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Wednesday, 06 July 2011 14:57

Cease your evil consumption with the Reverend Billy

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Reverend Billy

Yes - the Reverend who excorcisised Tesco on Bold Street Liverpool last time he was hetre is back for a one night only performance at the Capstone Theatre and the tickets are going fast.

It's all part of a 5 day UK tour - you can catch the Tesco Video below.

 

 

 

 

You can catch teh REverened this Thursday at the Capstone Theatre on 13 Shaw Street, LIverpool. TICKETS are £10 for 2 if you quote Billy 2011

THE CHURCH OF EARTHALUJAH featuring Reverend Billy and the 35-voice Stop Shopping Gospel Choir is part theater piece, part church service, part performance art and wholly inspirational. Family friendly but big bank deadly, The Church of Earthalujah condemns the corporate exploiters and polluters of the world to the Lake of Hellfire - especially the ones that spew CO-2 through mountaintop removal, hydro-fracking, super malls and shipping sweatshop products long distances with with fossil fuel-burning engines. We believe that the fires and droughts and quakes and typhoons are not natural disasters, but shout-outs from this big living thing we’re a part of. The message is loud and clear when we learn to put our ears to the dirt.


More details - http://www.thecapstonetheatre.com/en/whats/event/119

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