Newsletter 25th May-1st June

First, thanks to all of you who came at “Le Grande Fete” on saturday, it was an amazing day! Fantastic weather, elderflower fritters and tons of food, music, bikes, capoeira and such a great crowd! Party went on really late and was very fun!


If you want to get involved, please do come round at our weekly meeting on tuesdays 8pm. We do need more people to make the place even more vibrant! Ok, having a meeting is not always very funny and exciting, but we promise you’ll get some tea and hopefully some cake :)


The main event this week is on Friday 29th of May: Latin American Cine Klub by Cinema Klandestino. A collective from Bristol that will come and present two movies:

1. FRETECO: Occupied Factories and Workers’ Control in Venezuela

2. LA TOMA (The Take)


==Monday 25th 6.30-8pm==

*Kundalini Yoga 6-week course*

Another 2 sessions…

Kundalini Yoga returns to The Library House for six weeks only. The theme is vitality, Working with breath movement, mantra and meditation we will tap into our infinite energetic reserves and release old debilitating energy.Donations appreciated.

Wear loose comfy clothing and bring water and a blanket or something warm

to cover you; to relax in. If the weathers nice we’ll be outdoors. Contact

Laura 07779 284527 for more details.


==Tuesday 26th April 8pm==

*Weekly Collective meeting*

This is a good chance to talk to the collective if you want to have an event in the space or to find out more about getting involved there.


==Wednesday 27th 6pm onwards==

*Cafe Marie and Cinema Libre*

The weekly cafe starts around 6pm with lovingly cooked vegan food and access to the free shop. Friendly folks get together to chat before the films from Cinema Libre at 8pm. Expect a clever mix of political and current event shorts or similarly themed documentaries for most nights. Discussions between films, as well.


==Thursday 28th 7-9pm==


We are a group of people sharing and learning some capoeira. We want to have fun while finding our roots. If the weather is nice, we should go in the park. We usually practice movements, make a rodinha and play live music. We have all we need: good mood, a lot of energy and willingness to learn. Sessions are free, and you are more than welcome to join us!


==Friday 29th 7.30pm==

*LatinAmerican CineClub by Cinema Klandestino*

Cinema Klandestino take leave of their hometown this Friday the 29th of May to travel to London for one night only. Two movies:

FRETECO: Occupied Factories and Workers’ Control in Venezuela

(Venezuela, 2009, 40mins). 

A new film on the Venezuelan Revolution.

Produced by Vive TV in Venezuela, this new documentary on FRETECO explores

the movement of occupied factories and workers’ control in Venezuela.

LA TOMA (The Take) (Argentina, 2004, 87mins)

A film by director Avi Lewis and writer Naomi Klein, focusing on the

struggle of workers in Argentina to take back their abandoned factories

amidst economic collapse.

//The Cinema Klandestino collective//

 Inspired by the Cineclubs of Bogotá, the Cinema Klandestino

Collective have spent the past year and a half bringing the best of Latin

American cinema, old and new, to a Bristolian audience.



**<<== Belgrade Road social centre ==>>**


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.


*Tuesdays 7.30pm // life drawing*

naked narcisistic anarchists require people to draw us…

*Thursdays 1-5pm // bike workshop*

Tools and skills available to help you fix/build/pimp your bike

*Monday 18th 11am-2pm // Free English classes for beginners*

everyone is welcome, tea and coffee will be provided. contact: 07928102817



**<<== Other Announcements ==>>**


**Anarchist Movement Conference 2009**

Anarchist Movement Conference 2009 will happen at Queen Mary & Westfield

College on Saturday June 6th and Sunday June 7th, 2009. The space will

include 20 rooms and a large hall as well as a creche for both days. It is

a chance to put our ideas on the table and rebuild ourselves. The barriers

that exist need to be broken down, the experiences and ideas of those

involved in anarchist politics need to be shared, discussed, critiqued and

debated. The task is urgent, practical and necessary – are we as a

movement mature enough to face the challenge?

Please set aside 20minutes to register. Download the form at

If you are in a group in London PLEASE put this on your agenda at your

next meeting. It is important that we see this as a part of what we are

ALL doing. Its our movement, its our conference.

You can also register at Freedom Bookshop. Or email for more assistance



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