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Fri 25th May at 7:30pm
Stop The War Cultural Event: Don’t Iraq Iran – A Benefit Evening Of Words & Music
@ St James's Church, London
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Stop The War Cultural Event: Don’t Iraq Iran – A Benefit Evening Of Words & Music: Julie Felix, Mark Rylance, Brian Eno, Tony Benn
A benefit evening of words and music.
Performers will include actor Mark Rylance, who has been receiving rave reviews for his recent performances in the West End and on Broadway, and Brian Eno, musician, artist and producer for U2 and Coldplay.
Also performing is Tony Benn and Roy Bailey with their show The Writing on the Wall, actors Kika Markham and Roger-Lloyd Pack, award-winning novelist AL Kennedy, artists Peter Kennard and Cat Phillips, and musical performances by Alberto Portugheis and Julie Felix.
Visit www.stopwar.org.uk for further information.
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An international folk artist of great distinction, whom many will remember for her TV appearances with David Frost in the mid-'60s. She was a part of the great folk movement with Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and Tom Paxton and remained in the public eye throughout the '70s; and her rich, distinctive voice and powerful songwriting have ensured her continuing success through to the present day.
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A former Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe, Mark has had success as an actor on both stage and screen, winning Olivier and Tony Awards among others, and a BAFTA TV Award. His film roles include Ferdinand in Prospero's Books (based on Shakespeare's The Tempest), Jay in Intimacy (after a novel by Hanif Kureishi) and Jakob von Gunten in Institute Benjamenta (after a novel by Robert Walser).
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English musician, composer, record producer, music theorist, singer and visual artist, best known as one of the principal innovators of ambient music.
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First elected in 1950, a member of every Labour Cabinet from 1964 to 1979, former Party Chairman and now a Visiting Professor of Politics at the London School of Economics - Tony Benn, broadcaster and author, has decided to leave parliament to devote more time to politics! His latest volume of diaries was published in 2002, and 2004 saw the publication of his memoir, Dare To Be A Daniel.
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Venue: St James's Church
W1J 9LL 51.508869, -0.136642
→ Charing Cross 12 min walk
→ Picadilly Circus 2 min walk