1. I am I am I am

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    Refugee Boy Benjamin Zephinia, Refugee Yoth, South bank centre

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    • Anthony & Katrin - Social Salon Argentine Tango @ South Bank Centre, London, UK 2013

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      Anthony Lee & Katrin Vaga dancing some social "Salon" Argentine tango at the South bank centre (Queen Elizabeth Hall) Monday 9th December 2013. Social tango dancing using line of dance (Ronda), like a traditional Milonga (tango social) Anthony (white Trousers ) + Katrin (red dress) Part of the Raquel Greenberg Tango Academy London. http://www.raquel-tango.com/ South Bank event: http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/orion-orchestra-serenata-lat-79073

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      • Daved Hild: "Ballad of Florida" From Mirror Man, v.1 (1998)

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        Daved Hild performs "Ballad of Florida" from David Thomas' "Mirror Man, Act 1: Jack & The General" with the Pale Orchestra: Andy Diagram, Keith Moline, Chris Cutler, Peter Hammill, Jack Kidney, Bob Holman & David Thomas http://ubuprojex.net/synopsis.html Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International

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        • National Poetry Day/ Grand Union Bridge

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          Grand Union Bridge is a poem by Ian Duhig; this film is a Filmpoem production for the Poetry Society in partnership with the Canal & River Trust as part of the Canal Laureate 2013 project. Grand Union Bridge was screened in the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank on 3rd October 2013, National Poetry Day. It has also been screened in 2014 at the Cork Poetry Festival and StAnza, the Scottish Poetry Festival. www.poetrysociety.org.uk www.canalrivertrust.org.uk www.filmpoem.com

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          • National Poetry Day/ The Black Delph Bride

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            The Black Delph Bride is a poem by Liz Berry; this film is a Filmpoem production for the Poetry Society in partnership with the Canal & River Trust as part of the Canal Laureate 2013 project. The Black Delph Bride premiered in the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank on 3rd October 2013, National Poetry Day. www.poetrysociety.org.uk www.canalrivertrust.org.uk www.filmpoem.com

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            • National Poetry Day/ The Water Doesn't Move, the Past Does

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              The Water Doesn't Move, the Past Does is a poem by Ian McMillan; this film is a Filmpoem production for the Poetry Society in partnership with the Canal & River Trust as part of the Canal Laureate 2013 project. The Water Doesn't Move, the Past Does was screened in the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank on 3rd October 2013, National Poetry Day. It has also been screened in 2014 at the Cork Poetry Festival and StAnza, the Scottish Poetry Festival. www.poetrysociety.org.uk www.canalrivertrust.org.uk www.filmpoem.com

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              • National Poetry Day/ Lifted

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                Lifted is a poem by Jo Bell; this film is a Filmpoem production for the Poetry Society in partnership with the Canal & River Trust as part of the Canal Laureate 2013 project. Lifted was screened in the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall on London's South Bank on 3rd October 2013, National Poetry Day. It has also been screened in 2014 at the Cork Poetry Festival and StAnza, the Scottish Poetry Festival. www.poetrysociety.org.uk www.canalrivertrust.org.uk www.filmpoem.com

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                • ShellOutSounds perform "Riddle of the Niger Delta" at South Bank in protest at Shell sponsorship

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                  Musical campaign group, ShellOutSounds, are performing a series of actions at Shell-sponsored arts events to highlight the human rights, ecological and democratic abuses of the oil corporation. They ask why arts bodies like the South Bank Centre are associating themselves with such philistine trans-nationals, and their performances and leafletting aim to undermine the subliminal advertising that Shell relies on through its ever-present logo on concert programmes and promotional material. Highlighting that Shell cynically sponsor the arts as a cheaper and more effective alternative to expensive advertising, they compare the tiny donation given to the South Bank against the huge sums given to the Nigerian military to keep control over people who have lost their land to pollution and ecological devastation. The footage was recorded at a rehearsal on the 21st and at the performances on the 22nd April 2013. Leaflets were handed out to the audience (there to see Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra), and feedback from the onlookers was overwhelmingly positive, with several asking how they can help the campaign to stop the South Bank from entering into these sordid arrangements. The security head engaged in dialogue with the protestors and agreed to feedback the reactions of punters and to facilitate further contact and discussion with the South Bank management. WHAT YOU CAN DO: join the campaign at www.shelloutsounds.org sign this open letter to the CEO at the South Bank and tell your friends to sign too http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/an-open-letter-to-alan-bishop-chief-executive-of-the-southbank-centre-end-the-sponsorship-from-shell

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