Dear Members, Friends and Supporters:
On behalf of ANPI London and INCA CGIL UK , it is our pleasure to invite you to celebrate the Festa della Liberazione (Italian Liberation Day) this coming 25th April in London, at an event organised by ANPI together with Luisa Pretolani, with financial support from the European Union.
The Italian Consul in London Giulia Romani will be speaking at the event.
We are also proud to announce the participation of celebrated Italian star of the screen and stage and ANPI supporter Ivano Marescotti.
The 25th April is known officially in Italy as Festa della Liberazione.
The Festa della Liberazione is a national Italian holiday commemorating the end of the Italian civil war and the end of Nazi occupation of the country during WWII.
This year, we are celebrating the Festa della Liberazione remembering with this special event the long struggle against fascism, and the men and women of the Italian Resistance who relentlessly and courageously fought against it.
Draper Hall, Tuesday 25th April 2017 6:30 for 7:00pm
Antifascist and Partisan writings selected by Dr. Walter S. Baroni *
Read specially for this evening by celebrated Italian actor Ivano Marescotti
and Stefania Bochicchio
The biographies will be discussed by Dr. Walter Baroni and Dr. Gianluca Fantoni
Traditional Accordion Romagna music played by Umberto Giovannini.
Refreshments and traditional food from Romagna
Prepared by renowned chef Elisabetta from the Minestra Supper Club
Handmade tagliatelle with bacon and shallot
Erbazzone (Vegan alternative)
Tenerína Cake or Cake with apricots and walnuts
Entry is free, but booking mandatory.
There will be an opportunity to donate and support our work at ANPI
Please RSVP at this link by Tuesday 18th April.
Hampton Street j/w Newington Butts
London SE17 3AN.
I look forward to seeing you all on the 25th April.
Chair - ANPI London Branch Committee
* DR. Walter Baroni (Marie Sklodowska-Curie at the University of Manchester)
"Mass Political Life Writing" funded by European Union's Horizon 2020 R&I programme, GA No 658297.
This event is made possible thanks to the support of I.N.C.A CGIL UK and