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Issue No. 1967

Rachel Corrie

Rachel Corrie


My Name is Rachel Corrie
11-29 October
The Royal Court, London
Phone 020 7565 5000

This may not start for a while, but our advice would be to book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

The play aims to explore the motivation of 23 year old American peace activist who was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer in the Gaza Strip in 2003. Based on Rachel’s own writings, this is a powerful and moving production.


Peace Not War solidarity event
5pm to midnight, 11 September
Cargo Club, Shoreditch, east London,
£5/£3.
www.peace-not-war.org

Since the events of 7 July it has become increasingly apparent how important it is to embrace the cultural diversity of London, and Britain as a whole.

The peace movement has become more important than ever and to represent this, and the unity of London, Peace Not War is proud to have headlining Asian Dub Foundation sound system, Fun-Da-Mental, The Extremists and Mecca 2 Medina.

Katie Leslie


Timeless Festival
11am-9.30pm,
10 September
Ravensknowle Park, Huddersfield,
Free Admission.
www.chocolatefireguard.co.uk
Phone 01484 432 657

The fourth annual Timeless Festival is all set for 10 September over three stages.

Presented by the Chocolate Fireguard label in conjunction with subsidiary music development agency Timeless Music Project, the organisers have assembled a fantastic truly multicultural and international line up of cutting edge sounds.

Highlights include Rodney P Playback, DJ Vadim, Bongo Pete, Transglobal Underground, Panjabi Hit Squad and Being 747.

Pat Jones


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Issue No. 1967
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