Fight For Your Right To Party
It's no secret that the powers that be seem to be attempting to eradicate every last bit of interesting culture that those of us that didn't go to Eton give a damn about. Instead of sitting behind your laptop, preaching to the converted Facebook feed that made you think Labour were going to waltz through the election you should actually go out and have your say where and when it matters!
Thursday 25th June will see a panel including the Vibe Bar's Alan Miller, Alex Proud (Proud Galleries and the Telegraph), City of London licensing chairman Marianne Fredericks CC and Hackney Council's deputy mayor Sophie Linden discuss everything from the closure of venues including Vibe Bar and Madame Jo-Jo's, attempts to licence buskers and the general mistreatment of people by those in charge.
How about you actually get out there and have your say? It might actually help make a difference.
Fight for your right to party? Justice, Money, Power takes place on Thursday 25th June at 6.30pm at Bishopgate Institute, click here for more information.
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