Upcoming Events

5th June, 2018

Lesley-Ann Brown, Decolonial Daughter

An evening at Waterstones Birmingham with Lesley-Ann Brown, who will discuss her new book, Decolonial Daughter: Letters From a Black Woman to her European Son. For more information, visit the event’s page.

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9th June, 2018

Corbynism : A day making new kinds of Labour politics

What’s The Big Idea? Corbynism versus the rise of a populist anti-politics Anti-Politics author Eliane Glaser will be speaking with Alex Nunns, author of The Candidate – Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path To Power and Richard Power Sayeed, author of 1997 : The Future That Never Happened at Corbynism : A

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26th May, 2018

Elizabeth Kissling, From a Whisper to a Shout

Talk and book signing at by Elizabeth Kissling at the Auntie’s Bookstore in  Washington of our new release  From a Whisper to a Shout. For more information, visit the bookshop’s website.

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Past Events

10th April, 2018

Book Launch: The Turkish Psychedelic Music Explosion: Anadolu Psych (1965-1980)

Join us to celebrate the publication of ‘The Turkish Psychedelic Music Explosion: Anadolu Psych 1965-1980‘ by Daniel Spicer. Featuring readings from the book by Daniel Spicer + musical performances by: F.Ampism – a specially-commissioned head-trip of 21st century psychedelia based on a fragment of original Turkish psych. Hàkarl – spontaneous

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9th March, 2018

LOUD WOMEN / Under My Thumb: /w Big Joanie, I, Doris and you

A night of ‘songs that hate women’, performed by the women who love them. Including … you? Live music from: *Big Joanie* ‘Big Joanie is a black feminist punk band. We’re like The Ronettes filtered through 80s DIY and riot grrrl with a sprinkling of dashikis.’ https://www.facebook.com/bigjoanie/ *I, Doris* Just

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4th March, 2018

Eliane Glaser, Anti-Politics

The talk is part of the Jewish Book Week, 2018. To buy your ticket, visit this website. The West has seen a rising tide of populist and anti-political feeling, resulting in Brexit and Trump. Eliane Glaser scrutinises this new wave of populism, looking at how we got here and where we’re going,

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