Art Uncut and UK Uncut present: Unlucky for Some, an event in support of the Fortnum 145

Big Society Entertainments presents:

“Unlucky For Some”

An evening of music, comedy and short talks in support of the Fortnum 145, presented by Art Uncut and UK Uncut

Friday 13th May, 7pm, Bull and Gate, Kentish Town,
London NW5

Following on from the sell-out show on March 18th, Art Uncut and UK Uncut have got together to present another fabulous not-for-profit night of stand-up comedy, music and speakers united in opposition to the economic and social folly of the Conservative-led government’s austerity measures.

Speakers: Laurie Penny (New Statesman), Robin Hood Tax Campaign, UK Uncut
Comedy: Andy Zaltzman, Javier Costales
Music: Fold, The Magic Lantern, Chris T-T, The Temp and the Tycoon
Video messages: Mark Thomas, Polly Toynbee, Nicholas Shaxson, Richard Murphy


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About Art Uncut: To complement the UK Uncut actions, Art Uncut is planning
a series of creative events aimed at opening up the anti-cuts movement to a wider
audience. It hopes to build a broad, sustained coalition of opposition to the cuts, with
the potential for real political influence. For more information:

About the Fortnum 145: The ‘Fortnum 145’ are the protestors who, on the weekend of March 26th 2011, were arrested after an occupation of the department store Fortnum & Mason in London. The occupation raised awareness of a £40million tax dodge by F&M’s parent company, Wittington Investments. A police spokesperson inside the building was filmed saying the demonstration was “sensible” and “non-violent” and shopper Joan Higgins from Liverpool described the protester’s theatrical show as “the perfect accompaniment to my tea and scones”. The ‘Fortnum 145’ campaign is being run by the friends and family of those protesters. For more information: