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Venue: Pages of Hackney

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70 Lower Clapton Road
London, E5 0RN United Kingdom
020 8525 1452 https://www.pagesofhackney.co.uk/

Accessibility Information

Events at Pages are held in our basement. Sadly, due to the building's structural limitations, this space is not wheelchair accessible.  The basement is accessed via 12 stairs with a handrail on the left-hand side. Seating at our events is unreserved, but please contact us if having a reserved seat would be helpful to you.

Those speaking will typically use microphones and our small PA system should ensure that they can be heard clearly by all attendees.

There is a gender-neutral toilet on the ground floor (upstairs from the basement).

If we can do anything to facilitate your visit to Pages, please contact us and we will do our very best to help both in advance and during the event.

September 2019

Event: Imperial Intimacies: Hazel V. Carby with Christienna Fryar

September 17 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages of Hackney, 70 Lower Clapton Road
London, E5 0RN United Kingdom
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£5
Imperial Intimacies - Hazel V. Carby

Join us as we welcome Hazel V. Carby to read from and discuss her new book, IMPERIAL INTIMACIES: A TALE OF TWO ISLANDS, with Christienna Fryar. 

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October 2019

Event: Do Something: Kajal Odedra with Minnie Rahman

October 10 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages of Hackney, 70 Lower Clapton Road
London, E5 0RN United Kingdom
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£5
Do Something - Kajal Odedra

Join as for a discussion of people power and grass-roots activism with change.org's UK Director, Kajal Odedra. Kajal will be reading from her new book, DO SOMETHING, before being joined in conversation by Minnie Rahman.

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Event: After the Formalities: Anthony Anaxagorou with Jack Underwood

October 17 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Pages of Hackney, 70 Lower Clapton Road
London, E5 0RN United Kingdom
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£5
After the Formalities - Anthony Anaxagorou

Join us as we mark the publication of AFTER THE FORMALITIES, a new poetry collection by Anthony Anaxagorou. Anthony will be reading from the collection before discussing his work with Jack Underwood. A knife is pulled. An Uber driver is racially abused on the day of the Brexit referendum. A father bathes his son in ice water. A schoolboy drives a drawing pin into a map of the world. The threat of violence is never far away in Anthony Anaxagorou's breakthrough…

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