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PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 2:48 pm 
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Save the forest - £4400 raised in one week!!

We have been totally overwhelmed, and touched by the support, and offers of help we have received over the last week.

We are having an Open meeting this Sunday 14th November at 6pm @Forest. At this we will talk about what is going on, our plans and ideas, and how people can get more involved in helping Forest. Please come and help spread the word.
Forest is what you make it and without your support we would not be able to host and offer you all of these great events, workshops and art!

So come and enjoy another week at the Forest and come help us Save it!


Monday 8th November
5-6.30pm FILMON Crazy Artsy SCIFI
Presents ‘Mars Attacks’
7-8.30pm Film afternoon continues
With ‘Venezuela’
9pm FILMON Crazy Artsy SCIFI
Presents ‘Metropolis’

Tuesday 9th November
6.30-8.30pm Inky Fingers Workers Group
Creative writing, sharing, reading and feedback
In the Front Room

Wednesday 10th November
2pm Scottish Opera presents
A little bit of Figaro
Music, graphics and a storyteller
7-8pm The Gramophone Hour
78s from 7 to 8

Thursday 11th November
9pm-close Robert Blake
Songs of lost loves, bicycles, old hotels, politics and long hot drives

Friday 12th October
9-close Seabass Kid and Pray for Ryan
Indie pop sound flavoured with lashings of reggae, blues, folk and funk

All-girl experimental punk from Newcastle No Fit State and local anarcha feminist punk band Witches Revenge

Saturday 13th November
9pm-close Kay Singh
Singer – songwriter and support

Sunday 14th November


All workshops are FREE and open to everybody.
Share skills,
create a workshop.

Tue, 4-6pm: Loesje (Action Room)
Tue, 7-9.30pm: Forest Choir (Hall) Wed, 6-7pm: Balkan Belly Dance (Hall)
Wed, 6-8pm: Creative Writing (Action Room)
Sat, 12-4pm: Life drawing group (Hall) Sun, 3-6pm: Letter Writing Club (Front Room)

Old Hat books

Free Radical Book & Hat Library
Mondays - Wednesdays – Saturdays: 4pm – 8pm


Extended until November 24th
Nearly Dry
William Alexander

'it's not a lie if you believe it' - George Costanza

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