Wodenstock 2020 and 2021 have beeen postponed due to Covid, it will be back July 2022 contact email@example.com to get involved
from our earlier discussion around Black Lives matter, we identified a possible campaign around the police’s use of Body Worn Video.
Wolves LGBT+ Pride festival Saturday 10 October 2020 organised by City of Wolverhampton Council on behalf of Wolverhampton LGBT+ Alliance, is a day of celebration for the LGBT+ community and allies.
Police Spies Out of Lives is organised by and for people deceived into relationships with undercover police. Latest updates on the Undercover Policing Inquiry http://campaignopposingpolicesurveillance.com/ucpi-public-inquiry/
Rise Like Lions! Banner Theatre Chuckery Club April 17th 7.30pm £5.00 (2.00 concessions) Banner Theatre presents ‘Rise, Like Lions!’: a stirring, stomping, roaring celebration of grassroots resistance to those who plot to […]
the latest video by Musicians Union delegate to Wolverhampton TUC, Tim Martin
Sunday 18 February 2018
Socialist, Trade Unionist & Labour Member of ParliamentSaturday 23rd June @Light House cinema tickets on sale now
Saturday, 13 January 2018 The Cherry Reds Cafe-Bar in Birmingham,
Congratulations to Rob Marris, the Vice-President of Wolverhampton, Bilston and District Trades Union Council on his election as Labour MP for Wolverhampton South West
Monday 19 June 6pm Wolverhampton Amnesty are putting on the film Fire at Sea. tickets from Lighthouse WV1 1HT only
Film, poetry, visual arts, performance, music, song, dance, theatre. No austerity here! 3-5 November 2017• venue now changed to Exeter