Last ever film night at The Grosvenor: Fighting Gentrification, plus Disabled People Against Cuts

<img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-2460" alt="gentrification1 forweb" src="" width="350" height="261" srcset=" Wholesale NFL Jerseys 350w,×223.jpg 300w” sizes=”(max-width: 350px) 100vw, 350px” />The Grosvenor as Ray Ban Sunglasses we know and love it will finally close its doors on Aug 2, ruined by property developers – so this is the last ever Reel News film Fake Ray Bans night here….


We’re coming across a lot of people locally who feel that there’s nothing that you can do about gentrification, so we thought the best thing we could do would be to show campaigns from around Fake Oakleys the world where people are doing something about it – and winning.

Come to the screening and see what they’ve been doing in the USA Cheap Jerseys From China (including the defeat of property developers in East Harlem), Vancouver in Canada, how they’ve custom jerseys fought evictions in Madrid and Barcelona – and what happened in Испания the astonishing uprising in Burgos in Spain this year, where the building of a new luxury shopping mall was stopped completely.

We will also have activists talking about how they are organising locally, including BILL PERRY from Lambeth Housing Activists.


We’re very pleased to have PAULA PETERS 80 from DPAC speaking, as we show films of recent actions they’ve been involved in – the occupation of Westminster Abbey, and the vigil over the work capability assessment judicial review.

And then we’ll have music and drinks until very late…as always, FREE!

The next South London film night will be October while we spend the next couple of months trying to find another venue with the same sort of ambience…not easy. Any ideas, let us know…