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'Reverend Billy & The Church of Earthalujah' at Tate Modern

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Time 16:30
Date 18/07/11
Price Free

Come, congregate in the Turbine Hall for an exorcism of the evil spirit of BP, brought to you by Liberate Tate, UK Tar Sands Network, London Rising Tide, Art Not Oil and Climate Rush.

Brothers and sisters, a dark beast lurks within the bosom of one of our most cherished arts institutions. While good-hearted, god-fearing, gallery goers glory in the miracle of art, the beast below is encircling the planet with its oily tentacles, destroying righteous communities, poisoning God’s beauteous creations, and bringing us all ever closer to the climate apocalypse.
And the name of that beast is BP. For 20 long years, BP has embedded its foulness deep within the Tate, using the fair face of the arts to mask the stench of its true nature.
On Monday 18 July, join Reverend Billy and & The Church of Earthalujah, as we lay hands on the Tate Modern, and cast out the evil demon of BP’s oil sponsorship.
For enquiries, contact info@no-tar-sands.org

The Reverend Billy & The Church of Earthalujah will also be performing in London on the Sunday evening at Conway Hall. Info here.

Reverend Billy and The Church of Earthalujah
THE CHURCH OF EARTHALUJAH featuring Reverend Billy and the 35-voice Stop Shopping Gospel Choir is part theater piece, part church service, part performance art and wholly inspirational. Family friendly but big bank deadly, The Church of Earthalujah condemns the corporate exploiters and polluters of the world to the Lake of Hellfire – especially the ones that spew CO-2 through mountaintop removal, hydro-fracking, super malls and shipping sweatshop products long distances with with fossil fuel-burning engines. We believe that the fires and droughts and quakes and typhoons are not natural disasters, but shout-outs from this big living thing we’re a part of. The message is loud and clear when we learn to put our ears to the dirt: www.revbilly.com

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