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Friday, January 29, 2021 at 06:30 PM · 8 rsvps
Online -Zoom

Workers in the Creative Arts and Covid-19

Online talk by Paul Valentine - followed by Q & A and open discussion. 

Our invited speaker is Paul Valentine, professional actor, Lambeth Green Party member, and recently elected as Equity Councillor following two years as Equity’s Young Members’ Councillor.

Equity (founded in 1930) is the trade union representing actors, singers, models, performers, directors, choreographers, designers, stage managers and other creative workers in the UK.

Paul has been an active member of the national Green Party Trade Union Group for many years and is a non-portfolio committee member. He held the post of Green Party Trade Union Liaison Officer until the recent national elections.

Paul was Chair of PCS Southbank Centre during the recent wave of arts redundancies, and lead protests in the Summer/Autumn of last year. 

This is a free online event - just RSVP for the Zoom link.

For more info about Paul:

Email: cllrpvalentine@equitycouncillors.org.uk

Twitter: @PaulValentine

Friday, January 29, 2021 at 08:00 PM · 1 rsvp
Online - Zoom

OGP Green Social

 

 

Join us online to meet friendly, like-minded people from around Oxfordshire. Talk about how your month has been, share ideas, books, highlights and low-points.

Bring a drink and an open mind!  

Everyone welcome. 

Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 07:00 PM

OGP Quiz #4

The greatest, greenest, geographically-irrelevant online quiz in Oxfordshire!

About this Event

We all miss going to a venue, and hanging out with friends, answering fiendishly hard questions set by our Quizmaster-supreme, Karl Kwiatowski.

So why dont you come to our online Zoom Quiz?!

Entry is by donation, so select the number of tickets, put in what you are willing to pay (suggestion is £2 per person), and wait for the Zoom Link! We will contact you prior to the event for your name and team name, so why don't you gang up with your colleagues and make an evening (in) of it! Max teams are of six, but if you feel lucky go it alone!

Quiz format is by tried and tested GoogleSheets, so please do log in via laptop, as other devices (phone, iPad , etc) tend not to allow you to flip backwards and forwards easily.

Also, dont forget that during the quiz we will be auctioning off a mystery book, and a BYOB option is always open!

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