Join us at Decolonise Your Cinema screening and help us raise money to fund Decolonise Fest, an upcoming festival celebrating punx of colour.
You’ll get a chance to watch some great films about punx of colour, indulge in our collective’s baking skills while learning more about Decolonise Fest, why we’re organising and how you can get involved.
£5/£4 unwaged // No one turned away for lack of funds
Afropunk: James Spooner’s now classic documentary focusing on what it was like to be black in a overwhelmingly white punk scene.
Beyond the Screams: A 1999 documentary about the Latino / Chicano punk scene.
For more info about Decolonise Fest visit our Tumblr: http://decolonisefest.tumblr.com/
DIY Space for London is a volunteer run social centre and runs on a membership system. You can buy membership for £2 at http://diyspaceforlondon.com/join. You can also come as a guest of another member. DIY Space are offering free membership to locals from the Tustin estate.
DIY Space is a fully accessible space. The venue is on a single floor level, with access ramps, widened doors, an accessible toilet and plenty of space for maneuvering and getting away from crowds. There is plenty of seating available and the toilets are gender neutral and accessible.
We support the practice of free tickets for support workers, personal assistants or carers and encourage external event promoters to do the same. We have a best practice guide for this that is given to each promoter and if it isn’t stated on the flyer it is best to get in contact with us to confirm if this is possible.
Club members and the guests they bring along agree to a way of being, doing and interacting in the space. For more information about this read DIY Space’s accountability agreements: https://diyspaceforlondon.org/accountability