21st November What’s On

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From Manchester Animal Action:
Anti-Fur demo this Saturday at Harvey Nichols from 12 noon.
We’re keeping up the pressure, after their head of fashion was forced to resign because of the controversy caused by the reintroduction of fur. See:
Join us if you can from 12 Noon, at Harvey Nichols, 21 New Cathedral Street, Manchester, M1 1AD

Whether or not you can make the demos, you can make your voice heard by contacting Harvey Nichols: Tel 0161 828 8888, Fax 0161 828 8833 Email Contact.Manchester@harveynichols.com

From Northern Gas Gala:

24 hours after first major activity begins at IGas’ site we will be converging for The Northern Gas Gala! All are warmly invited to join residents of Salford and Greater Manchester in a show of front-line protection against those that threaten us and our environment. Sign up here: northerngasgala.org.uk/sign-up to ensure you receive an invitation to this most poignant of parties!

All those signed-up will, when the Gala beckons, receive a text message with a start time.

Things to bring:

Essential – water, food and warm/waterproof clothes, sun protection.

Recommended –
Picnics, cakes, fluid, tea-making facilities, warm/waterproof clothes, friends, banners, games, music, instruments, Knitting (yellow and black – gasfield free community colours!), blankets, chairs, tables, Gazebos, small tents, plastic cutlery/plates.

Things not to bring:

Alcohol, drugs, anything which could be construed as a weapon, glass etc.


The site at Barton Moss is on farmland adjacent to the M62 in Salford, Greater Manchester. The site entrance is off Barton Moss Road, to the north of Tunnel Farm, just before the bridge over the motorway. Barton Moss Road runs north from the Liverpool Road (A57) to the west of Barton Aerodrome. There is a house with banners (see picture) on the corner of Barton Moss Road/Liverpool Road.

Buses (67) run regularly from Manchester (Shudehill Interchange) down the Liverpool Road and stop at Barton Moss Road. The nearest railway stations are Patricroft (about 2 miles away) and Irlam (about 3 miles away). Both stations are a short walk from the Liverpool Road from where you can get a number 67 bus.

Address: Land North of Tunnel Farm, Barton Moss Road (off Liverpool Road/A57), Eccles, Manchester M30 7RQ

For a map and more detailed directions go to northerngasgala.org.uk/map/

Take Note!:

The Northern Gas Gala! will be a show of community protection against the threat of harm to our health and environment posed by the fracking industry. The industry is supported by the government and therefore there will almost certainly be a police-presence. Know your rights, read this pamphlet northerngasgala.org.uk/know-your-rights and don’t be intimidated. The Gala will be a inclusive, friendly space and we won’t be bullied.

See you at the Gala, it’ll be a gas!

For further info see website: northerngasgala.org.uk

See Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/577700832279266/

Saturday 23rd November

Women’s History Conference
10.30am – 5pm
Three Minute Theatre, Afflecks Arcade, Oldham Street, Manchester M1 1JG
£10/£5 (payable on the day)
Registration 10.00 am

Morning Session 10.30am – 1pm

Women, Politics and Music Claire Mooney and Alice Nutter

Women as Political Activists (1)
Sonja Tiernan – Delia Larkin and Women in the 1913 Dublin Lockout
Michael Herbert – Sarah Parker Remond, Black American Anti- Slavery Lecturer

Afternoon Session 2pm – 5pm
Women as Political Activists (2)
Alan Fowler – Alice Foley: Weaver, socialist and trade unionist
Rae Street and Nick Wilding – Enid Stacy: Socialist, Feminist,
Campaigner and Clarion Vanner

Panel Discussion on Socialism and Feminism
Speakers: Lindsey German and Louise Raw
Organised by the North West Labour History Society

More information: http://workershistory.wordpress.com/nwlhs-events/


Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair


Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/305339022930675

Gig now starts at 6.00pm with Makings of A Maniac added to the bill.


Tuesday 26th November


Friday 29th November

Saturday November 30th

Manchester Peace & Craft Fair
Festive stalls including Nepalese treasures, Palestinian delights, jewellery, art and much more. Campaign stalls from CND, Manchester PSC etc. Live music from Dave Kramer and friends. Visit the Cafe to have a brew and a catch up. Santa and his elves will be in attendance. Free and open to all
Birch Community Centre, Brighton Grove, Manchester


Sunday 1st December

Pumpkin Presents: Primeval Soup plus Autonomads, Wadeye and Liberation
Wahl Bar (opp Sainsbury’s in Fallowfield)
7.00pm £3 in


Friday 6th December


Saturday 7th December



Sunday 8th December

ACA are happy to present an afternoon of modern anti-fascist films depicting both the struggle against fascism and tributes to fallen comrades. It will be held at Moston Miners Community Centre from 15:30 onwards.

Films that we will be showing :


Carlos (Dos anos sin ti, dos anos contigo) – Carlos (2 years without you, two years with you) – (Spain)

A film made by Madrid anti-fascists a year after Carlos was murdered by Neo-nazis, showing both how the struggle and fight against fascism has continued and how they were fighting for justice. Here is a small clip from the film … http://theplatform.nuevaradio.org/video/antifascismoantirracismo/limg_src_http_theplatform_nuevaradio_org_2637/


161 > 88 (Czech Republic)

This movie was made by antifascists who have already chosen their attitude to the topic. We won’t persuade you that the movie is ”objective” in the usual sense. But we see its value in something else – the fact that we have been an active part of the events and that we were effectively shaping them. The movie of the Antifascist Action (AFA) monitors more than twenty years of the struggle against neo-Nazis, fascists and racists. The historic cross-section shows the multiple rises and falls of neo-Nazis and racists. You will witness the power as well as limited potential of the antifascist movement that doesn’t deal just with neo-Nazis, but also with the repression of the state and the public opinion. Small clip here … http://vimeo.com/64937723


ANTIFA – Chasseurs de skins (France)

Members of the Red Warriors, an antifascist gang in France, 1985. Red Warriors used violent force to remove Neo Nazi gangs from France and provide safe spaces for immigrants during the rise of white nationalism and an outbreak of violent crime against people of colour. They formed a squat called “L.U.S.I.N.E” and were considered the most effect gang to counter nazi violence, working to instill fear in their opposition. Clip here … http://antifascistarchive.com/2012/03/29/antifa-chasseurs-de-skins-2008/

£4 entrance, all money will be going towards antifascism in Manchester.

Hope you can make it.




Tuesday 10th December


Sunday 22nd December

It’s simple: We are looking for as many family and friends as possible to go to charity shops, get a rucksack, sleeping bag, flask (fill with hot soup), spoon, gloves, hat, fleece, warm tracksuit bottoms, undies, socks and extra food, bar of soap, toothbrush and tooth paste. If you put extra tins of food in, please make sure they have ring pulls. Do NOT put knives, forks, paracetamol or medications in the rucksacks.

Then meet up on Sunday 22nd December, 12 midday, to give to the homeless.


2nd, 3rd and 4th May 2014: 0161 Festival



Great list of punk gigs in Manchester at this new website: http://www.punkgigsmanchester.co.uk Add your gigs there.
Also check out http://www.punx.co.uk for a list of national punk gigs

Any what’s ons?

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