Thursday 6th April 2017, Anarcho folk punk night with Paper Wings + Mercurius Rising + Ash Ludd (Uk). Volkseten Vegazulu at 7pm. bands from 8:30pm till 10pm.
Paper Wings, politically driven folk punk band from Liverpool, UK. 5 piece consisting of a mandolin, violin, banjo, guitar, cajon and vocals by everyone. Fast, loud & angry whilst managing to squeeze in sweet harmony and melody. They originally started as a group of friends who played in the street to earn some change at early hours of the morning to drunk passers by. Eventually a proper band was accidentally formed and they began gigging on the UK’s DIY punk + festival scenes. Their messages range from cooperation to freedom of gender expression to attacking financial advisors’ ideologies and corrupt politicians. Second time they play at Joe’s Garage.
Mercurius Rising are 3 piece anarco acoustic ska punk band, playing at punk gigs, folk night, squat parties, raves, street corners, camp fires and festivals.
Ash Ludd is a DIY folk-punk singer-songwriter based in England. He likes to travel, busk, play unplugged shows and make stuff. […Lees verder]
Friday March 31st 2017, Talk and Discussion about concepts of Anarchism and Autonomy and their practice in the here & now. Starts at 18:00.
Sunday March 26th 2017, Can Dialectics Break Bricks Cinema. Door opens at 8pm, film begin at 9pm. Free admission.
THE WOMAN FROM ROSE HILL 1989
(La femme de Rose Hill)
Directed by Alain Tanner
In French with English subtitles
The films of Swiss director Alain Tanner (La salamandre, Jonas will be 25…) are some of the most poignant and sharpest of the last century. Sadly his movies have been marginalized and trashed by our commercial film distribution industry.
Julie is a young woman from Rose Hill (Republic of Mauritius, an Island off the off the southeast coast of Africa). She moves to a little village in Switzerland, responding to a proposal of marriage by her pen-pal Marcel. But when Julie arrives, everything is wrong right from the start. Director Alain Tanner is excellent in showing the culture shock of this young black woman, confronted by the horror of Switzerland… cold, clinical, ordered, regulated, Calvinist, snow-covered, brutally practical and ultimately abstract.
In his films director Alain Tanner always focuses on outsiders, and here we see Julie as utterly dispossessed. Finally she meets Jean, a neighbor, and they have an affair, which leads to damning judgments from the local community. This is a tender movie, totally unknown, by a master filmmaker, dealing with issues of immigration and the responsibilities of Europe’s colonialist past. This will be an outrageously rare screening of this brilliant and haunting gem, that was effectively banned by commercial distributors. […Lees verder]
Monday March 20th 2017, LLECA’s Bienvenida. Benefit with ex-prisoner group from Nicaragua. Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm.
Dear friends, to celebrate the arrival of Lleca Teatro in the Netherlands, we are hosting a Nicaraguan dinner at Joe’s Garage!! Lleca’s Nicaraguan theatre collective outside of prison consists of former and non-prisoners who have been making theater inside prison since 2009. They are now coming to the Netherlands on invitation of the International Community Arts Festival (ICAF)! At the ICAF, they will present their physical theater play “Cain and the Dogs” originally made in prison in 2015 and host a workshop. During their three-week stay in the Netherlands there will be a couple of public opportunities to see them in action!
We invite you all to give the group a proper “bienvenida” and share dinner with us on Monday March 20th at Joe’s!! We will be cooking a delicious vegan, tropical meal accompanied by traguitos, and of course there will be lovely latin tunes for your bellies and ears. There will be ample opportunity to speak with Lleca Teatro’s former-prisoner actors & director over dinner! Hope to see you!!
Lleca Teatro will be staying in the Netherlands between 19 March and 10 April. Other events with the group include: Friday 31 March presentation of their physical theater play “Caín y los Perros” at Theater Zuidplein, Rotterdam (ICAF) | Saturday 1 April workshop on physical theater at the ICAF, Rotterdam | Thursday 6 April presentation of “Caín y los Perros” at CREA, Amsterdam, followed by a Q&A with the group | Saturday 8 April Farewell & Cumbia Carcelera party at De Peper, Amsterdam.
More information about LLECA: http://www.lleca.org/
Menu on March 20th: [appetizer] Sopa de frijoles – black bean soup
[main] Indio viejo con tostones y pico de gallo – typical Nicaraguan mashed maize dish with vegetables, green plantain fritters and tomato salad. […Lees verder]
Thursday 16 March 2017, No More President’s: Trump Arrestees Benefit. Volkseten Vegazulu at 7pm. Screening from 8:00pm till 10pm.
On 16 March 2017, there will be a benefit for people in the United States facing serious charges from the 20 January Trump inauguration protests. Over 200 people where arrested and many are facing felonies that carry a sentence of up to 10 years in jail. Global Uprisings (www.globaluprisings.org) will screen their short film “No More Presidents: Protesting the Trump Inauguration” along with video clips of other actions including airport blockades against the Muslim ban, the Berkeley anti-fascist action against Milo Yiannopoulos, the Day Without Immigrants protests, people preventing Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from detaining undocumented migrants, and clips from the March 8 Women’s Strike. Following the presentation, there will be a Q and A about the situation in the US and how it relates to fighting the growing influence of the far-right in Europe. […Lees verder]
Sunday 12th March 2017, Black Cat Cine presents “The Square” by Jehane Noujaim, Egypt 2013, 95 min, English subtitles. Door opens at 8pm, film begin at 9pm. Free admission.
An intimate observational documentary that tells the story of the struggle of the Egyptian Revolution through the eyes of six different protesters. Starting in the tents of Tahrir in the days leading up to the fall of Mubarak, we follow our characters on a life-changing journey through the euphoria of victory into the uncertainties and dangers of the current ‘transitional period’ under military rule. “An inspiring testament to the power of protests and the voice of the people.”
Film night at Joe’s Garage, cozy cinema! Doors open after 8pm, film begins at 9pm, free entrance. You want to play a movie, let us know: joe [at] squat [dot] net
Thursday March 9th 2017, Music by Ken Parsons (rebel folk). Volkseten Vegazulu at 7pm. Benefit for Dutch Artists in Action. Music from 9 till 10pm
Ken Parsons the local fame is back solo on the stage at Joe’s Garage, with his guitar and celtic harp. A proper anti-politics English man, a rebel, a poet, a singer songwriter, a storyteller and an entertainer, Ken has been active in non-commercial spaces, in squats in London, Amsterdam and Berlin since the 80’s. As a kid, Ken would go to see gigs from Attila the Stockbroker. Since years, Ken has been hosting and booking in Amsterdam the yearly gig from Attila the Stockbroker, Barnstormer and many other bands. Ken is also famous for the Comedy Nights all around the city. Ken is just back from a UK tour. In the pubs from Brexit England, there was a sudden interest in his protest and satirical songs. http://www.littleelfrecords.com/ […Lees verder]
Thursday March 9th 2017, Benefit for Dutch Artists in Action. Volkseten Vegazulu at 7pm. Music from 9 till 10pm, by Ken Parsons (rebel folk).
DAiA is a collective of creative minds, dreamers and doers helping refugees in France and in the Netherlands. Similar Artists in Action networks exist in other countries such as the UK and France. Recently DAiA has been collecting shoes in various collection points in Amsterdam, Utrecht, and Rotterdam for the people stranded in the Dunkirk camp. Since winter is not over in the North of France, DAiA is now raising money to buy firewood for the Dunkirk camp to help people stay warm and dry. Come enjoy a delicious dinner at Joe’s Garage on March 9th and support the Dutch Artists in Action in their mission to help refugees! […Lees verder]
Sunday 5th March 2017, OTHER CINEMA: El cadáver exquisito / Exquisite Corpse (2011, 90min, USA/El Salvador, dir. Victor Ruano). Presented in Spanish with English subtitles. Doors 20:40, Film 21:00
El cadáver exquisito combines documentary, fiction and experimental film-making as it traverses the social and dream landscape of a region struggling between modernity and tradition. A peasant named Juventino, is killed during a fiery nighttime battle, dedicated to purify the city. As he leaves his world in the midst of this ritual he is infused with visions as his own mind attempts to filter and purify his fears and his desires. Juventino’s myths, as torrid and exuberant as the geography, are often more concrete than his reality. The inhabitants aid his journey by performing rituals with the hope of understanding, pleasing and obtaining favors from the beyond. During the day these rituals unleash repressed emotions, which at sundown are liberated into lascivious celebration. His corpse, during the autopsy, unveils something more repugnant than his death, the submission of the living to it. This fantastical collective biography immerses into a dense mythological universe by narrating the life of this being in the process of unbeing, this character becoming this corpse. […Lees verder]
Monday February 27th 2017, Benefit for the campaign against forced deportation to African countries with Bad Kitten on the stage. Volkseten Vegazulu at 7pm. Music from 9 till 10pm with Bad Kitten, folkabilly project existing since 2006. Tonight as a trio, a warped hillbilly rock out with singing saw, guitars and three 10 watt amps.
Bad Kitten http://www.hellucinations.info/
All Included http://www.allincluded.nl
Volkseten Vegazulu is a people’s kitchen, every monday and thursday, all year long. Door opens at 7pm. Vegan food for 4€ or donation. All benefits go for social & political struggles. No reservation. In July and August, the people’s kitchen is closed on thursday.
We’re always looking for cooks. Any help is welcome in the kitchen. Experience not required. Enjoying it is a must. If you want to know which days are still available in the schedule, send an email to joe [at] squat [dot] net and book yourself the night. You can, of course, also participate by rolling up your sleeves and doing the dishes.
Sunday February 26th 2017, Black Cat Cine presents “We Come As Friends” by Hubert Sauper, France/Austria, 2014, 110 minutes. English subtitles. Door opens at 8pm, film begin at 9pm. Free admission.
In his tiny homemade aircraft flown all the way from France, documentarian Hubert Sauper touches down on grassy strips and military airports in Sudan. He visits people and places in one of the world’s most politically confusing regions. “A modern odyssey, a dizzying, science fiction-like journey into the heart of Africa.” By the maker of Darwin’s Nightmare in 2005.
Film night at Joe’s Garage, cozy cinema! Doors open at 8pm, film begins at 9pm, free entrance. You want to play a movie, let us know: joe [at] squat [dot] net