Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Anti-fascist film night in New Cross

At Cafe Crema tomorrow, Thursday 28th October, South-East London Unite Against Fascism and Lewisham Anti-Racist Action Group present three anti-Fascist short films and Q and A with invited speaker. The films include:

-‘Who shot the Sheriff?' - a film that charts the history of Rock against Racism and Love Music Hate Racism.

- ‘East End United’ about the response by the community to the threatened English Defence League march in Tower Hamlets this year;

- a film about the Battle of Lewisham, when local people, a brick's throw from where Cafe Crema is now, confronted the National Front in 1977.

£6 entry includes polenta or cake and wine at Cafe Crema, 306 New Cross Road. 7.30 doors: 8.15 film.

At the same venue, there's a gig on Saturday night (30th Oct) featuring The A Train ('Sublime country/folk rock with a nod to Bob Dylan and the Byrds - "a lovely, earthy, organic sound" Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music'); George Leitenberger ('Tom Waits meets Jacques Brel'. £5. 8 ‘til late. Licensed.

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