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Leicester’s Grace Petrie exploded onto the music scene in 2010, when folk legend, and her personal hero, Billy Bragg hand-picked her to play his Leftfield stage at Glastonbury. Packed with anti-Coalition anthems, her set was a resounding success. Since then she has become widely recognised as the powerful new voice of a generation of fresh political activism.
“Grace Petrie typifies the cuts generation…a powerful new song-writing” voice.” – The Guardian
The band behind the massive anti-cuts smash hit “Liar Liar’ Captain SKA’s 8 piece band mixes activism with a heavy dose of SKA, Reggae and hiphop, featuring Rubi Dan
“An infectious Synth-Reggae attack on the coalition government’ The Guardian
Afrobeat-dub protest mashup
Soothsayers have a unique and universally appealing sound, born out of the traditions of Afro-beat, Reggae and Jazz and created with a desire to uplift, inspire, challenge and touch. Their set includes songs challenging the status quo. Over the past decade or more, Soothsayers have led the way with both live and recorded music, creating ‘Afro-dub’ – a style which has influenced a growing number of bands and artists from London to New York and beyond.
“Truly Intoxicating, will leave you grinning from ear to ear.” UNCUT
DJ - JAMIE RENTON - Chili Fried
Spinning the best protest mix in town.
Jamie Renton is a London-based globalbeat DJ, promoter and journalist. As a DJ he has played at the Glastonbury Festival, Dingwalls, The Roundhouse, Cargo, Big Chill Bar, Guanabara, 93 Feet East, Notting Hill Arts Club, The Albany and the Musicport Festival, alongside the likes of Felix Buxton (Basement Jaxx), Bobby Friction, Jerry Dammers, Gaz Mayall, Charlie Gillett, Verity Sharp and Ross Allen, as well as regularly hosting stages at Celebrating Sanctuary and the Thames Festival.
Compered by Socialist Comedian Joe Wells
Comedy Central Funniest Student 2010 – Winner
“A star of the future… some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian in his early 20s” The Guardian
Entry £7 , £5. Concessions
‘TUTUS’ KINGS COLLEGE LONDON
MACADAM BUILDING, Surrey Street. WC2R 2NS
Nearest tube – Temple / Covent Garden / Embankment
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KCLSU has wheelchair access.
All profits raised to anti-cuts website FALSE ECONOMY