An art exhibition commemorating the Battle of Lewisham
On 13th August 1977, the National Front attempted to march from New Cross to Lewisham to demonstrate their racist agenda. However the local community had other ideas. The events that then unfolded would later become known as the Battle of Lewisham.
As this year marks 40 years since the Battle of Lewisham, in commemoration an art exhibition will be held between August 11-13th.
The exhibition will include art works as well as a screening of The Battle of Lewisham Film by artist and filmmaker Nacheal Catnott.
Please join us in celebrating this day, which became a symbol of solidarity in the face of racism.
* £3 Suggested donation will go towards The Battle of Lewisham Publication
Drinks by donation will also available
The event will continue across the weekend
Fri 11th- Private View - 6pm-9pm
Sat 12th- 10-5pm
More details about The Battle of Lewisham Film at thebattleoflewishamfilm.com
Dates & times
|11 Aug 2017||
6:00pm - 9:00pm
|12 Aug 2017||10:00am - 5:00pm|
|13 Aug 2017||11:00am - 5:00pm|
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