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Star date 8th December 2013

REBEL MUSIC AT MARX'S DRINKING HAUNT

Rebel Music
Saturday 14th December
The Crescent 7pm free/donation

Having stormed The Crescent pub with the Salford Against The Cuts fundraiser last week, Class Actions and co are at it again with Rebel Music At Karl Max's Drinking Haunt – a night of hot rappers, poets and singer songwriters.

Full details here…


Class Actions with Markus De Rawkus Explicit Intoxikie
Aidan Cross
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Next Saturday 14th December sees Class Actions and friends back at The Crescent pub performing an array of hard core political pointers. Joining punk-rappers Class Actions on stage will be rappers Screwmaster G, Explicit, 2Tone and THC, with poets Kieren King, Dawn Sheldrick-Keating and Matt Intoxikie Finch and acoustic sets from Stephen Sarsen and Aidan Cross. Markus De Rawkus will also be doing a bit on the decks.

"Following on from the successful Salford Against the Cuts gig, I am proud to promote another night of political music in Salford" says Class Actions frontman Aslan AK "Rebel Music is literally what it says on the tin, a night of rebel rousing music with a strong anti-government message. I hope to do Karl Marx proud for a second week. Having a gig like Rebel music at Salford Crescent honours his memory and sticks too fingers up at the pro-cuts lobby. Salford City Council, stop implementing cuts!"

The night is a fundraiser for the Fight Racism Fight Imperialism magazine and is free entry, although a donation would be good.

Rebel Music
Saturday 14th December
The Crescent pub
7pm free/donation

For further details see the Facebook event page – click here

tony flynn wrote
at 11:37:40 on 09 December 2013
Good luck with this worthwhile gig. However, keep it in context, Karl Marx never had a pint in this pub, it wasn't licenced as a boozer when he was in Manchester in 1845, apart from that have a great night out.
 
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