For the third year running Philosophy Football is organising a party for the TUC as part of the World Day for Decent Work. This year the evening is headlined by the sublime comedy of Isy Suttie , best-known as Dobby in Channel 4's Peep Show. Plus Llewella Gideon performing her brilliant one-woman show, Little Big Woman. And closing the night a musical fusion of Flamenco, Latin and North African beats from Fernando's KItchen to get you up and dancing. Plus a DJ set by Melstars:Music filling the dancefloor into the early hours.
As always our ambition is to provide a night to mix entertainment and ideas. With contributions from Owen Jones, author of Chavs: The Demonisation of the Working Class; Sarah Veale, Head of Equality and Employment Rights at the TUC; Danny Dorling, author of So You Think You Know About Britain ; and Rebecca Asher, author of Shattered: Modern Motherhood and the Illusion of Equality. A panel guaranteed to get you thinking!
FRIDAY 7 October. At the New Red Lion, 271 City Road in Islington, one of London's premier theatre pubs.
Booking opened last week and the first couple of rows are sold already so don't delay! Book your tickets at > http://www.
Or call 01273 472 721