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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
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
AutonomyRosa Luxemburg Stiftung LondonTransform! EuropeMomentumLipman Miliband TrustCommon KnowledgeMayDay RoomsAndrew Wainwright Reform Trust
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