2019 may1st 2DL back

doors open 6-45pm Wednesday 1st May 2019

venue: Pegasus Banqueting Suite, Jackson Street, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton WV6 0QQ

Headline act:

Attila the Stockbroker, political punk poet

1st May speakers confirmed:

Cnllr Lynne Moran, St Peter's Labour Party

Dyal Bagri National President Indian Workers Association (GB)

George Hickman Communist Party

 

also featuring :

Reckless breakers

One Love International Sound System

https://www.facebook.com/events/787266268272749/

 

ATTILA THE STOCKBROKER, "Whether he`s ranting a poem or bashing out a song, there‚Äôs something magnificent about Attila in full flight" (Ian McMillan, BBC Radio 4). Poet in residence at Brighton & Hove Albion, Attila Headlines the Cabaret stage at Glastonbury festival every year; listen to some of his music 

Sharp-tongued, high energy, social surrealist rebel poet and songwriter. His themes are topical, his words hard-hitting, his politics unashamedly radical, but Attila will make you roar with laughter as well as seethe with anger...

Inspired by the spirit and `Do It Yourself` ethos of punk rock, and above all by The Clash and their overtly radical, political stance, he started as a punk bass player in 1977 and took the name Attila the Stockbroker in 1980, blagging spots for his poems and songs in between bands at punk gigs. He quickly got a couple of John Peel radio sessions, a deal with London independent record label Cherry Red Records and before very long was on the front cover of Melody Maker...and he hasn`t looked back since, now nearly 40 years on the road. 

Attila the Stockbroker
http://www.attilathestockbroker.com
http://www.myspace.com/attilastockbroker
http://www.last.fm/music/Attila+the+Stockbroker
https://twitter.com/atilatstokbroka
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Attila-the-Stockbroker/20550602416

http://www.reverbnation.com/attilathestockbroker

 

Reckless bboy crew   We are Reckless, a bboy crew from Wolverhampton, founded in Heath Town in 1982.  We are the second generation, we teach, battle, perform and uphold the legacy the original generation left us and the true culture of hip-hop and all it's elements.  

Contact us for more details on classes, performances, workshops. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
Awards
Go Hard Or Go Home (1st place, Krump) 2012, 2013
Movement Styles 2 and 3 (All styles, semi finals)
BBC Radio 1Xtra Live Bham 2014
International Dance Festival 2014 and 2016 (B-town, Put Your Foot Down, IDFB Robot Semi Finals)
World Record for Most People Motion Captured In Real Time (set in 2015 alongside members of Coob, Break Mission, 2Rounds, MDK)
Break Mission Presents: Dance Of Death
Gimme The Breaks 2016 (breaking, top 16)
Fat Beats 2016 (Finals, Popping)

Reckless bboys

 2019 may1st 2DL front

 

 

One Love International reggae sound system have been long time supporters of Wolverhampton May 1st events  and will again be playing and this year 

 

 more details on www.1stmaywolverhampton.org.uk

  free veggie curry for all - the Indian Workers Association prepares and serves over 200 free meals at the event around 7-45pm

 Mrs P Patel of Bilston will be once again giving free mehndi from opening until the free food is served   

  

billy dome   from 6.45pm to 8.15pm free supervised disco bouncy castle

  

 

 

1st May stalls:tbccelebratemayday

Morning Star - daily paper of the Left "I would encourage everybody to read it" - Jeremy Corbyn

UNITE the union 

WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality

Wolverhampton Amnesty group

Musicians' union

Fairytale face paints

Wolverhampton Palestine Solidarity Campaign

UNISON City of Wolverhampton 

Indian Workers Association

Wolverhampton SW Constituency Labour Party

Wolverhampton Communist Party

 

 

Last year's sponsors were:

UNISON City of Wolverhampton branch      ASLEF 236 Wolverhampton branch     Fire Brigades Union No.7 region(West Midlands)    South West CLP     NUT section Wolverhampton       GMB X13 branch B'ham General     UNITE WM6150 branch W'ton General  tucongress2 logoMidlands TUC       Wolverhampton & Bilston TUC

Also thanks to Dorothy Clarke from Walsall TUC

 

We are still seeking funds for 2019

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