Cottonmouth XXI meets Amnesty for ARTillery Spoken Word on Sunday 5 December

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As part of the Perth leg of the national ARTillery Youth Arts Festival 2010, we've teamed up with Amnesty for a special event, on a special night, at a special venue, at a special time.

Our last huzzah of 2010 sees us swooping down on The William Street Bird at 6pm on Sunday 5 December. Banding together, all proceeds of the night will assist Amnesty International.

If you witnessed last year's event, then you know - we can see it in your eyes - you know this is the good stuff.

We'll convene local spoken worders, poetical conjurers, narrative alchemists and passionate grandstanders in an exploration of the oppression of basic freedoms. Artists will weave their words to address the repression of basic freedoms - freedom of speech, freedom of association and freedom of assembly as it's the year of Burma's first elections since 1990.

We'll announce our exciting line-up of performers and bands soon.

Our peg wall will have a special theme. Pour your hearts into our typewriters and create messages of hope for Aung San Suu Kyi as part of ARTillery's arts action.

What: Cottonmouth XXI meets Amnesty for ARTillery Spoken Word
When: 6pm Sunday 5 December 2010
Where: The William Street Bird, 181 William St, Northbridge
How much: $10 - all proceeds raised go to Amnesty International

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