A workshop led by Spare Tyre exploring play, performance and the body in space led by learning disabled artists. You will be guided through how to make performances and create a space to play in, with experimentation with sounds, movements, touch, vibrations, colours.
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This panel will include members of London Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee, Community Action on Prison Expansion and Bent Bars, who will discuss prison abolition from a trans and queer perspective, followed by a strategy workshop.
This workshop with Giles Bunch is for people who are already interested in space exploration, as well as anyone new to the subject who wants to learn more in a supportive, friendly environment. The session will centre around the theme of “the ‘frontier’ in deep space”.
How does one live well in a city almost designed to make you feel isolated, tired, anxious and poor? Artists/activists/teachers/amateur thinkers Sam Siva and Sam Berkson lead a discussion on how to live radical lives in a neo-liberal city.
Join Kwaku for this relaxed presentation on the development of reggae through migrations, over and beyond the one Windrush voyage from the Caribbean to Britain in 1948. There will be ample opportunity for participants to ask questions and contribute to the narrative.
This panel discussion led by Health Poverty Action brings together speakers from trade unions, racial justice campaigners, farmers working in the drugs trade to discuss what legal regulation could look like.
Join Leonie Rousham,Ishwari Bhalerao, Bea Macdonald and Sally Plowman for the launch of Reading Room as a means of creating connections and opening dialogue about the function, aesthetic and user culture of library collections and small press production in the age of digital information.
What would happen if we started consciously teaching our children from the very (VERY!) beginning? Being aware that the developing infants are ALWAYS feeling everything, this experiment with Francesca Tamagnini aims to offer a focused sensorial experience for the child.
Join the team behind the 12 Rules for WHAT podcast for a participatory workshop on fascism, antifascism and the far right as we identify emerging trends in the far right and discuss how a strategic antifascist movement can effectively oppose the spread of new fascisms.
D Hunter presents his book Chav Solidarity, which is part autobiography, part meditation on trauma, class, activism and identity. Hunter will read excerpts from the book, as well as discussing it’s origins and surrounding issues. This will be followed by a Q&A.
The Anarchist Bookfair in London is coming back to Conway Hall this autumn, with a full day of radical booksellers and stalls on Saturday 11th September. Following on, there will be an online programme of events on Sunday 12th September.