23rd April, Ritzy Cinema, Brixton, London – book launch and film screening

Marking 30 years since the 1984-5 miners' strike, DS30 is a political collage of sound and image. The film was originally commissioned as part of the 'Extraction' themed AV Festival in March 2014 and was set within the monumental structural lines of Dunston Staiths built on the River Tyne in 1893 to ship coal from…

£11.60

Too Much Too Young: The Two Tone Story: Music, Culture and Anti-Racism

Cube Cinema Dove St S, Avon, Bristol BS2 8JD, Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Film, talks and discussion at the Cube Microplex, Bristol. Author of Too Much, Too Young: The 2 Tone Story discusses his book and the wider questions of music, culture and anti-racism in conversation with Bristol Poet and educator at Cargo; Lawrence Hoo and Publisher, Sociologist and Musician, Pete Webb of PC-Press and UWE. Before the…

£5.00

KISMIF Conference 2024: Living on the Edge

Municipal Theater Rivoli R. do Bonjardim 143, Porto, Portugal

PC-Press Presents: A series of discussions about its recent publications 'Looking For A Kiss' the post-punk beat novel and the Vague Fanzines 1979 - 1984 books, plus a new collaboration with and discussion of the book 'Naked Punk' from the Rizofera and Obsolete Capitalism Collective and Matthew Worley discussing his new fanzines book 'Zerox Machine'…