This Week events (10th-17th March)

==Tuesday 10th 8pm==
*Library House Collective Meeting*
We meet as an open collective every tuesday evening from 8pm to discuss use of the space, hear proposals, and if we’re lucky have some hot food and a cuppa!

==Wednesday 11th 6pm==
*Cafe Marie + Cinema Libre*
As usual, this wednesday 6pm, there will be some hot drinks and hot food on donation. Then at about 8pm, movies about recent political struggles by Cinema Libre. This week: We – featuring the words of Arundhati Roy. War On Want, poverty is political.

==Thursday 12th 7-9pm==
We are a group of people sharing and learning some capoeira. We want to have fun while finding our roots The space is rather small but it is great fun as you need to be really aware of your surroundings. We usually practice movements, make a rodinha and play live music. We have all we need: good mood, a lot of energy and wilingness to learn. Sessions are free and you are more than welcome to join us!

==Friday 13th 11am-1pm==
Kundalini Yoga Sessions on donation. Bring your own yoga mat and blanket if you can.

==Sunday 15th 12noon==


**<<== OTHER PLACES==>>**

==Belgrade Road social center==
2a Belgrade Road, Dalston
Belgrade road is a newly opened social space in dalston/stoke newington. It is collectively run and open to the public. We currently have two weekly events and more to come soon…
*Tuesday 7.30pm life drawing (free)*
naked narcisistic anarchists require people to draw us…
*Thursday 1 – 5pm bike workshop (free)*
Tools and skills available to help you fix/build/pimp your bike

==Friday 13 March 2009, 7.30pm: Conway Hall==
A GALHA <> event.
Squatting In Brixton – the Brixton Gay Community of the 1970s. A talk based on new research by Dr Matt Cook, Senior Lecturer in History at the School of Continuing Education, Birkbeck, University of London.
While GALHA has earned its place in LGBT history, some aspects of the origins of the radical gay movement in the UK may still surprise some of us. Tonight Matt Cook reveals all. The Brixton Gay Community of the 1970s formed around the UK’s first gay centre and a series of nearby squatted houses. Between 50 and 60 men lived in these squats for anything from a week to ten years. In oral testimonies many of them describe how their experience shaped their politics, their ideas about sexual identity and community, and their creative lives. The South London Gay Liberation Front, the journal Gay Left and the Brixton Faeries are each linked to the squatting community, which in the mid-1980s was absorbed into the Brixton Co-op. The houses – and the communal garden that connects them – are still reserved for gay and lesbian tenants: a tangible legacy of the earlier community. This talk describes the genesis and contours of the community, and explores the attempt by those involved to live differently.
Getting to the Conway Hall


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