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Tag Archives: Radical Performance Reading Group
DRPRG.8 – Postcapitalism: A Guide to our Future by Paul Mason Date: Wednesday 21 October Time: 7.30pm Venue: Studio 180, 180 Lambeth Road, London (if you can’t make it in person you are very welcome to join us by Skype more »
The Daedalus Radical Performance Reading Group is back. We’re meeting tomorrow to discuss Naomi Klein’s remarkable and timely hatchet job on the notion that capitalism can save us from climate change. (That’s a personal opinion, obviously. Cos if we all more »
The latest reading group meeting took place last week. Get in touch for the details of the next one. In the meantime, as a follow-up to that, here’s the speech in which Subcommandante Insurgente Marcos announced the end of his existence, more »
Join our mailing list to be kept up-to-date (there’s a signup form on the right). But here’s a summary: Oct 5th – We’ll be taking part in the Fun Palace weekend at Ovalhouse, working with The Black Smock Band, more »
The Daedalus Radical Performance Reading Group is currently reading Michael Foucault’s Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. There’s a downloadable online version of it here. The reading group meets about every one-and-a-half months, normally at Studio 180 in Lambeth. If more »