclaimed film explores the history and legacy of lynching in the US, using the unique protest song “Strange Fruit” as its epicentre.

Rock and indie night
Friday 8 July, 9pm

Featuring Metro Riots and Crash Convention.

UK hip hop, grime and R&B night
Saturday 9 July, 9pm

Featuring Skitz and Rodney P, MC D, Navigator, Skeme and Big P, Corey and Blade, and many more.

Hearts and Minds
Saturday 9 July, 9pm

Peter Davis’s film looks into the history, material and moral cost of US involvement in Vietnam.

An Evening Celebrating Palestinian Resistance
Sunday 10 July, 9pm

Razanne Carmey performs extracts from her play The Bethlehem Diaries, followed by music from award winning jazz musician Gilad Atzmon.

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Sat 9 Jul 2005, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1959
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