17th July What’s On

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Saturday 19th July

News from Subrosa:

Calais Migrant Solidarity fundraiser // OTTO WILLBERG & SAM ADREAE // JOVIAN SET // ALDOUS // IRMA VEP & DBH

6pm – 11pm

More music coming your way… This next installment of excellent Manchester artists is gonna blow your socks off! As per it’s BYOB but we’re asking you to bring something else this time too…read on.

Film and discussion about the situation in Calais from 6:00-7:30.



Jovian Set:
From the bad brains that brought you Cryptic Salve Band and Barbarians, Dazz & Clyve are banging their heads together to bring you Jovian Set. It’s a brand new band thing that everybody should be looking forward to.

Otto Willberg and Sam Andreae:
Resident Subrosa double bass improvisations. Expect bows on bass and percussions on sax.

Solo performance – Al minus the dous RH. Lonely love songs. Listen here:
and here:

Irma Vep & DBH:
There are no words. But there is a video and it’s posted on here so have a gander.


With an added twist, this time we’re asking you to bring a spare pair of shoes/a camera/mobile phone or water poof jacket for our collection for Calais Migrant Solidarity – and to donate any spare cash on the door.

Calais Migrant Solidarity work in collaboration with people who are trapped at the border between France and the UK. Many have traveled from countries such as Afghanistan, Iran, Vietnam, Kurdistan, Palestine, Iraq, Somalia, Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia, hoping to get to the UK they find themselves excluded at the British border. British immigration law states that you must be in the country to claim asylum but makes it impossible for non-EU citizens to enter the UK. This necessitates illegal entry for the majority of people wanting to claim asylum.

Having spent time in Calais speaking to the men and women on the ground this bizarre immigration rule escalates their risk of further oppression and violence. People live rough on the streets and put their lives at risk daily attempting to make the border crossing under lorries/across the ocean.

For more information about how you can offer support see http://calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com/.


Anarchist Bookfairs:

Saturday 27th September: Bradford
(Poster coming soon!)

Saturday 18th October: London

Saturday 29th November: Manchester


Any what’s ons?

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