Scroogeonomics flyerNext Thee Faction show in London is Scroogeonomics at Rich Mix. (£10 – get your ticket in advance. It will sell out)

Scroogeonomics is a Seasonal Night Out Against Austerity mixing comedy, live music, poetry, ideas and photography to rewrite Dickens’ story of Scrooge for the twenty first century.

Bridget Christie headlines the evening with her riotously funny comedy and an exclusive in-conversation with Guardian columnist Zoe Wiliams.

Salena Godden is one of the stars of both the spoken-word circuit and summer festivals from Lovebox to Edinburgh. Prepare to be entertained and challenged in equal measure.

Providing the musical soundtrack to a night of spirits past, present and future Thee Faction play the kind of anthems to dance, or march to. We close the night with the unstoppable beat of 9-piece South Coast Ska legends, The Meow Meows.

A unique night out also featuring an ideas roundtable with the renowned writer on inequality Danny Dorling joined by Marina Prentoulis of Syriza, Sirio Canos of Podemos and Shelly Asquith one of the leading figures in this year’s victorious Corbyn4Leader campaign.

Original poetry, by Matt Abbott and music, from Nia, has been specially commissioned to open the show with new versions of A Christmas Carol. While on the decks Melstars provides an upbeat indie DJ set for musical nostalgists, young and old.

Scroogeonomics is presented by Philosophy Football in association with the RMT trade union, supported by the firefighters’ FBU and in partnership with the Peoples’ Assembly Against Austerity. A night out with a difference and to make a difference all ticket holders are asked to bring a non-perishable donation to the Tower Hamlets Food Bank. Humbug? Bah!


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