Current Events

PLEASE NOTE: This event has passed. Click here to visit the current listings.

Frome Stop the War Campaign presents: War……..What is it Good For?

Thursday 26th September

Doors at 7pm // Talk from 7:30pm

Frome Stop the War Campaign asks ‘War, What is it Good For?’ This may be the title of  70’s pop song,  but it is also a very relevant question given the world we live in today.

To help unravel some of the aspects of the many wars our country has become involved in this century Frome Stop the War Campaign will be hosting three experts in Western Foreign policy. They will analyse the reasons for the wars undertaken this century particularly in Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan and the troubles in Palestine and Syria.

Jeremy Corbyn MP, probably the most active anti-war Member of Parliament will be an honoured guest and speaker. He will be accompanied by Dr. Sami Ramadani, Senior Lecturer London Metropolitan University, and refugee from Saddam’s Iraq and political analyst Dan Glazebrook who contributes to Counterpunch, New Statesman, Russia Today and Al Ahram Online.

Why are we seeing some of the longest lasting wars in history? Why are they continuing? Why is the existence of perpetual war acceptable in our society today?

Please come along to an interesting and informative evening.

Admission

£5.00 (unwaged £3.00) To pre-book tickets please call 01373-451164

More Information

To find out more, please visit our recommendations online:

Frome Stop the War website

Rook Lane Chapel

Available to the community as the perfect setting to showcase skills and artistic talent, this prestigious venue is used for performances and exhibitions.

Around the chapel

Venue Hire

For information on hiring the venue for events/ exhibitions please do not hesitate to contact us directly to discuss available dates & times.

Venue Hire

Hire the chapel for your wedding

This magnificent Grade I listed building in the heart of Frome, Somerset provides the most elegant and timeless of surroundings for your special day.

Weddings