The Occupy Justice team – based at the former Old Street Magistrates Court 335-337 Old Street – were in court this morning to contest an application for an interim possession order made by Mastcraft Ltd, who have owned the grade II-listed building since 2006.
We are pleased to report that following two adjournments, Occupy Justice[…]
On Friday 30 December, over 150 people gathered together at the west entrance ofSt Paul’s Cathedral for a special public reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, especially adapted for Occupy London by playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker.
Full video coming shortly – in the meantime do also check out the video below by John Leland Whiting:[…]Read more →
Occupy LSX, What is Next? from inka stafrace on Vimeo.
Shot Nov 30th – 23rd December
Filmmaker Inka Stafrace
OCCUPY YOUR CONSCIENCE x
Stop watching the telly and whining.
Join the spirit of Occupy by writing letters, voting, demonstrating, visit the site, join a working group, whatever you do … do something.[…]
Occupy Justice will themselves be in court tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 10.30am at Clerkenwell and Shoreditch County Court, Gee St, London EC1V 3RE.
Mastcraft Ltd, owners of the grade II listed building since 2006 without moving forward with any development plans, are seeking an interim possession order.
Occupy Justice, which is housed in the abandoned[…]
Many thanks to Director Mark Williams and Editor James McCallum, aka Scribla, for making this happen![…]Read more →
Occupy London – part of the global movement for social and economic justice welcomes Londoners and visitors to join them for New Year’s celebrations
Highlights include: an adaptation of Dicken’s A Christmas Carol by Timberlake Wertenbaker on steps of St Paul’s, introduced by John Cooper QC and a stellar cast line up including Tim Pigott-Smith[…]
Adapted by: Timberlake Wertenbaker
Directed by: Josh Appignanesi
Readers will include: Allan Corduner, Alan Cox, Sara Kestleman, Pam Miles, Tim Pigott-Smith, Ian Redford. Plus further special guests to be announced
Produced by: Occupy London
As Dickens’ bicentennial approaches, it seems only fitting for Occupy London to stage a public reading of A Christmas Carol at[…]
Last night (23 December), the General Assembly at OccupyLSX discussed how people without shelter and food fom one of the most vulnerable sections of society.
The General Assembly would like to confirm that, as at all times, they and everyone are welcome to visit and join in the dicussions and dialogue about social economic justice[…]
After four and a half days of representations from the City of London Corporation, Occupy London (represented by John Cooper QC and Michael Paget on behalf of named defendant Tammy Samede) and two litigants in person, George Barda and Daniel Ashman, the OccupyLSX hearing has concluded at the High Court with Christmas wishes being given[…]Read more →