People’s Kitchen is back! Come and celebrate St. Patricks Day with us in support of Dublin Social Centre Seomra Spraoi. See http://seomraspraoi.org for more about them!
“…an eyewitness account by publicist and activist Tomo Križnar from 1979 to 2012 of the secret exterminations of African natives from the areas of Sudan, rich in natural resources: The Nuba Mountains, Darfur, Abyei and Blue Nile. The film is a personal account of what one man can do with the help of like-minded people and friends, who still believe in the power of active commitment and refuse to give in to conformism…”
“(it) also tells the story of the birth of independent South Sudan and how its secession from Sudan brought about new wars between strategic interests of the world’s powers and both Sudans.”
More info see: http://www.tomokriznar.com
AgrrrlsCaerdydd host a Film Screening of “The Punk Singer” with discussion afterwards.
From 4pm @ Porters, Harlech Court, Bute Terrace, Cardiff CF10 2FE
“Kathleen Hanna, lead singer of the punk band Bikini Kill and dance-punk trio Le Tigre, rose to national attention as the reluctant but never shy voice of the riot grrrl movement. She became one of the most famously outspoken feminist icons, a cultural lightning rod.
We will be discussing feminism, women and spaces as well as any other themes arising from this film after. Be good to see people there!”
Here’s the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMbLzaVkn2s
This Wednesday @ O’Neils in Cardiff City Centre
8pm – Fortnightly meeting of the South Wales Anarchists. 8:30pm – Film showing of ‘Grasp the Nettle’ (Unclassified)
Grasp the Nettle follows the exploits of a ragtag band of land rights activists in London as they struggle against corporations, government, police – and themselves – in their efforts to create alternative communities outside the framework of consumer society. For more info see: http://graspthenettlefilm.com
South Wales Anarchists meet regularly – get in touch to find out more…http://southwalesanarchists.wordpress.com
On Thursday 20th March, the RBU is proud to present a Film screening of ‘This is England’, followed by a discussion on ‘how we can oppose the National Front’.
Vegan food and popcorn (for donation) will also be served..- Join us from 7pm.
This Is England is a 2006 British drama film written and directed by Shane Meadows. The story centres on young skinheads in England in 1983. The film illustrates how their subculture, which has its roots in 1960s West Indian culture, especially ska, soul, and reggae music, became adopted by white nationalists, which led to divisions within the skinhead scene. The film’s title is a direct reference to a scene where the character Combo explainshis nationalist views using the phrase “this is England” during his speech.
And join a few of us afterwards as we head to ‘Strictly Bounce’ – a fundraiser for Stop NATO Cymru at Undertone on Church Street.
10pm – 3am // £3 Entry.
Featuring: Greggerz, Wowza, Dash & App, D#mental, Steady Jay.
We are very pleased to announce that our friends Will Tun and the Wasters will be travelling down to play our 2 year birthday party this Saturday!
(There will be a zine program for the event up online this week with more information and updated times, there are sure to be some changes to times and acts, so keep an eye out)
Here is a vague outline of what is to come this weekend!
Friday 1st November
4pm Doors open.
4.15-5pm Squat cracking workshop/ Q+A. What better way to break open the event?
6pm Onwards, Live music. The night will be opened with a short open mic session/jam, then we welcome various local support acts including Emma Musty, Emy Lou, Chili, Tree of sound and Taffy Twp to play. Also travelling down to open is Ash Victim- A DIY folk-punk singer-songwriter not to be missed!
The night will be headlined by Special Guests TBA.
Saturday 2nd November
4pm Doors open.
Vegan food will be provided by Food Not Bombs.
There will be a Badger Cull info stall with people present to answer any questions you may have about the cull or being in the cull zone.
Ble Mae Ellen Mai? will launch the new edition of ‘Bitch’ zine.
The free shop and Radical Library will be open as usual.
4.15-4.55pm Anti-raid workshop/Q+A. Updates about what the UKBA have been up to recently, including new laws and tactics being used. What we as individuals can do to help Asylum seekers and Refugees.
5-5.55pm- Screening of ‘Coconut Revolution’. The Coconut Revolution is a 2001 multi-award winning documentary about the struggle of the indigenous peoples of Bougainville Island.
The movement is described as the “world’s first successful eco-revolution“.
6pm Onwards Live music from more local support TBA and Daf and Jay of Kilnaboy.
9.45-11pm- Will Tun and the Wasters. Don’t miss it!
Sunday 3rd November
12pm Sustainable energies workshop.
3pm Film screening of ‘Gasland- part 2′.
5.30pm Relaxed board games and open mic.
If you would like to volunteer at this event please contact us 
Volunteering can be anything from helping to cook, stewarding for half hour on the door or behind the bar, helping to keep communal areas tidy by litter picking or just being around to help if and when we may need it.
The festival is suggested donation, nobody will be turned away if they cannot afford to pay.
Drink tolerated, drunkenness not.
We ask that nobody smoke indoors before 9pm.
Any profits made will be split between Cardiff squat funds and Freedom press bookshop in London.
We hope you can make it! Emy xx