Pete Doherty to perform in protest
Pete Doherty has been lined up to play in Trafalgar Square later this month, just one of hundreds of live events, debates,
and seminars taking place across London for the European Social Forum 2004.
The estranged Libertine will play alongside his rumoured new love, Massive Attack
vocalist Dot Allison, on Sunday 17th October, following a street demo against George Bush and the ongoing occupation of
Asian Dub Foundation will support
the pair on the night, performing their new soundtrack to the classic anti-imperialist film 'The Battle Of Algiers'.
open-air gig will bring to a close four days of workshops, discussions and other awareness activities put on by anti-war
and anti-capitalist groups, including War On Want, Love Music Hate Racism, and Ethical Threads.
On the Saturday night
(16th October) an anti-fascism gig will be held in the London Astoria, featuring Billy Bragg, Lady Sovereign,
Skitz & Rodney P, as well as former Clash guitarist Mick Jones' new band Carbon/Silicon.
programme of protest activities will also feature the first showing of Ken Loach's directors' cut of his
film 'Bread And Roses', a rap, racism and resistance rally headed by So Solid Crew's Asher D, and
talks by Tony Benn, George Galloway and many others.
Click here for more information on European Social Forum 2004, which takes place in London
between 14th and 17th October.