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Campaign update: Trump Baby goes global

Message from the makers of Trump Baby:
Crowdfunding Page:

New stretch target
We originally thought that if we raised more money than we needed, we could give out mini-Trump Baby balloons to well wishers on the 13th, but a lot of people got in touch to say that even biodegradable balloons pose a serious hazard to wildlife, so after surveying supporters we ditched that goal.

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Campaign: Get American Idiot to No.1 for Trump's UK Visit

On Friday 6 July, a campaign to make Green Day’s American Idiot number one in the UK charts ahead of Donald Trump’s visit launches. It already has the backing of thousands of supporters.

Organisers urged people to download and stream the hit song from to ensure it’s a radio favourite when Trump visits the UK for the first time since taking office. Read the article from inews here.

For more details, here’s the official Facebook Page:

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Woman SRSLY Open Call

Woman SRSLY is launching an open call for proposals from performance artists to participate in the next Woman SRSLY platform at The Yard Theatre on the 30th August 2018. We are seeking proposals from female-identified and socialised female  artists who have bold ideas for performance work including live art, theatre, music, dance, cabaret and film. The deadline for applications is 23rd July.

More info here:

To Apply:

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Job: Duckie need a lesbian to roll fags for stunning theatrical installation.

Job Offer. Need lesbian to roll fags for stunning theatrical installation. Roll roll-up fags for 3 hours on stage at leading arts establishment on Saturday 7 July in Vauxhall. £36 per hour. 9.30pm - 12.30am. Email with pics. Must be have digital dexterity and enjoy boredom. Swagger and mild self hatred encouraged.


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Sign up for PROCESSIONS and join a mass artwork celebrating 100 years of women voting.

PROCESSIONS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in a mass participation artwork to celebrate one hundred years of votes for women.

In 1918, the Representation of the People Act gave the first British women the right to vote and stand for public office. One hundred years on, PROCESSIONS are inviting women* and girls across the UK to come and mark this historic moment as part of a living portrait of women in the 21st century.
*those who identify as women or non-binary

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