With the very real threat of the BNP winning seats in the Greater London Assembly elections join us for a night to inform, inspire and entertain with hope not hate.
Featuring Billy Bragg, DJ set from Don Letts, comedy from Shappi Khorsandi, the astonishing grime theatre of the Decypher Collective, Searchlight editor Nick Lowles, Rock against Racism founder Red Saunders, writer Paul Gilroy, NUS Black Students officer Ruqayyah Collector, elections briefing briefing from Democratic Audit’s Stuart Weir.
Marking the 30th anniversary of the 1978 Rock Against Racism Carnival the evening begins with a special advance screening of the final cut of the Rock against Racism film’ Who Shot the Sheriff’ introduced by playwright David Edgar. Plus Gregg Macdonald’s film of the 2007 Hope not Hate campaign, DJ sets by Aretha and Melstars. A night of music, film, poetry, food and drink.
And a very special deal. Your £2.95 ‘ticket’ (plus the £2.95 booking & postage) is fully redeemable – ADDING UP TO A £6 SAVING on Philosophy Football shirts bought on the night. So your’ ticket’ in effect costs you nothing! When you buy your ticket we will even contact you if there’s a particular shirt you want to pick up on the night. The party is at Offside Bar, 271 City Road, London EC1, starts 6.30pm (doors open 5.30pm/ food from 5.45pm).
Readers wishing to book a table for 5 or more at a bulk discount and for any further info call on 020 8802 3499.
This event WILL SELL OUT – so book early. Go to www.philosophyfootball.com and click on ‘events’ to book
And do PLEASE spread the word, this will be a Friday night out not to be missed.