¡No Pasaran Cable Street – Party like it’s 1936!

¡No Pasaran! Cable Street – Party like it’s 1936!

In a time of austerity, riots, and a rise in the price of beigels, Jewdas returns to Cable Street……….

Live Bands, Film, Talks, Cabaret, Fascist Baiting and Revolutionary Borscht.

Live Music from:

Daniel Kahn & Merlin Shepherd – a mixture of Klezmer, radical Yiddish song, political cabaret and punk folk, accompanied by top UK Klezmer clarinettist
Klezmer Klub feat. David Rosenberg – songs of Yiddish London telling the story of the Jewish east end from 1900 to the 1930s
The Ruby Kid – Hip-hop and spoken-word poetry, influenced by the cinema of Woody Allen, the politics of Hal Draper and the music of Aesop Rock.
The Electric Swing Circus – electro swing sensation.Big band swing. Gypsy jazz. Thundering drum beats. Phat bass lines. A dazzling stage performance.

+ Stephen Watts reciting poetry of the East End.

+ Full film programme of riots, resistance and rabbles

+ Talks on Gandhian resistance, Spanish Civil War, Anti-fascist activism today as well as performance poetry.

+ Communist-Fascist Arm Wrestling, The Three Yentas, Live Guernica tribute painting, Cantorial Drag

+ DJ Notorious spinning speeches, 30s swing and hard beats

+…more

Dress Code: 1930s chic. Fascist, Communist. Yiddish Musical Hall

Free entry for all who were there in 1936! For the rest of you its £7 on the door and £5 if you book in advance HERE

Saturday October 1st
from 8.30pm

Jamboree
Cable Street Studios
566 Cable Street,
London E1W 3HB

£5 advance, £7 on the door.

Buy advance tickets here.

supported by Bet Klal Yisrael
BKY liberal jewish community

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7 thoughts on “¡No Pasaran Cable Street – Party like it’s 1936!

  • Hi – I’m a 62-yr old lefty comedian, my Dad was at Cable Street, and I’m definitely coming to the gig on October 1st. I’ve told Jewdas I want to do some comedy there and had no reply. Nu?

  • hey Gerry – that sound great. We’ll put you down for a 10 minute slot on the night, looking forward. Email us if you need more details jewdas@gmail.com

  • From 6,000 miles away, some of us in L.A. will be joining you in spirit. We’ll be drawing a line historically from the hero-martyrs Hirsh Lekert (Vilne) and Naftoli Botwin (Warsaw) — my namesakes — to the fighters of the Botwin Company of the International Brigades and the heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto…to the Cable Street militants. ¡Salud! Foroys!

  • Are you looking for musicans to join in? I have an alto sax I could bring along.

  • You guys should check out Yiddish Twist Orchestra, saw them at Thames Festival they were fantastic

  • I hope so too Gilad. Me mam sent me a copy the other day after seeing you at the Scarborough jazz festival. I’m not a big reader but your book certainly passes the dip test, as in no matter where you open the book the contents draw you in, and before you know it the jewish jigsaw begins to reveal itself, free from the zionist psycho babble the world has come accustomed to. I’m looking forward to the next few days of learning and encourage everyone who visits this site to indulge themselves in reading this book.
    Please will Jewdas put up a review page so we can have a full on, no holds barred, discussion on the ‘The Wandering Who’. Cheers tim

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