Friday 26th September – An evening of Art, Music and Poetry

Festival of Choice 2014

Live art and music, poetry, spoken word…all in the name of prochoice activism!
7.00pm – 00.00pm LARC – 62 Fieldgate St, London E1 1ES
Join us on Friday at the London Action Resource Centre for a fun, disobedient, feminist evening!

The plan is to dance and transgress, and the aim to raise some funds for feminist organisations working to uphold the to safe abortion and to decriminalise it, such as the Central America Women’s Network (CAWN) and  the Abortion Support Network

We ask an entrance fee of £5 waged /£3 unwaged offering you the following:
DRINKS! It’s Friday, we know what you need
lovely little snacks and sandwiches

The Festival of Choice is honoured to present to you these wonderful artists and performances

BodyWords by Alexandra Unger and Emily Beart-Albrecht
Being the first collaborative performance between Alexandra Unger and Emily Beart-Albrecht, BodyWords is the eternal battle between body and mind.

Songs and poetry by Isabel Ros from Spain and Mabel Encinas from Mexico

Spoken word by Leyla Josephine
Leyla is a performance artist and poet from Glasgow, all of her poems are based on feminist issues and herself. She made a recent video about abortion which has had about 80 thousand views

I Think She Was A She

Exhibition Naked In Africa & We Are Not Chicks by Sarah Peace
Sarah Peace is a visual art activist producing work in a range of mediums including photography, film, sculpture and site-specific installations often interlinked by themes of gender, subjugation or freedom of choice.
Sarah Pearce - Festival of Choice

Win a CAWN t-shirt, No going back T-shirt or the HYESTERIA reader ‘A collection of feminism’.

Pictures for the 17s campaign
In solidarity with the ‘We are all the 17.campaign we are taking pictures for their flower campaign

Artist websites

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