Pettybone is the voice of the voiceless.
Pettybone is the voice of the oppressed.
The sound of the revolt for all those that they were told they're useless
for all those who lost their youth in the process
for all the kids that believe in their dreams but the fucked up system cut their wings
for all those living in the poverty on the edge with sanity
for all the vagabondes and homeless
for all the women who fight for freedom and respect
for al the immigrants trying to make their way through the london streets
for all the sisters and brothers in need
for all the truth seekers...
the Truth is that the change is possible
because Another world is possible...

Thursday, 6 January 2011

January 2011

Year 2011 is Year of Pettybone, social unrest and people's victory!

There is a new squat in my neighbourhood which is getting opened this Friday 7th of January. There will be some hot drinks and movies. It's gonna be great. The address is :111 Lower Clapton Road E5 ONP.

We're playing a show on 21st of January in South London, Falling Down, Bullet Ridden and Post Sala Resurgo. More info on the flyer.

Saturday 29th of January belongs to No Fees, No cuts demo in London. You can find more info here:!/event.php?eid=135922646464939

The feminist library planning a huge party in Hackney. They need volunteers to make it happen, I'm just copying the email here. If you can help in any way please get in touch with them.

Hi all,
The Feminist Library is 35 years old. We are planning a big birthday
celebration fundraiser on the 19th of February at the Round Chapel in
Clapton. We really need people to get involved, either in the planning and
run up or on the night as crew.
Do please let us know if you can help in anyway, no experience required
and any contribution would be greatly appreciated.

Call-out for volunteers

We are busy organising a big party on 19 February 2011 at the Round Chapel
in Hackney to celebrate the Library’s 35th Anniversary. Lots of volunteer
positions have become available for feminists with the right skills and a
commitment to helping the library.

Here is a list of available positions:

* artist liaison – to take care of the acts
* stage crew – to help the stage manager
* stalls manager – to organise the booking & setting up of stalls, and
assist stall holders
* stalls crew – to cover the Library’s stall and help the stalls’
* drinks manager – to take care of the bar: stocking up and making
sure we don’t run out of drinks
* bar staff – to cover the bar
* raffle manager – to organise the raffle and source prizes
* stewards – to help with setting up the venue and during the event *
ticket manager/door staff – to organise ticket sales, wristbands and
cover the door at the event

If any of these roles sound like something you could be interested in,
email us on or come in to the Library to
discuss the event and the available positions in more detail. Feel free to
pass this on to your friends and help us spread the word.

much luv PB

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