JOIN US TO WATCH BRICK LANE

An invitation from Nick Gavron, Deputy Mayor of London

We all know how important the upcoming elections are. We simply can't afford to lose - London needs a Labour Mayor and Labour representation in the Assembly, otherwise all the progressive things we have achieved over the past eight years are at risk. Imagine waking up to Boris Johnson as Mayor, with the BNP in the Assembly! So we need to do everything we can to ensure this does not happen.

I am fighting a difficult but vital battle in Barnet and Camden against the current GLA member, Brian Coleman. To say he is an arch-Tory is an understatement- he has opposed every positive initiative Ken and I have introduced; free travel for young people and the congestion charge to name but two.



So with the aim of raising money to fight the Tories in Barnet and Camden, I would like to invite you to a special fundraising screening of the movie "Brick Lane". The screening will be preceded by a drinks reception, and the broadcaster Simon Fanshaw will lead a post-film discussion with the Director, Sarah Gavron and the writer of "Brick Lane", Monica Ali.

The screening takes place on Sunday 20th April at 5.15pm at the Prince Charles Cinema, just off Leicester Square.

Tickets cost £15 with proceeds going to Labour's Barnet & Camden London election campaign, and will include a drinks reception

How to purchase tickets

There are two simple options, available from 1-9pm daily:

In Person: Purchase in person from the cinema Box Office - 7 Leicester Place, WC2

Over the Phone: Contact the Box Office on 0870 811 2559 for credit/debit card bookings (25p/ticket)

I very much hope that you will be able to join us at what will be a great night- and for a very good cause! If you are able to help out at all in Barnet and Camden during the next few weeks your help would be much appreciated. Please get in touch with Alison Moore at alisonfmoore@hotmail.co.uk if you can spare a few hours.

Let's keep London Labour!!

Best wishes,

Nicky Gavron
Deputy Mayor of London and Labour Assembly candidate for Barnet and Camden

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will there be a film about how mass immigration destroyed Brick Lane's native white community?

David Shoare said...

@anonymous- Do you people ever get tired of posting your pathetic racist comments?