Saturday, September 01, 2007

Grand Opening Week At Liverpool's Next To Nowhere

Today I give my blog over to an advance warning from Liverpool's new social centre:

We open with a week of events from 15th September to 23rd September (flyer), and from then on will be available to book for meetings and events. If you have a meeting or event that you would like to put on why not book the centre?

Calendar of Coming Events and Meetings (click header to return to homepage)

Grand Opening Week

(flyer)
Saturday 15th September - 7pm till late

Opening night gig and party


Come celebrate in grand style with a night of live music and great DJs.
Donation on the door with all proceeds going to the running costs of the
centre.


Sunday 16th September - 7pm - 10pm

Oaxaca Info Night


Mexican speaker from Indymedia Oaxaca. Update on the uprising, police
repression & protests in Oaxaca, Mexico. (flyer)


Tuesday 18th September - 7.30pm - 10pm

Conspiracy Evening

From 9-11 and JFK to the Masons and the New World Order - why are there
so many conspiracy theories and what should we do with them?


Wednesday 19th September - 7.30pm - 9pm

Indymedia Info Night


The Liverpool Indymedia team present films and discussion introducing
Indymedia and letting you know how to get the best out of the site.


Thursday 20th September - 7.30pm - 10pm

Introduction to Anarchism


Merseyside Anarchist Group presents speakers and discussion on the politics
and history of anarchism. With speakers from the Anarchist Federation.
(flyer)


Friday 21st September - 7.30pm - 10pm

The Boy Who Dropped an Egg on the World - A Play


Jack's Hard Rub theatre company present writer/director Julian Bond's
powerful anti-war production.


Saturday 22nd September - 7.30pm till late

School Students Against War - Benefit Night


Live music and DJs, good company and dancing to benefit School Students
Against War.


Sunday 23rd September - 7pm - 11pm

Free Screen - Film Night


The first of our regular film nights. Showing Osama - an Afghan film about
life under the Taliban and Walkout - a drama based on anti racist school
struggles in 60s LA.

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