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Meetings, events and film showings

Issue No. 1962

Bolivia meetings | Respect | Hiroshima anniversary | Film showings | Zimbabwe solidarity | Stop the War

Bolivia — is revolution on the agenda?

Birminghamwith Chris HarmanThu 8 Sep, 7.30pmThe Custard Factory,
Gibb Street.
Cardiffwith Chris BamberyWed 7 Sep, 7.30pmRestaurant area, O’Neill’s Bar,
Trinity Street (near the Hayes).
Central Londonwith Chris BamberyThu 1 Sep, 6.30pm,Indian YMCA,
Fitzroy Square.
Chesterfieldwith Chris BamberyWed 28 Sep, 7.30pmThe Market Hall, Market Square.
Hackney Tue 6 Sep, 7.30pmThe Round Chapel,
Lower Clapton Road.
Leicester Wed 17 Aug, 6.30pmCafe Mozart, London Road.
Manchester Mon 22 Aug, 7.30pmCross Street Chapel
St Albanswith Maio NainMon 5 Sep, 7pmTrinity Church Hall
(corner of Beaconsfield Road and Victoria Street).
Waltham Forest Thurs 15 Sep, 7.30pmQuaker Meeting House, 1a Jewel Rd (off Hoe Street)
Wolverhampton Wed 7 Sep, 7.30pm City Bar, Kings Street


Contact Respect with any queries. Phone 020 8980 3507, go to, or email

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LondonRespect for Youth
Question and answer session with national secretary John Rees and Cllr Oliur Rahman
Mon 22 Aug, 2pmConway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, WC1

Hiroshima anniversary

LondonHiroshima Day ceremoniesSat 6 Aug, 12 noonTavistock Square (off Woburn Place), WC1
ManchesterHiroshima film shows
Including Threads, Godzilla, Hiroshima Mon Amour and others
Organised by Greater Manchester CND.

For more information phone: 0161 287 8283 or 0161 200 1500

Wed 3-31 AugCornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, M1 5NH

Film showings

London Metropolis (1927)
Introduced by award-winning novelist China Miéville
Fri 16 Sep, 7pmGoldsmith’s Lecture Theatre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine,
Keppel Street (off Gower Street), WC1
Metropolis shows a class-ridden future society where workers live underground while their leaders live in towering palaces. When the workers’ anger erupts into action their oppressors seek ways to divert them.
Advance tickets from Bookmarks,
1 Bloomsbury Street WC1 (020 7637 1848)
Organised by Red Fridays Socialist Film Club
Canterbury Who Shot the Sheriff?Sat 29 Sep, 7.30pm Canterbury Environment Centre,
Palace Street
(near Siesta)

Zimbabwe solidarity

London Protest at the initial hearing of two test cases challenging Secretary of State’s decision to deport Zimbabwean asylum seekersThu 4 Aug, 9.30amHigh Court, The Strand, WC2 (Temple tube)

Stop the war

Stop the Bombings… Stop the War… Defend Civil Liberties… Defend the Muslim Community
Birmingham Clare Short MP, Reg Keys, Lindsey German and Salma YaqoobSat 6 Aug, 2pmCouncil House,
Victoria Square
Greater Manchester Mohamed Ali (the Islam Channel), Yvonne Ridley, Qassim Afzal, Tariq Mehmood, Robert Brown (Miscarriages of Justice Organisation)Sat 6 Aug, 7pmPakistani Community Centre,
481 Stockport Road, Longsight
Liverpool Lindsey German, Muslim Association of Britain, CND and FBUMon 8 Aug, 7.30pmMerseyside Carribean Centre

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Meetings And Events
Sat 6 Aug 2005, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1962
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