*****Scroll down the page to see workshops, films and music.****
10am-5pm - Bookfair stalls
10am-5pm - Children & young people's activities
10.30am - Stalls tour with BSL interpretation
11am-5pm - Workshops, with BSL interpretation in Cinema Space, see programme below
4pm-10pm - Films
5pm-7pm - Cafe Gig with BSL interepretation
7pm- 11pm - After Party
We plan to run a range of workshops over a breadth of topics based around struggle as well as activities for young persons. Some of these may be subject to change or be weather permitting. BSL interpreting will be available at a selection of workshops. Selected workshops will be broadcast on the Star and Shadow radio channel. Check back soon for updates!
|Meeting Room||Abolish Detention: Hassockfield||Deaf Awareness and Basic Sign Language with Sign it Hear||Film shorts||Kill the Bill||Stencil Art||Stencil Art continued|
With BSL interpreting
|Green & Black Cross - Know Your Rights||Earth First!, green anarchism, and direct action to defend the wild||Kurdistan: Lessons for Revolution||Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC)||Lumpen - The Class Work Project - Revolutionary organising, working class writing & creative media||Film/Shorts for Young People||Films by Ewan Brown|
|Snug / Young People Zone||Planting & growing with Byker Community Planting|
Toddler toy area - all day
|Zine, Collage and Badge Making||Zine, Collage and Badge Making||Art & Crafts|
|See a film in the cinema|
|Cafe Area||Drawing the Cinema Collaborative||Drawing the Cinema||13:00 - 13:30 Thomas Spence Local Radical Show and Tell||Drawing the Cinema||Drawing the Cinema||Drawing the Cinema||Live Music - Georgia May, Colly Metcalfe. Andy T - with BSL interpreting|
|Outside||14:00 - 15.45 Climbing to Occupy: Absolute Beginners - Practical|
|Gallery||All day - Art Exhibition by Chilli Studios, Art by Ewan Brown|
A relentless onslaught of controlled chaos and sinew-stretching harmonies. Slalom D are a punk rock band.
Film & Art
Ewan Brown Film Collection
7.30pm - Land and Freedom, Directed by Ken Loach
Ken Loach's acclaimed 1936-set film about the Spanish Civil War stars Ian Hart as a disillusioned Liverpudlian who decides to follow his principles and join the fight against fascism in Spain. Taking up with a poorly armed Republican alliance, he soon becomes enmeshed in the desperate struggle to protect the country's democratic government from General Franco's advancing armies. David bonds deeply with his comrades, especially the beautiful Blanca (Rosana Pastor), but is dismayed as political infighting threatens to plunge the whole resistance movement into turmoil. Epic in scope and brilliantly acted, 'Land and Freedom' is one of the most unique, powerful and moving war films ever made.
Tickets: Pay as you can, Pay As You Can: £7 Pay As You Can: £5 Pay As You Can: £3 Pay As You Can: £0 P.A/ Carer: FREE
Throughout the building there will be art pieces from Ewan's own collection and help from Chilli Studios in Newcastle, to bring vibrancy as you pass between stalls and workshops throughout the building.