Rare Clash Footage To Be Screened

Rare Clash Footage To Be Screened

'Who Shot The Sheriff' a new film charting the history of Rock Against Racism is to have exclusive clips screened in London this Friday (March 7).

The film includes unseen footage of The Clash, The Libertines and Babyshambles as well as other bands committed to the anti-fascist cause.

The movie preview event takes place at the 'Roots, Rebels, Rockers RAR Club Night' held at Brixton's JAMM venue this Friday, as part of the build-up to the 30th anniversary RAR concert on April 30.

The concert at Brixton's Carling Academy marksthe 30th anniversary of the RAR Victoria Park Carnival and coincides with the eve of the London elections which are being targeted by the BNP.

The anniversary show includes original performers such as Tom Robinson as well as Alabama 3, Misty in Roots, The Thirst, Tony Benn plus other special guests which are yet to be announced.

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