Thursday, 17 March 2011

Green Things: Climate Week film in Bonnington Square and Peter Tatchell at Oval House Theatre

Next week is Climate Week.  Vauxhall will be fortunate in gaining its very own newly minted Green Champion in April or May (more on that in a later post, I hope).  As a result, there will be a film screening of "The Yes Men Fix the World" on Wednesday 23rd March at 8:15pm on the top floor of the Bonnington Square centre.

If you're unable to attend on Wednesday, there will be a repeat of "The Yes Men Fix the World" (5pm) and also a screening of "The Age of Stupid" (7:30pm) on Sunday 27th March at The Priory Arms, Lansdowne Way, Stockwell.  

Finally, I've thought quite hard about mentioning the following on account of not wishing to promote party political events.  I've made a bit of an exception for the following on account of the fact that it's Peter Tatchell and should be quite interesting aside from the fact that it's a Green Party fund raiser.  The local Green Party are holding an evening with Peter Tatchell (a green party member) who will be interviewed by Claire Armistead (literary editor of The Guardian)  on Tuesday 5th April at Oval House Theatre at 7:45pm.  Tatchell will speak about his thirty years of environmental and human rights campaigning.  From 6:30pm, Oval House will offer a vegetarian menu.  The evening can be booked for £10 (£3 concessions) direct with Oval House Theatre.

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