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Thursday January 01 1970

Trad Irish Music Night for the Seomra Spraoi Launch Weekend!

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Thursday September 13, 2007 21:54author by Seomra Spraoi - Seomra Spraoiauthor email seomraspraoi at gmail dot comauthor address 4 Mary's Abbey Report this post to the editors

Come join in the celebration of Seomra Spraoi's launch weekend!

There will be events all weekend, and Friday kicks it off with a Traditional Irish Music night. The music starts at 8pm. Come and enjoy the music with friends, and make new ones!

Seomra Spraoi is located at 4 Mary's Abbey, near Capel Street. Check out seomraspraoi.blogspot.com for more details on all the events going on throughout the weekend.

**Seomra Spraoi is an autonomous social centre for Dublin. A collective of different people with different backgrounds and interests, working together in co-operation with a common purpose, to create a safe and secure environment, and atmosphere of tolerance and respect, and a sense of community.**

Related Link: http://seomraspraoi.blogspot.com
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Say Hello To Liverpool's New Social Centre:

At 7pm on Saturday 15th September, the door was unlocked at Next To Nowhere in Bold Street, and Liverpool's new social centre was 'officially' opened, although there weren't any mayors or anything like that. However, there is a whole week of great events, starting with a party and ending with a film night.

Grand Opening Week
Saturday 15th September - 7pm til very(!) late
Opening night gig and party

Sunday 16th September - 7pm - 10pm
Oaxaca Info Night
Mexican speaker from Indymedia Oaxaca. Update on the uprising, police repression & protests in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Tuesday 18th September - 7.30pm - 10pm
Conspiracy Evening
From 9-11 and JFK to the Masons and the New World Order - why are there so many conspiracy theories and what should we do with them?

Wednesday 19th September - 7.30pm - 9pm
Indymedia Info Night
The Liverpool Indymedia team present films and discussion introducing Indymedia and letting you know how to get the best out of the site.

Thursday 20th September - 7.30pm - 10pm
Introduction to Anarchism
Merseyside Anarchist Group presents speakers and discussion on the politics and history of anarchism. With speakers from the Anarchist Federation.

Friday 21st September - 7.30pm - 10pm
The Boy Who Dropped an Egg on the World - A Play
Jack's Hard Rub theatre company present writer/director Julian Bond's powerful anti-war production.

Saturday 22nd September - 7.30pm til late
School Students Against War - Benefit Night
Live music and DJs, good company and dancing to benefit School Students Against War.

Sunday 23rd September - 7pm - 11pm
Free Screen - Film Night
The first of our regular film nights.
Showing Osama - an Afghan film about life under the Taliban and Walkout - a drama based on anti-racist school struggles in 60s LA.

Related Link: http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2007/09/381102.html
 
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