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TWT20 Closing Party

Sun 27.09.20
7PM10PM
GMT+1 / British Summer Time
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Join our digital celebration to mark the end of TWT20 - an incredible month of radical politics, arts and culture.


Expect live performances, music, poetry, dancing, DIY film screenings, crowdsourced protest songs all running alonside an exciting round-up of festival highlights. Best of all, the End of Festival Party will be supporting tenants and residents, cultural and arts workers and low-wage and migrant workers, by fundraising for Acorn, Artists’ Union England and United Voices of the World. This is not to be missed!

Speakers:
Owen Jones is a Guardian columnist and author
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Arts & culture for the many

Cook-along
Come dine with TWT: Cooking with Migrateful
Thu 03.09.20
6PM7:30pm (GMT+1)
Workshop
Fighting back against mass redundancies in Arts and Culture
Sat 05.09.20
10AM11:30am (GMT+1)
With Amanda Walker, Paul Valentine, Joe Hayns, Andrew Candish, Rob Howat & Cristina Petrella
Panel and discussion
The problem with representation
Sat 05.09.20
12noon1:30pm (GMT+1)
With Sonali Bhattacharyya, Zita Holbourne & Chardine Taylor Stone
Panel and discussion
Solidarity and recovery in the cultural sector
Sat 05.09.20
2:30pm4PM (GMT+1)
With Maya Goodfellow, Shawab Iqbal, Joon Lynn Goh & Stella Kanu
Panel and discussion
Towards an Arts utopia
Sat 05.09.20
4:30pm6PM (GMT+1)
With Season Butler, Rhiannon White & Bayryam Mustafa Bayryamali
Illustration & discussion
Mapping the Arts and Culture union landscape
Sat 05.09.20
6:30pm7:30pm (GMT+1)
With Siddhi Gupta
Workshop
DIY Film School: Lights, camera, agitate! Part 1
Sun 06.09.20
2:30pm4PM (GMT+1)
Performance
Cabaret Night (in support of SWARM)
Mon 07.09.20
9PM10:30pm (GMT+1)
Workshop
DIY Film School: Lights, camera, agitate! Part 2
Sun 13.09.20
1PM2:30pm (GMT+1)
Reading group
A Good Night Out reading group: Community DIY centres and socialist culture
Sun 13.09.20
3PM4:30pm (GMT+1)
With Emma Warren & Alan Lane
Seminar
"The past we inherit, the future we build": Discussion with The Women's Banner Group
Thu 17.09.20
12noon1:30pm (GMT+1)
Instagram Live
THE 'WORD' TRANSFORMED Poetry Night
Fri 18.09.20
6:30pm8PM (GMT+1)
Collective Listening Session
Collective Listening: A Journey into Sonic Afrofuturism
Fri 18.09.20
8:30pm10PM (GMT+1)
With Jeremy Gilbert & Julian Henriques
Pub Quiz
Novara Media presents: Not Another Zoom Pub Quiz
Sat 19.09.20
8PM10:30pm (GMT+1)
With Michael Walker & Ash Sarkar
Panel and screening
"Injustice" screening and fundraiser for the National Memorial Family Fund
Sun 20.09.20
7:30pm10:30pm (GMT+1)
With Tru Powell, Ken Fero & Michelle Kelly

Partners

MomentumCommunication Workers UnionRosa Luxemburg Stiftung London
Global Justice NowNational Nurses UnitedAutonomyWar on WantClaim the FutureTrademark BelfastIWGBDisabled People Against CutsThe Democracy Collaborative

Media Partners

Novara MediaPluto PressVersoRed PepperPolitics Theory OtherRadical Art Review
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Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn TrustGuerrilla Foundation
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