Film Screening by GPI Generation

The True Reggae Story

GPI Generation is a new group at the GPI encouraging participation from young people in the activities of the Institute. In 2007 GPI Generation showed the film Dream to Change the World to a group of young people and held a discussion about their responses to John La Rose's legacy and their own lives and work.  Since then they have held a number of discussion meetings and accomplished a video of Irma La Rose speaking of her early life in Trinidad and Venezuela.

Talk by David Feickert

China and the rest of us - from the economic, social, political viewpoints in the context of global sustainable development

David Feickert is a consultant in mine safety, energy, and ergonomics, currently spending much of his time working as an independent consultant in China.

International PEN presents: Free the Word!

News re PEN festival

16 - 19 April 2009

International PEN's festival of world literature, Free the Word! returns for its second year this spring. Taking the theme of Heaven and Earth, meet the great writers you know and the great writers you don't as they explore beyond imagination and through other worlds in an explosive weekend of storytelling, discussions and debate.

For the full Free the Word programme visit:

Book Launch by Cy Grant

Cy Grant reads from his new book, 'Rivers of Time: Collected Poems'

Notebook of a Return to my Native Land

Anton Phillips and Errol Lloyd in performance as a tribute to the late Cesaire

Ear Dis Album Launch

Ear Dis invite you to the launch of their new album, 'Welcome to FLOORBOOGIE'

Ear Dis (aka Roxy 'Arms' Harris and Elroy 'Spoonface' Powell) invite you to the launch of their new album, Welcome to the FLOORBOOGIE, featuring their club hit 'Hey Girl' (WunnaDemWuns).

Advance copies of the album will be available on the night. The album also features the club classic 'I Feel' and two tracks from the BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale session, which are only available on the CD and not online.

Jul 28, 2008
Salmon and Compass Bar, 58 Penton Street, Angel, London N1 9PZ, UK


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