The chicken, the egg or fake blood?


<* EVENTS @ rampART *>


/// PUNK GIG, 11TH AUGUST, 8 PM ///

Reazione, Bottlejob, Defon Zero


The ArtKitchen crew from Estonia will cook and mix art and music by young enthusiasts. As special surprise there will appear country band Smokey Angle Shades live! Additionally there will be DJs mixing such styles as indietronica, chiptune, electro and rock: DJ Spacetravelisboring, DJ Olio, Dj Matt Larby and James Crisby

Silly stuff from artkitchen: Tea, special egg meals, candies, Flea market (you can exchange your rare or burned cds with favorite music;), Free T-shirt design.

Art part of the event include gallery of the photographer Aleksei Belov (urban portraits) and illustrations by Joanne Cheung. Also everyone is welcome to express creativity by cutting the magazines and mixing other media. Express their views on what came first: the egg or the chicken?

Entry is free but you may donate 1 £ for the event’s creative needs! Be on time and bring friends! There will be free scrambled eggs and wine


The Northern Action Medics will be giving a 20 hour course that will teach you the basics of general First Aid, as well as skills to deal with medical situations specific to direct action, such as dealing with chemical weapons and the police. The course will involve scenarios and hands-on practice and, although we cannot offer you any official accreditation, the 2 1/2 day training is the minimum standard for membership of the Action Medics, and will equip you for a wide range of situations, from hypothermia to baton wounds.

There will be 3 or 4 hours on Friday evening and two full days on Saturday and Sunday. We are not charging to do this training but any donations towards our travel over there would be greatly appreciated. It would also be great if people can confirm if you are coming so we know how many people to prepare for.
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7PM, Tuesday, 4 August and every Thursday 165 Commercial Street

Come along every Tuesday from 7pm to get involved in the space, propose a discussion / skillshare / workshop or whatever you fancy!

Non Commercial House is a recently opened space in East London, located at 165 Commercial Street. It aims to offer an alternative to mass consumption and capitalism based upon cooperation, mutual respect and sustainable living. The main space is used as a free shop where people bring items they no longer require and take what they need. It is not only about objects but about sharing! Other activities include free bicycle repair, workshop / skillsharing and cinema space.

Children are very welcome within Non Commercial House. The ground floor is wheelchair accessible. However, the only toilet in the building is on the top floor. Items can be dropped off anytime; knock on the door or leave them out front.

<* AT THE LIBRARY HOUSE *> The Library House is a social centre in Brixton Camberwell Contact us if you want to be on our mailing list and be informed about the events there :) thelibraryhouse°°°at°°°

==Tuesday 11th 8pm==

*Library House Collective Meeting*
A weekly meeting for members of the collective to discuss all things social centre. Newcomers with ideas and suggestions received warmly!

==Wednesday 12th 8pm==

*Summer cinema presents Harold and Maude*

==Thursday 13th 6.30-8pm==

*English Spanish Language exchange*
Learn each other’s language. monolinguists/Bilinguists/Polyglots welcome! :)

DIRECTION 52 Knatchbull road (entrance on Burton rd, behind Minet library) SE5 9QY. Nearest tubes : Brixton, Oval, Kennington. Nearest train : Loughborough junction. Nearest buses : P5 or Brixton road (3/N3, 59, 133/N133, 159/N159, 415. stop: loughborough road)





This coming Wednesday 12 August has been declared a national day of solidarity with Vestas workers.

Supporters around the country are organising their own rallies and meetings, and, ideally, attempting to get workers to stop work for a time, on that day.

CENTRAL LONDON 12.30pm, meeting organised by PCS and RMT, The Dining Room, Civil Service Club, 13-15 Great Scotland Yard HARINGEY, NORTH LONDON 5pm-6pm, Wood Green Library, High Rd, N22, rally called by Haringey TUC and the Sustainable Haringey network

You can keep up to date with what is planned on the Save Vestas blog

Save Vestas campaign /


Lovinsky vigil 2 years anniversary.

Wednesday 12th August, 6pm Steps of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square

Please join Lovinsky supporters this Wednesday, August 12th, to observe the second anniversary of the kidnapping and disappearance of grassroots organizer and leader, Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine.

Lovinsky was kidnapped and disappeared in Haiti on August 12th, 2007 shortly after meeting with a US-Canadian human rights delegation. As a member of Fanmi Lavalas, Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine was an extraordinary grassroots organizer and leading advocate for the poor, including street children, teenage mothers and victims of torture.

Where is Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine and what happened to him? Join with Haiti’s grassroots movement and activists around the globe to demand an accounting for his disappearance. End the US/UN occupation, Brazil out of Haiti, free the political prisoners, return President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.


SATURDAY, 15 AUGUST, 5-6:30PM LOCAL HOUSING CAMPAIGNS with Sarah Glynn Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road

Sarah Glynn will be drawing on her recent book, ‘Where the Other Half Lives: lower income housing in a neoliberal world’, to analyse the impact of three decades of neoliberal economic policies that have regarded houses not primarily as homes for living in, but rather as a source of profit.

>From Hackney to Hammersmith, tenants and activists have been fighting a prolonged battle against what has become a persistent assault on the housing and housing standards of those on below average incomes. For that battle to have any chance of success it is important to know what we are up against.

Part of Housmans’ ‘London’s Burning’ series – see

Free entry Nearest tube: King’s Cross



Come along for a Climate Camp Appetiser on Sunday 16 August from 2 to 5 pm to the Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ (Liverpool St/Aldgate East tube)

– Presentation on how climate camp is organised; your questions answered – Discussion and planning for the Public Swoop on Wednesday 26 August: the day we’ll take the site and set up the Camp – A choice of hands-on workshops with the groups organising different parts of the London neighbourhood ? kitchen, entertainment, power, and more – Direct action session: what it is, why we do it, how to get involved! It”ll be a great chance to meet others who are going to Climate Camp and to make a real contribution to the London neighbourhood before you even get there!

Let us know you’re coming, or just turn up on the day.


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