This year’s festival will be held at Tapeley Park, near Bideford, Devon from Friday 25 July – Sunday 27 July.
GR is always keen to support new initiatives in the anti-capitalist movement. When those initiatives create new alliances and working relationships, we are especially keen to support.
Sometimes things come together. Everything clicks into place, the stars are all lined up or something.
Here is our provisional timetable for 2012. Things may change so please check back here for updates.
After the success of 2011′s first ever GR festival, we’re going for it again this year. Presenting the perfect antidote to Olympic hysteria, what better way of spending a weekend than in splendid rural surroundings with a big bunch of activists.
The Mutineers have devised a new evening for us all to attend, enjoy, explore and maybe even learn. Drugs are slapped in the dock and given the once over on 10 October.
GR’s first ever festival of resistance was a beautiful and fascinating event, taking political learning, discussion and planning to an entirely different environment.
Join The Reverend Billy and & The Church of Earthalujah in an exorcism of the evil spirit of BP at the Tate Modern Turbine Hall on Monday 18 July, 5.30.
Blimey, organising a little festival is tougher than you think. Here’s the latest update.
It’s festival time of year and GR is helping itself to a hefty chunk of the action. Make sure you keep Friday 8 – Sunday 10th July free for the best event of the summer.
Usurp Art Gallery’s summer show presents 10 years of intrepid work by Jess Hurd, a photojournalist and campaigning photographer involved in people’s struggles for dignity and freedom internationally.
Mutiny is back. This time hosted by former Sunday Times journalist and author of A Year on The Sauce Brendan Montague and featuring Green politician Sian Berry.