Thursday, January 15, 2009

CALL night: 23 January @ Montague Arms, SE London

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Some months ago Right Path Party leader Jeremy McClintock realised that adult education was the key to unlocking the isles’ talents and delivering change in recessionary times. Soon, government cash was secured, and his Right Path Management was launching a series of franchised personal development centres in the mould of his pioneering Chertsey College of the Mind, alongside highly regarded programmes, notably his TrainFame skills pellet. He was now a skills guru.

Nu-thought theorist McClintock gets to expand on his credo at a night put on by the Campaigning Alliance for Lifelong Learning (CALL). The organisers have assembled a fine night of various entertainment to buffer McClintock’s words, including 21st century audio-visual vanguard Michael Forrest and local troupes Radio Revolucion and the Brockley Rise Singers, with the bill expanding.

Go to the CALL site for more on its aims, and Facemask for more on the night.

The Montague Arms is here.
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