Leeds Rhythms of Resistance - Samba Practice
When: every Thursday at 7pm – 9pm
Where: All Hallows Church, 27 Regent Terrace, Leeds LS6 1NP
What: Leeds rhythms of resistance is part of an international network of samba bands, using music, noise, and dance to protest. We play for all sorts of ecological, social, economic and political causes. We are for freedom and justice, against discrimination and oppression.
Some places we like to go… Anti-fracking demos, solidarity outside immigration detention centres, save the NHS and anti-cuts marches, protests against rising tuition fees, Occupy St. Paul’s/Finsbury Square, anti G4S demos, climate camp.
?Do you also want to make some noise? Come join us! No experience necessary. We organise horizontally and discuss what actions, protests and movements we can support.?
We meet every Thursday at 7pm – 9pm at All Hallows Church, 27 Regent Terrace, Leeds LS6 1NP – the site is wheelchair accessible and has is a great space for food and drink before or after practice!
If you are organising a protest or a benefit gig and would like us to come, please get in touch!
Hosted by: Leeds ROR