Rip it up and start again
Change ... for a tenner?

A celebration of anti-politics, rebel-democracy and alternative guv’nors in the Tin Tabernacle in Kilburn.
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Starts at: May 06, 2013 06:46
Ends at: May 06, 2013 06:46

Rip it up and start again

Democracy is rotten. Lots of us don’t vote and if we do, it’s often with a heavy heart. This event brought together people who want to change politics itself using new political parties, self-appointed parliaments and anti-politics. Are they helping - or just making the problem worse!? Compered by Mikey Weinkove of The People Speak with David Van Reybrouck from the Belgian G1000 movement; Bob & Roberta Smith and his Art Party; Doreen Massey who launched The Kilburn Manifesto last year; Indra Adnan from The Downing Street Project, Kierra Box from Make Willesden Green and Prof Graham Smith from University of Westminster.  The evening also featured party political broadcasts from Danish Politician Uffe Elbaek on behalf of his new political party The Alternative and Eric Mutch a man who once tried to change his name by deed poll to Self-Serving Lying Bastard and currently represents the Basic Income Guarentee Party.

 

 

Rip it up and start again (Change for a tenner!)
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Wednesday 4 June 2014
The Tin Tabernacle
7:15pm-10:15pm

£9.99 (£5 concessions)
Ticket offer: Purchase tickets for two Change... events, and get a third Change... event free.

Tickets available on the door - cash only.
Cash only bar on site.
The Tin Tabernacle
12-16 Cambridge Avenue, Kilburn
London NW6 5BA

Travel
Underground: Kilburn Park
Overground: Kilburn High Road
Buses: 16, 31, 32, 98, 206, 316, 328, 332, 632, N16, N28, N31, N98
Parking: On-street parking
Curated by Charlie Tims, Peter Jenkinson and Shelagh Wright. Commissioned by LIFT. Produced as part of the IMAGINE 2020 network with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union. Image: Neons by Tim Etchells, image courtesy of the artist.