Autonomy film show in Bridport, Saturday 9th March 2013.

7.00pm for 7.30pm W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport

£3 Entry (less if you can’t afford it)
+ Vegetarian soup on sale from 6.30pm

Some other interesting local events organised by others:

For International Women’ Day: Friday 8th March 7.30 pm Beach and Barnicott, South St, Bridport

‘The World’s Wife’ – Carol Ann Duffy’s poems performed by Sinistre Theatre Company. No charge, donations for Womankind Worldwide. Followed by music & dancing till late.

Saturday 9th March 9.30 – 1pm Bucky-Doo Square, Bridport Stalls, women buskers and performers.

3pm Arts Centre Cafe, South St, Bridport Workshop ‘Feminism Today’ Tea and cake 3pm, workshop 3.30pm, £2 donation requested.

Wednesday 20th March 7 – 9 pm Dorford Centre, Dorchester (near Top of Town) ‘No Fracking in Dorset!’ public meeting organised by Frack-Free Dorset.

Friday 5th April 7.30 pm for 8 pm Lyric Theatre, Barrack St, Bridport ‘Can there be a Political Theatre?’ talk by Roland Muldoon, author of ‘Taking on the Empire: How we saved the Hackney Empire for popular theatre’ organised by Lectures on Everything, Autonomy Films and Just Press.

UK Uncut call out 8 Dec. Refuge from the cuts – target Starbucks!

 

UK Uncut event page

From UK Uncut: “It’s time for the government to wake up and smell the coffee. Women have had enough of being attacked by a cabinet of millionaires. But there is a refuge from the cuts. Join us on Saturday 8th December to transform the tax dodger Starbucks into services women depend on, such as refuges and crèches. Check the actions page to find an action near you. If there isn’t one, we’ve got a step-by-step guide on how you can organise one yourself.”

Actions all over our area including Bath, Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Portsmouth and Southampton.

Bridport International women’s day festival: 4th – 11th March

Festival Programme Pdf

Autonomy Films presents: Carry Greenham home.