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The Militarisation of Society with Ian Chamberlain


Ian Chamberlain is press officer for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and a national officer of Stop the War Coalition. In 2011 he was a human rights observer with the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI), based in Hebron, Palestine; and he was recently a witness on Radio 4's Moral Maze, defending the role of protest is democratic societies. His interest in the militarisation of society began when he worked for a Polish migrants association in Morecambe in Lancashire where he saw how army recruitment targets deprived working-class communities.

Spaceheads with Rucksack Cinema

Spaceheads are a duo that duo graft the sound of technology – a hotwired horn producing harmonised loops and breathy samples – onto the ancient sound machines of trumpet and drums.

Gilad Atzmon and Alan Barnes LCD

Britain’s most celebrated virtuoso reed players, join forces to promise the ultimate jazz 
night in British history.

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Hermon Chapel Arts Centre

Another World

Originally a listed welsh speaking chapel, Hermon has now been re-born as a vibrant arts centre offering a range of interesting events all designed to help bring people together. They include live music, visual arts, literature events, talks, theatre, workshops and more. The venue is available for hire for local groups and has a bar area for refreshments.

Inspire

Hermon is a grade 2* listed building built in 1862 in the heart of the community of Oswestry. Nearly demolished a few years ago, it has inspired generations in the past and can now inspire us to create a better future for generations to come. A place of expression in the heart of society and a voice for the people.

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Hermon Chapel Arts Centre, Chapel Street, Oswestry, SY11 1LF

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