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A Women's Day Fundraiser for Bras Not Bombs tickets

Bras Not Bombs - International Women’s Day 2020

Various Nottingham Venues, Nottingham
Saturday 7th Mar 2020 12:00pm
Maximum of 6 tickets
Over 18s only

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Wristbands to be picked up from The Carousel from 11am onwards on Saturday.

Bras Not Bombs & INFL present International Women's Day Festival 7th March 2020
THE ANGEL MICROBREWERY

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★ A VOID
★ YOU WANT FOX
★ BABE PUNCH
★ HELEN McCOOKERYBOOK
★ MOLLUSCA VITA
★ AERIS (Witch Of The East) HOULIHAN
★ VELVET BLUSH
THE LACEHOUSE

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★ THE GIRL AND THE STONE
★ CHLOE RODGERS
★ MAE MONYPENNY
★ MARTY
★ KELSEY & THE EMBERS

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SECRET CINEMA and Q&A's with....

PAUL CONROY Under The Wire

Photo journalist and author of the Best British Documentary nominee Under The Wire directed by Chris Martin will be with us showing the documentary and talking about his experiences in Syria.

On 13 February 2012, war-correspondent Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy entered war-ravaged Syria to cover the plight of civilians trapped in the besieged city of Homs, under attack by the Syrian army. Only one of them returned.

This is their story.


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SUE CLAYTON Documentary Film maker: Calais Children: A Case To Answer

Calais Children is a film and live campaign by Sue Clayton. It is a compelling 62-minute film following the scandal of what happened to the almost 2000 lone children who were seeking refuge in the Calais Jungle when it burnt to the ground �" most of whom had a legal case to be in the UK. Following the destruction of the camp, we are now years later still fighting for these children to have safe passage.


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HELEN McCOOKEREYBOOK: The Stories of the She Punks

"Featuring members of the Adverts, The Slits, The Au Pairs and Dolly Mixture, this is an important piece of punk her story. A fascinating documentary built on new interviews with the women who played instruments in punk bands in the 1970s. In accounts laced with wit, honesty and insight, pioneering players including Gaye Black, Palmolive, Shanne Bradley, Jane Munro, Hester Smith and Rachel Bor, Ana Da Silva, as well as many others, we hear about acquiring instruments, learning to play, forming bands and getting gigs" - Louder Than War

Stick around after the screening for a Q&A with she punk turned directors Helen Reddington AKA Helen McCookerybook

Disclaimer: Films will be shown on rotation. Access to Q&A is limited and only available with pre-booked tickets with the Gigantic link.

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More acts and events TBC

Address

Nottingham
UK

Venue age restrictions:

Over 18s only

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