Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the 1977 release of The Clash's debut album, Philosophy Football are hosting a night to remember all the anger for change The Clash helped ignite back in '77, together with a celebration of the culture of resistance which continues today.
Daniel Rachel will be speaking on a panel alongside Dave Randall, author of the forthcoming book 'Sound System: The Political Power of Music', Red Saunders and Roger Huddle, founders of Rock Against Racism, writer and artist Caroline Coon, manager of The Clash 1978-80, Pandit G of Asian Dub Foundation and music journalist Ngaire Ruth from Loud Women Club.
The show will be at the excellent Rich Mix Arts Centre in Shoreditch, East London, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA.
Doors open 6.00pm, show starts 7.00pm.
Book as a group of five and five tickets for the price of four, group of ten tickets for the price of seven.
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