Following reports that a number of the UK’s biggest cultural organisations have renewed millions of pounds worth of sponsorship deals with BP, Occupy London collaborated with art activist collective Liberate Tate to stage a mourning over the environmental destruction propelled by the oil industry – with an art installation and subsequent happening involving a melting[...]Read more →
*** We are very pleased to have further additions to the programme including Merlin Emmanuel (Justice for Smiley Culture Campaign), Munera performing poetry (one half of Poetic Pilgrimage), comedian Ava Vidal, Mario Joseph (Haitian human rights lawyer), Black Women’s Rape Action project as well as occupier Ed Greens ***
This Sunday 15 January, as Occupy[...]
As Occupy London Stock Exchange waits for the High Court judgment regarding its site just by St Paul’s – date TBC – Occupy London hosts more events than ever. All invited to get involved
Highlights include Richard Peppiatt, ex-Daily Star reporter fresh from giving evidence to Leveson Enquiry in panel discussion, Corporate Occupation of the[...]
The Occupy London Stock Exchange occupation by St Paul’s was delighted to welcome Ani DiFranco to the camp on 12 January when she was town. Big thanks to Occupation Records for organising, plus Inka and James for shooting and editing this video.
More news about Ani coming soon
Ani Di Franco visits Occupy LSX from[...]Read more →
The Occupied Times of London is calling for members of the 99 per cent to contribute to two special poster editions commemorating some of the best Occupy-inspired artwork.
The first poster issue will be published before the end of the month featuring artwork sent to the newspaper since it began, with a second planned for[...]
Alan Moore visits Occupy LSX from inka stafrace on Vimeo.
Alan Moore, the writer of V for Vendetta and The Watchmen visited Occupy LSX on January 6th 2012. The image of the Guy Fawkes mask used in the comic and the film (illustrated by David Lloyd) has been widely used by the Global Occupy Movement.[...]
As Occupy London waits to hear the High Court judgement decision about the future of the occupation at St Paul’s, tomorrow (Saturday 14 January) at 2pm there will be a very special event take place by the steps of St Paul’s.
Highlighting the fragility and importance of the occupation and its causes of social, economic[...]
Occupy London have just received an email from the Judicial Office to let us know that judgment in the case brought against us by the City of London Corporation will not be handed down on Monday at 2pm. The misunderstanding arose due to an error at the Queen’s Bench listing division and we are awaiting[...]Read more →