Tickets are selling fast for our No Glory poetry event in central London this Thursday 15 May:
Full details are here.
There should be tickets available on the door but, to be certain, we recommend you book in advance. Even if you’ve already booked, do get there early for a good seat. Doors 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start.
Thursday is also International Conscientious Objectors’ Day and there are commemoration events around the country, including many organised by the Quakers. You can find details at the No Glory events page.
We regularly update the No Glory website. Recent posts well worth checking out are:
- White feather or bowler hat? Charlie Chaplin and the first world war
- Reclaiming the First World War poets from Michael Gove
- Poppies and skylarks among the horrors of World War One. By renowned nature writer & broadcaster Richard Mabey
- Poem of the Week: Siegfried Sassoon’s Suicide in the Trenches, sung by Pete Doherty
- Why the UK government wants us to ignore the real history of World War One
Looking ahead, Monday 4th August is the key date in the First World War centenary, as it is the day war broke out in 1914. There will be No Glory events around the country, and in London we’re planning a major demonstration in Parliament Square from 6pm. More details of all these events will be posted on our website as soon as we have them.
How you can help:
- Buy and circulate copies of our best-selling pamphlet by historian Neil Faulkner: No Glory – The Real History of the First World War
- Encourage friends to sign the No Glory Open Letter, which now has over 13,000 signatories
- Let us know about any events you are planning and we will publicise them on the No Glory website. Contact email@example.com
- Share articles on our website that you like
- Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
- Make a donation to help fund No Glory’s work countering the government’s campaign to glorify World War One
- Volunteer any time you have to help the No Glory campaign. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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