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All Points East, a services of live events and a festival running across the end of May and early June, have announced All Points Equal; a free entry event celebrating 100 years since (some) women secured voting rights in the UK.
All Points Equal will kick off APE In The Neighbourhood, the weekday programme of free events nestled between the three day festival and a weekend of standalone gigs.
The bank holiday Monday will host a series of screenings, talks and presentations in London’s Victoria Park, the end location of Sylvia Pankhurst’s 1913 and 1914 processions.
Screenings of films Suffragette and Made In Dagenham will take place in the park, as will a midday showing of family favourite Moana.
The screening of Suffragette will launch with a fully immersive rally, in partnership with the Museum of London.
The early evening will host a free live panel and Q&A with Dr Helen Pankhurst, women’s rights activist, great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst. She’ll be joined by fellow activists and leading voices Elizabeth Crawford, Suzanne Keyte, and Sarah Jackson.
All Points Equal will also host a line-up of music from Holy Moly & The Crackers, Hackney Colliery Band, Break Out Brass and 47Soul, plus more to be announced.
Other activities include free protest poster workshops, children’s banner making with Stitches In Time, street food, pop up bars, yoga, children’s theatre and football workshops.
All Points Equal forms part of the ten day All Points East event, which launches on 25 May 2018 with a brand new three day festival headlined by LCD Soundsystem, The xx and Bjork.
APE In The Neighbourhood runs for four days, starting with All Points Equal on Monday 28 May 2018.
Here’s the line-up in full:
All Points East – Friday 25 May 2018
LCD Soundsystem | Yeah Yeah Yeahs | Phoenix | Glass Animals | Richie Hawtin CLOSE | Dixon | Nick Murphy fka Chet Faker | Chromeo | Young Fathers | George FitzGerald Live | Hercules & Love Affair | Roman Flugel | DJ Tennis | Gerd Janson | Superorganism | Hookworms | Oscar and the Wolf | Confidence Man | Eclair Fifi | Fort Romeau | Knox Fortune | Lo Moon
All Points East – Saturday 26 May 2018
The xx | Lorde | Justice | Sampha | Soulwax | Lykke Li | Popcaan | BADBADNOTGOOD | Rhye | Stefflon Don | Rex Orange County | Omar-S | Hunee | ABRA | Sevdaliza | DJ Richard | Call Super | Shanti Celeste | DJ Python | Kojey Radical | Jessie James Solomon | Her | Beatrice Dillon
All Points East – Sunday 27 May 2018
Björk | Beck | Father John Misty | Friendly Fires | Tom Misch | Flying Lotus 3D | The Black Madonna | Django Django | Kelela | Mashrou’ Leila | Sylvan Esso | Khruangbin | Maribou State DJ set | Parcels | Alexis Taylor | Yellow Days
Yaeji | Octavian | Mr G Live | Agoria Live | Allie X | ItaloJohnson | Byron The Aquarius | Bones Garage | DEBONAIR
APE In The Neighbourhood – Monday 28 May 2018 – Thursday 31 May 2018
Monday 28 May 2018 – All Points Equal
APE Presents… Catfish & The Bottlemen – Friday 1 June 2018
Catfish and the Bottlemen | The Hunna | Blossoms | Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes | The Neighbourhood | The Amazons
APE Presents… The National – Saturday 2 June 2018
The National | The War on Drugs | Future Islands | Warpaint | Cat Power | Public Service Broadcasting | Broken Social Scene | Spoon | Amber Run | The Districts | Rostam | This Is The Kit
APE Presents… Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Sunday 3 June 2018
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds | Patti Smith & Her Band | St. Vincent | Courtney Barnett | Psychedelic Furs | The Black Lips | Baxter Dury | Nadine Shah | Shame | Bo Ningen
Tickets for All Points East and APE Presents… are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk. APE In The Neighbourhood events are free on a first come first serve basis.