A week before the UK General Election, we urge you to gather at the 100 Club with all those who seek to KICK OUT THE TORIES ... a pre-election pep rally. Come and shake your pom-poms with:
Politics and Protest
She chose a day to cast away
The gag she wore on words she'd say
The date was booked, twice underlined
The day she set to speak her mind
At Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Rd, Dalston, E8 4AA
Janine hosts a 90-minute extravaganza of ranting lefty poetry as part of this anti-UKIP bash, before Captain SKA takes to the stage, launching their election special anti-UKIp .
Sign up for open mic on the night from 7.30pm, poetry from 8 til 9.30pm.
Janine will be the feature poet at May's Technically Speaking, with a general election night theme of Mostly Hating Tories! It takes plance in the lovely, comfortable lounge at the Leyton Technical, 265B Leyton High Road.
Tickets: £2 in advance, £3 on the door: advance tickets are available behind the bar.
Janine speaks at a fringe meeting at the National Education Union (NEU) conference. All welcome, whether you are attending the conference or not.
Venue: The Victory, 6 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AH
A public meeting/discussion, organised by Lewisham Workers' Liberty
Janine is one of fifty poets who has contributed to this anthology of verse about the Grenfell Tower fire.
Join us at this launch event. Venue: Seven Dials Club, 42 Earlham St, WC2H 9LA.
Poets reading their work: Pat Winslow, Tom McColl, George Szirtes, Neil Reeder, Andrew Dixon, S.O. Fasrus, Peter A. Kelly, Gillian Laker, Caroline Maldonado, Janine Booth, Kevin Higgins, Nick Moss, Myra Schneider, Lindy Newns
Venue: Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archive, 277 Bancroft Rd, London E1 4DQ.
Free entry. All welcome.
With speakers, refreshments, and copies of the pamphlet available for just £2.50 per copy.
Pizza and Politics - Enjoy pizza, drink anda lively debate
Janine Booth introduces a discussion on Autism Equality in the Workplace: removing barriers and challenging discrimination
Janine is a writer, poet, trade unionist, socialist and feminist. She is autistic and is the author of the TUC Disabled Workers' Conference policy on autism in the workplace.