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Soli Concert in Koma F.
Begins punctually at 10pm.
with : “Cavalera & Nergal” (Collectif Mary Read/ FR), “Drowning Dog& DJ Malatesta” (Entartete Kunst/ USA+ITA) + “Acero Moretti” (ITA)
Soli Konzert im Koma F
Beginn pünktlich 22.00 Uhr!
mit : “Cavalera & Nergal” (Collectif Mary Read/ FR), “Drowning Dog& DJ Malatesta” (Entartete Kunst/ USA+ITA) + “Acero Moretti” (ITA)
Köpenicker Str. 137, 10179 Berlin
Soli Party at K9 (details of location below)
Saturday 16th April 22:00
“Looking For Freedom”. Die Anarchosyndikalistische Jugend Berlin feiert ihr zweijähriges Bestehen und lädt zum Tanzen. Die Einnahmen gehen zum einen an anarchosyndikalistische Arbeit in Berlin und zum anderen an die Tempest Library, um ihr aus der schwierigen finanziellen Lage zu helfen.
Moskaus Rache für Rambo (Trash), Special Guest (Trash), Brühwurst (Techno), Schlendrian Klimperbeats (Techno).
“Looking For Freedom”. The Anarcho Syndicalist Youth Berlin is celebrating its two year anniversary and invites you to come and dance. Takings will go towards anarcho-syndicalist work in Berlin and to Tempest Library to help out with the financial situation there.Moskaus Rache für Rambo (Trash), Special Guest (Trash), Brühwurst (Techno), Schlendrian Klimperbeats (Techno).
Kinzigstr. 9, 10245 Berlin
Great for a first drink to get the night going or a last one to finish it off…also great if you stay all night!
Come and support Tempest by drinking at Fischladen!
Open from 7pm until late.
Rigaer Strasse 83
Die Anarchosyndikalistische Jugend Berlin (the Anarchosyndicalist Youth Berlin) will host a reading of texts by the Italian anarchist Errico Malatesta. Texts will centre on the topics of elections, anarchism, propaganda of the deed, and anarchy and violence. There will also be some musical accompaniment to these readings. The event will hopefully help to raise awareness of the Tempest Library and it’s current financial difficulties. Drinks will be available and proceeds will go to Tempest.
Join us at Tempest Library for the second
‘Open meeting for workers, and those who fight against work’
Saturday 26th February 2011
We held our first meeting in December as part of a series of events looking at work and Capital. (For some background information on these events please see the flyer below).
The meeting was positive and well attended with many fresh and inspiring ideas circulating. There was a clear desire to have another meeting in order to develop the discussions that had begun and, hopefully, to explore some concrete projects together- we don’t just want to talk about work, we want to do something about it!
Come with proposals, ideas and the will to act!
Saturday 26th February 2011