Cultural and Academic Boycott
7.30pm at 140 –142 Hartfield Road,
Talk with Jews for Boycotting Israeli
Goods convenor Mike Cushman
about why the boycot is important
and deserves support.
8 WEDNESDAY 17
London’s Industrial Heritage
7pm at Peace House, 5 Caledonian
Road, London N1
Historian Geoff Marshall discusses
London’s often overlooked industrial
heritage and its implications on
workers and the fabric of the city, as
told in his new book. Entry £3,
redeemable against any purchase.
Talk: The Syria Conflict
7pm at the Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk
Place, London W2
Discussing recent developments, on
the ground and on the international
stage, and asking what changes we
could see in coming months. With
war correspondents Anthony Loyd,
Lina Sinjab, James Harkin and
Patrick Cockburn. Tickets £12.50,
call (020) 7479-8940.
8 THURSDAY 18
Modern Day Protest
7.30pm at the Bishopsgate Institute,
230 Bishopsgate, London EC2
Talk on how voices against authority
can make themselves heard,
examining which forms of protest
have made the most impact.
Reel News Blacklisting Special
7.30pm at the Grosvenor, Sidney
Rd, London SW9
With blacklisted construction
workers, green activists and sacked
Crossrail steward Frank Morris.
8 FRIDAY 19
Screening: They call it Myanmar
6.30pm at Manchester Buddhist
Centre, 16 Turner Street, Manchester
Shot clandes tinely over a two-year
period by Robert H. Lieberman, the
film provides a rare look at the
second-most isolated country on
19th-21st: Eastern Permaculture
2pm at Ringsfield Hall, Ringsfield
near Beccles NR34 8JR
Annual event promoting and
organising for an expansion of
permaculture in the region. Ticket
prices vary, call 0845 458-1805 or go
to permaculture.org.uk for details.
19th-21st: Tolpuddle Martyrs
Festival and Rally 2013
7pm Friday, 12pm Saturday,
10.30am Sunday in Tolpuddle
village centre, DT2 7EH
The summer’s big trade union bash
honours the six people who stood
for the right to organise in the 1830s.
Friday/Saturday require tickets (£25
weekend pass, £5 children,
under-5s free) while rally day on
Sunday is free. Call (01305) 848-237
or go to tolpuddlemartyrs.org.uk.
8 SATURDAY 20
Stuff the Banks!
n Bristol: 1pm, venue tbc.
Updates at facebook.com/
n London: 12pm on Brixton Rd,
n London: 12pm at 133 Regent
Street, email ukuncut@googlemail.
n Glasgow: 12pm at St Enoch
subway station, email s.rodger1@
n Grimsby: 10am on Victoria
Street., email grimsbyukuncut@
n Northampton: 10.30am 22
Abington St, email ukuncut@
n Oxford: 1pm on Market Street,
n Sheffield: 12pm at Sheffield
town Hall, email sheffield.uncut@
n Shrewsbury: 11am at 33 High
St, email shropsfightback@
UK Uncut day of action against tax
dodging by and bonus cultures in
financial giants, setting up
temporary food banks in branches
and helping out the community.
The 2013 Peace and Justice
Pilgrimage: Final Day
1pm at Trafalgar Square
The epic 500-mile walk from Iona,
Scotland to London in opposition to
Trident renewal will finish up walking
from the Friends House, 173 Euston
Road at 11am to St Martin in the Fields
Church, where a service of celebration
where will be held before making the
final stroll to Trafalgar Square where
there will be a shared picnic lunch.
Celebrating 60 years since
1pm at Bolivar Hall, 54 Grafton Way,
Celebrating 60 years since Fidel,
Raul and the revolutionary rebels
attacked the Moncada Barracks,
sparking the Cuban Revolution.
With Cuban music, salsa classes,
art and photo exhibition, snacks,
drinks, raffle, kids’ games, face
painting, live music and more.
2pm at Algate Station, Aldgate High
Street, London EC3
Who was Oswald Mosley? Who were
the Blackshirts and what did they do?
What was it like living in the East End
at the beginning of the 20th century?
Answers to these questions and more
will be delivered by David Rosenberg
from East End Walks