Series of events will commemorate the spirit and politics of the left movement that has terrified the Establishment
A new tour by the excellent Not the Andrew Marr Show to commemorate the resurgent left-wing spirit, vision and politics that have so terrified the Establishment – and are so absent from what’s left of the Labour party, will kick off in Islington, north London, in less than two weeks – timed to coincide with the fortieth anniversary of Jeremy Corbyn’s election as MP for Islington North.
The show will take place on 10 June at Highbury Fields, N5 1RU (nearest tube station Highbury and Islington, just two minutes away) from 2-6pm and will feature music, comedy, a licensed bar and an array of top speakers who will be announced in the next day or two.
The event and its solar-powered stage truck will then tour the country on a series of dates to be confirmed soon. Tickets, which Skwawkbox understands are going fast, can be booked here.
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