An exciting unique theatre event coming to Bradford from 27th September – 5th October.
What if we said that Britain (this tiny island) is the second biggest arms dealer in the world?
A former British soldier and a Palestinian citizen meet in an intimate and powerful exchange, in a joint attempt to understand the UK arms trade and its impact around the world. Through differing perspectives and a shared love of techno, I Have Met the Enemy (and the enemy is us) takes us on a personal and political journey into the darkest corners of what makes Britain tick.
Common Wealth will transform community spaces into worlds for audiences to explore – worlds charged with light, sound and robotics.
I Have Met the Enemy is part techno party, part investigation and above all else, a call to action.
Yorkshire CND will be marking Keep Space for Peace Week (5th-12th October) with a demonstration at NSA Menwith Hill, near Harrogate. The focus of this year’s week of protest will be NATO.
There will be FREE transportation from the Bradford CND Office and from Leeds, please get in touch with them for a lift.
The leeds-based charity, Project Bonhoeffer, organise a conference annually. This year it is in Leeds at the St George’s conference centre – just along the road from the Leeds General Infirmary.
Speaking at this conference will be leading modern theologian, Prof Tom Greggs, Professor in Historical and Doctrinal Theology at Aberdeen University.
He will be speaking about his vision of Christianity in our 21st-century secular and multi-religious world.
This event is free to attend but a place must be booked with their Eventbrite page :-
This CAFOD ‘Faith in Action’ day is being organised in various dioceses. This event looks like the nearest one for people in the Leeds Diocese.
What will the day be about? – CAFOD writes
The Church here and around the world has a proud history of encouraging Catholics’ political reflection and action. With amazing results.
At this CAFOD day, we’ll explore the links between faith and politics.
Join us and reflect on Scripture and Church teaching. Be inspired by others and CAFOD’s campaigning and work overseas.
Sign up on their Eventbrite page for this event.