Epicly Palestine'd - tells the story of how a small group of Palestinian teenagers created a skate scene in the heart of the West Bank - a place where you can't even buy a skateboard - whilst facing the challenges of living under the Israeli military occupation. (UK, 26mins, Philip Joa & Theo Krish)
Q&A - After the film, director Philip Joa will be answering your questions and inviting constructive and respectful discussion about the wider context of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
SPOKEN WORD FROM ROHAN AYINDE: Rohan Ayinde is a poet and activist from South London. Campaigning with Take Back The City and Black Lives Matter, he recently performed at Demand The Impossible, a radical politics forum for young people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apweS753CXM
The Skip Garden Kitchen's talented chefs will be cooking up some tasty Middle Eastern food, with proceeds going to charity SkatePal.
This event is free