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What We Want

I thought the pay
Was quite OK
When I first came through the door
Then I paid my rent
And it was spent
And now I want some more

The company's board
Say they can't afford
They've got no more to give
But like Olly Twist
More than subsist
I want enough to live

Poets on the Picket Line

15/10/2016 - 14:00

Janine and other poets will be entertaining pickets and drumming up public support with some cinema solidarity rhymes.

​Hackney Picturehouse workers are following workmates at Brixton's Ritzy in taking action for the London Living Wage and other improvements to working conditions.

The Strike Train

... with a nod to W.H.Auden's The Night Train ...

 
This is the rhythm of wheel along steel
It's the soothing and comfort that passengers feel
From the safety of knowing the doors only close
When the guard says it's ready, that's when the train goes

Fundraiser for the Calais refugee camp, Dalston

17/03/2016 - 19:30

Venue: Passing Clouds in Dalston, on Thursday 17th March.

The event is called Come Together. Entrance fee £10 on the door. Money raised will be donated through CalAid, the money will be made from the 

Downstairs will be live music 7:30-12; upstairs will be open mic for spoken word poetry from 7:30-9:30, kicked off with a 20-minute set form Janine.

Tell Me Jeremy

Tell me Jeremy, with lives at stake
Aren't doctors safer when they're awake?
Would you have surgery from a doc
Who's been on duty round the clock?

Tell me Jeremy, tell me why
You seem to think that you can buy
Our doctors' lives, and their assent
For pieces of silver, a few per cent?

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