ASDA will never be the same again!

ASDA will never be the same again!

FINALLY!! The good word of Rev. Billy and his amazing anti-consumerism gospel choir, is making its way to British soil:

“Reverend Billy and the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir is touring the UK May 19 to June 1st. We will perform in Norwich, Stamford, Cambridge, Colchester, Ipswich, Exeter, Bristol, Liverpol, B’ham, London and Brighton.

We will – in each of these cities – offer our “Fabulous Worship” in a local performance venue. In most cities we will meet local activists and exorcise chain store cash registers, parade with them and speak truth to power with a foolish flourish!

It’s a very interesting time in the life of those of us resisting the DEMON MONOCULTURE! — often in Britain centered squarely on hope to disinvite Tesco’s…”

Sketch of “Shopocalypse” Tour

Thu 21 Norwich Arts Centre 01603 660352
Fri 22 Grantham Guildhall Arts Centre Grantham 01476 406158
Sun 24 Colchester Arts Centre (afternoon) 01206 500900
Sun 24 Cambridge Junction (evening) 01223 578000
Tue 26 Exeter Phoenix 01392 667080
Wed 27 Bristol Arnolfini 0117 917 2300
Thu 28 Liverpool Blue Coat 0151 702 5324
Fri 29 Birmingham Fierce Festival 0121 244 8080
Sat 30 London Battersea Arts Centre 0207
Sun 31 To Be Confirmed
Mon 1 Brighton The Basement 01273 699733

As well as performances and activism by the good Reverend and his flock, screenings of the amazing Morgan Spurlock produced ‘What Would Jesus Buy‘ are to be screened at these following locations:

Norwich Cinema City (18 May)
Colchester Arts Centre (23 May)
Oxford Picturehouse, (27 May)
Exeter Picturehouse (28 May)
Bristol Arnolfini (7th and 14th )
Liverpool FACT (11 June)

With more preaching dates, and film screenings to be announced, this looks to be an excellent week for all of us Brits, and of course expect the SittingNow reporting machine to be on the scene collecting footage and interviews! If you want an idea of what Rev. Billy and his cohorts are like, check this video from his great site

Ken Eakins

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Ken Eakins is a filmmaker and weird stuff enthusiast from the South of England.

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