TTIP and CETA are shady trade deals being negotiated by the EU. They are the biggest corporate power grabs we’ve seen in decades, and they threaten some of the most important aspects of our society. From public services like the NHS, to workers rights, to our basic human rights, everything is at stake. TTIP and CETA even threaten access to and funding for music and the creative industries.
What’s the best way to fight a corporate power grab? With a big party obviously!
There have been millions of people fighting back against these dodgy trade deals across the world. Thanks to this, TTIP is on the rocks. But its evil twin CETA is threatening to slip under the radar.
Join the movement and party with us to celebrate the success of the fight against TTIP, and rally against its evil cousin CETA. Line up and more info about TTIP, CETA and the event presenters below!
This party is taking place in Lewisham as London’s first and only TTIP FREE ZONE! Hundreds of local councils across Europe have been coming together to declare themselves against TTIP & CETA – and Lewisham is right in there repping London!
An all women collective of singers bringing us high quality UK Soul/RnB.
A crew of cold-blooded four piece rock and roll group from London.
What is TTIP & CETA?!
‘What is TTIP and why should we be angry about it?’, The Guardian (August 2015) - https://
Check out the info below if you wanna know more about these shady trade deals:
‘What is TTIP?’, War on Want - http://waronwant.org/
‘What is CETA?’, Global Justice Now - http://
Artists Against TTIP - http://
To find out more, contact Kate at 07490 213745 or message Students Against TTIP.
ABSENT KELLY INTRODUCING
In July, promoters Absent Kelly will bring you acts from around the country to the artsy favourite Amersham Arms to showcase just what talent the UK has to offer!
Space Team 4 will be topping the evening’s bill. These four local lads will be bringing bags of energy with them and will electrify the stage with their funky, catchy, experimental indie rock
Providing support is Dogs Of Riga. No strangers to their local gig circuit, Dogs of Riga will impress with their fun up-beat, rhythmic indie rock to the stage.
Luciee Closier Project will be there too. Luciee has received national television appearances and won awards in her hometown of Essex for her quirky voice, perfectly accompanied by her backing band.
Also on the bill is Anthony Rubery. The singer-songwriter has been making a name for himself on the London gig circuit of late and, although being new to the scene, is already impressing.
Opening the show is Sophie Kilburn. She’s an acoustic pop singer songwriter from Derbyshire now residing in London, drawing influences from the likes of Sarah McLachlan to James Bay.
Amersham Arms, 388 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6TY
7pm – 11pm
£8 OTD / £6 ADV
CLICK FOR TICKETS: http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/eve
“The best club in the UK for future rock and roll stars.”
Young Native, Surge, Apeman Spaceman are live at Britain’s top live music night. This is one of those “I was there” bills. Again. Arrive very early, we have the heads up on ArtBreak!
£4 adv (Q jump / priority JD*) / £5 door / £2 after the bands
*Free JD & coke first 50 in*
**Red Stripe £3.10 / double vodka Red Bull £5 / double up on spirits + £1.10**
Brockley Ukelele Group
@BrockleyUke #FREE London’s fave Ukebox, will uke your fave tunes!
Musicians Against Homelessness supports CRISIS
A great night for a great cause. Stay tuned for details.
Like the page for updates; https://facebook.com/mahgigs/
MUSICIANS AGAINST HOMELESSNESS.
The Swiines, West Of The Sun, Narrow Plains, Ryan Dooley, Casual Agenda, Moon Sugar & Many More.
LONDON: The Amersham Arms
SUN 18TH SEP, 2016 2:00pm
All Musicians Against Homelessness gigs are promoted independently all over the UK with the aim of becoming an annual event. The shows are endorsed by Alan McGee I’m sure you’ll agree it’s a great cause & will be an amazing event!
“The nexus of south-east London’s live music scene” (Time Out)
Amersham Arms is a key venue of the UK’s rising star circuit, situated in South East London.
An old School (Victorian!) Boozer with Nu Skool Free Wi Fi which is home to the capital’s best comedy club (Happy Mondays) and so many of the best buzz live music promoters.
Down to earth and up to good times; 388 New Cross Road SE14 is a destination. A social/sociable hub for the colourful, creative locals/student community and friends old and new from around the UK: All ages, genres, back grounds and persuasions.
Encompassing Music, Art, Theatre, Comedy, Meetings, Street Food, Real Ales, Boutique Beers, Poetry, Rehearsals, Parties, Photo Sessions, Secret Gigs, Launches, Gallery, Exhibitions, Family Afternoon Raves, LGBT events, Music Industry Signings, Festival warm ups, Film Screenings (and lots of connecting, laughing and dancing).
Alongside featuring in the TryLife transmedia drama, and a multitude of music videos, Amersham Arms is most recently a location in ‘Whiplash Dreams’, history’s first cinematically-released album.
“The area’s first destination club” (New York Times) Amersham Arms is probably best known as a stage that has played host to some of the most exciting live music and DJ sets from emerging talent and high profile names. It is a credible scouting post and there are usually members of the entertainment industry in the house. “Your favourite band has probably played at the Amersham Arms. South East London’s live music heart” (Jack Daniels) #JackRocks -
Thank you for extending the vibes, live on stage, screen, decks and dance floor during 2015 (or just hanging out and repping) including, among many more;
20 20 Vision Photography Exhibition
All Kings and Queens
ArtBeat music socials
Bare Essentials Theatre
Bechdel Test Film Club
Big Fish Little Fish (family afternoon raves)
Bombay Bicycle Club
Breaker Breaker Records
Brockley Ukelele Group
Carl Barât and The Jackals
Carl Barât (DJ set)
Chris Henniker (‘From Old Kent Road To The World’)
Culture Cake (comedy, music, poetry – and cakes!)
Dane J Baptiste
Daniela Fleckenstein Photography
Deptford Film Club
Deptford X Art Festival
The Dirty Blonds
elephants and castles
End Of The Trail Records
Flawed Is Beautiful
Foreign LDN Records
GDS (Lip Synch Battle)
Girls And Boys
God Is In The TV
Greenpeace Climate Change After Party
Half Nelson (Wrestling + Live Rock n Roll!)
Halloween History Show Off
Happy Mondays Comedy Club
Heart & Soul Club
The Heartache Motel
Heavenly Jukebox DJs
Hung Up (20th Anniversary Show for Macmillan Charity)
Jack Rocks (Jack Daniels, Live)
Jean Genie’s Massive Hugs
Jeremy Corbyn, People’s Momentum
Jess & Hooper’s Quiz Bonanza
John Clay (Clark Kent)
John McCullagh and The Escorts
K-Ink (Tattoo and Art collective)
Kat Five (Feral Five)
Len Price 3
Lewisham For Jeremy Corbyn
Little Death Machine
Live Gospel Music Night
Live Reggae Show
London Centre Of Contemporary Music
Lucie Barât and The Au Revoirs
The Magic Mod
Mark Beaumont (NME)
Music And Colour (Mind Charity)
Now You Know It’s Knowhere Live Music / Live Art party
Oh My Cabaret!
Ola’s Kool Kitchen (Artrocker)
On Blackheath Festival After Party
Open Decks Tuesdays (DJs)
Open Mic Wednesdays (performers)
Paul Sng (Invisible Britain)
People’s Momentum (convention of Jeremy Corbyn supporters)
The Plug – Music Industry Networking
The Scummy Mummies Show
Pulsar (#SELondon postcode DJs)
Reginald D. Hunter
Rhiannon The Nightmare
Ross From Friends
Rupert Hitchcox Photography
The Sleeping Giant (painting and live music event)
Saint Nick (Theatre Comedy)
Simon Sarin Photography
The Soap Girls
South East London People’s Assembly
Steve Cradock Band
Tango78 Dance Sessions
These Animal Men
Thru Colours DJs
Vita and The Vicious
Xfm Radio DJs
Ze Pomba – Girl Party