Another World is Possible FESTIVAL 2014
FIRST DRAFT TIMETABLE
(this will change – things will have their titles tweaked and other things will be added)
|7pm||Permaculture Garden Tour & Talk|
|9.30 – 10.30||Breakfast available|
|10.15 – 11.30pm||How can we Stop Fracking? Jonathan Neale||Trade Unions: seen better days or is there life there yet? Charlotte Bence|
|12.00 – 1.00pm||Lunch|
|1.0pm – 2.45pm||Immigration: rejecting the hysteria Guy Taylor & Zoe Gardner||Resisting Monsanto’s power grab Hector Christie & Tom McNulty|
|3.00pm – 4.15pm||Beautiful trouble: the art of dissent Noel Douglas & Jonathan Barnbrook||Populism, resistance and the new politics of Europe Louis Bayman|
|5.00pm – 6.00pm||Only Planet: Book reading by Ed Gillespie|
|6.00pm – 7.30pm||Dinner|
|7.00pm – late||Entertainment / camp fire|
|10.00am – 11.00am||Breakfast|
|11.00am – 12.30pm||Stop TTIP: handing power to corporations Hamza Hamouchene & Jonathan Neale & Tushie Garstang|
|2.00pm||London Coach leaves.|
Camping tickets are £25 / £15 concs.
Day tickets are £10 / £5 concs / children free
Weekend (non-camping) tickets are £15 / £7 concs / children free.
There will be a bus running from London, leaving Friday morning and returning Sunday afternoon / evening. We will be charging £50 / £40 for bus and camping in one ticket. You can’t get a weekend away in the gorgeous North Devon countryside AND all the festival shenanigans for cheaper.
The festival isn’t about the speakers, its about the people attending – meeting and exchanging ideas and planning resistance. We will be carrying information about up coming events: Occupy Democracy, Stop NATO, about the situation in Palestine and solidarity actions, and Reclaim the Power.
The event will be catered for by the legendary culinary wizards otherwise known as the Brixton Tea Party.
The transport from London is now full – sorry! If people really want to go and this presents a problem please email email@example.com.