8 WHAT HAPPENS " '"" "" IT/66, Oct 1f>23, 1969. HUDDERSF1ELD: Heavy Boots from Birming- ham at the Builders Exchange Blue: Club. OXFORD: Poetry reading at Blackfriar's. 8pm. If you want to know more, contact Brotber Simon at Oxford 57607. Bring your own poetry. SUNDAY, OCT 19 LONDON COMMUNITY SERVICES PEOPLE NOT PSYCHIATRY (PNP Network) For those feeling threatened with a psychiatry they do not want. This Is a non-psyphlatrlc alternative. Empathy attempted. H*ng-ups shared. Call SWI-4699. RELEASE: Call 603-8654 If you are busted for drugs (24 hours). Release gives Information & advice on arrests, drugs, rents. Jobs, divorce. Immigration, civil rights A any other Problems. Drug file, research & reference library: up to date collection of books, medical papers & press cuttings on drugs etc. Also Scl-FI etc. Books lent,"books wanted: Call at 5Qa Prince- dale Rd., Wll.or Tel: 229-7753. Office hours 10.30-5.30pm weekdays. Late nlghti-to 10pm, Monday & Thursday, for TV, coffee & legal service. Also they are now serving cheap meals mon- fri, 12-3pm; mon & thurs evenings 6-9pm. meals from 1/9 & free when-they can afford it. FREE Reichian Character analytic vegeto- therapy for emotional disturbances for the genuinely poor, phone 722-9973 for details. BIT Is your Information service, now only from lOam-lopm unless emergencies arise when your call will be transferred (or something like that) phone 229 8219. Also tell them of crash pads you know, please. INTERZONE A FREE CITY PROJECT exists to helo <:ijnnort and promote anything that can be made free . . legally .. . also providing free things (stalls, bookshops etc), for further In- formation call Gary (Dale) Butler, 229 7753, 50a Princedale Rd . Wll. THE NEIGHBOURHOOD SERVICE: 34 1 avl- stock Crescent, Wll. PAR 9883. Dally 9.30am to 11pm. Free legal advice for county & magi- strates court proceedings, depressives and youno addicts in need of help and advice, as well as casss of acute distress, especially housing. LAW SOCIETY (Legal Aid). 113 Chancery Lane, WC2. 242-1222. LONDON WELFARE OFFICE FOR THE HOMELESS, 12 Northumberland Av6., WC2. INTER-ACTION TRUST; 72 Chalk Farm Rd., NW1. 485-9524, Benefit performances. Inter- Action offers performances of its plays at Am- olance to active community groups. Able to - raise up to £50 per show. Woodwork & metal tools available to groups doing community Arts & crafts work with kids. Insurance requir- ed. Other groups can earn bread by using mach- ines on paying costs. NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CIVIL LIBERT- IES, 4 Camden High St., NW1. EUS 2544. If you believe that the treatment you have receiv- ed at the hands of the authorities Is unjust, call them. Their, finances are somewhat shaky, so why not loin for £2 per year? CITIZENS ADVICE BUfiEttD, Head Office 26 Bedford Sq., WC1. 636-4066. Offices are all Over London and will give advice on almost any (problem. CENTRAL INFORMATION BUREAU: 16 Great Russell St., WC1. 580-0478. Advice about lodgings, social clubs, etc to all girls v who are coming to_ work. In London. ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, Sher- wood St.. Wl. Call Bill Mason '289-0998) for information about courses, seminars & meetings OUNTRY COMMUNITY SERVICES OXFORD BIT Is up to Its eyes In bills but struggling bravely on. Ring them (In the evenings Is the best time) at Oxford 56535, and maype help? BIRMINGHAM: B'ham Claimants Union will help you If you aren't getting what you could/ should from the national assistance In some way ¦ phone (021) 449 5454 or write to Mrs. Julia Malnwarlng, Flat 2, 9 Trafalgar Rd., Mosely, B'ham 13. BIRMINGHAM: Pregnancy Advisory Service. For information and appointments phone: 021-440 2570 (see also Oct 3rd) COUNTRY FREE TWICKENHAM: Folk at Henekey's. John O'Flaherty + Winkle are resident music makers plus anyone who turns up. BROXBOURNE: At the moment-very little Is happening they held a Free Concert and 100 people turned up 50 to watc/i, 1 to sell Ice- cream, twelve to play the music and over 30 fuzz to keep the peace! (true story), but all Is not lost and perhaps It you creep along to the Golden Lion at Hoddesdon (taking care- not to go via the bowling alley where the skin heads will do you over) one frlday you might find someone . EVERYWHERE: Laughing. Thank you Paul Conway for the Jolly Tots Balloon ....___________________________ COUNTRY CONTINUOUS ARTS LABS see page ie NEWSPAPERS/ MAGAZINES LIVERPOOL: Pam Jones tells us that there Is a great little magazine-here which needs YOU In particular your Ideas/contribution s/general sudport. Apart from the artlstlcky froth.it also covers local events and underground Information, making a gallant attempt to put one half of Liverpool in touch with the other. Please contact Pam at 2 Hlldebrand Road, Liverpool L47TQ. ROMFORD: If you live in this area,'Mush- room' magazine Is yours, Just like IT to print poems, statements, Ideas & projects so do go and see them, or write to 25 ' Station Road, 49 Salisbury Road, or 30 Repton Gardens, Gldea Park Romford Essex. Costs 1/-. ' CAMBRIDGE: The underground paper for this arqa comes from Peabody's, 147 Chester- ton Road, Cambridge, it's called 'Cambridge Voice and since It Is your newspaper send them your news. 1/-. GLASGOW: The incredible 'Henry' not only merits your support, but needs it as well. It brings news of all the happenings/projected happenings on the Glasgow scene, and their idea of where 'Glasgow' stretches to Is pretty far out. Get It from Flat 235, 75 Klrktan Avenue, Glasgow W3. LEEDS: Your local paper Is an excellent thing called 'HOD' (a H-andful O-f D-ust ... get It?) 'an underground press which anyone can use to communicate news. Ideas, Information etc. Selection of material for Issues takes place at meetings which anyone can attend who helps ¦ or is willing to help with HOD'. Out every 3 weeks, price 4d, good enough to be banned by virtually every school In thearea and, as well as some marvellous-articles, contains stacks of Info about scene's artistic, scenes political, scenes of sound and eating and get-togethers etc etc in the area. Hod resides at 440 Selby Rd., Leeds LS159AN and, under the pseudo- nvm of Paul Lewis, at Leeds 643105. MANCHESTER: What's true of 'Hod' goes for 'Grass Eye' too. An absolutely smashing paper Editor Chris Dixon says: We need support. Don't forget this Is YOUR voice. Two-way communication Is essential. Without your participation we can't be you". So write for it, buy It, sell It, spread-the-word. All these activities focused on 18 Oak Road, Salford, M7 9HP. Tel: 061-792 3836 (after 2;30pm). LjVERPOOL^ MONTH DECEMBER LOCATION BLUECOAT GALLERY LIVERPOOL ITEM EXHIBITION MULTIPLES AND KINETIC ARTWORKS BASS RESONANCE MUTTER DON'T LET THE FREAKS MUCK UP THE ARTSCENE WE SAY BLOW MINDS ETC AND SO FORTH AND SO ON ENTRY OPEN TO ALL ftRTISTS SPACE CADETS AND AHEADS COST BEING FIVE OLD SHILLINGS PER ENTRY MUST BE EDITION OF MINIMUM FIVE GOING TO BE SUCH.AS LILIAN L1JN IF LUCKY ALSO LOCAL ARTISTS ETC BUT MUST BECOME OPEN SCENE SO GET THEM ENTRIES ROLLING IN GALLERY IS'A GOOD EXJ AMPLE LOCAL CULTURE SCENE WOW BUT ESTABLISHMENT ORIENTATED GOING TO STAY THAT WAY IF NO RESURRECTION OF DADAIST! CANNON SO HEAR ALL YE POETS ARTISTS SPACE CADETS WRITE TO ORGANISERS OUCH BLUECOAT!! ARTS FORUM 41 BLUECOAT CHAMBERS SCHOOL LANE LIVERPOOL LI 3BX FOR A FUNNY SHEET WITH DETAILS AND ASK FOR ENTRY FORM RULES YES RULES ET CETERA AND GET THEM WOWEE ZOWEE ENTRIES READY AND FORMS OUCH USUAL FORMS IN TO THEM BY NOVEMBER 1ST WITH FIVE BOB ENTRY BOODLE UNLESS THERE'S GREAT RESPONSE SCENE HERE LIKELY TO SINK STINK FOREVER MOST URGENT THAT IT IS AVOIDED SO PULL OUT THE PHILOSO- PHICAL DAISY AND LET LOOSE THE TIGER IN YOUR HEAD AND PUT IT INTO MEDIA AND MAKE LOVING GESTURE BY CREATING ARTOBJECT IN ANY MEDIUM YOU CARE FOR AND GREAT TIME WILL BE HAD BY ALL EXHIBIT YOURSELF IN AN EDITION OF FIVE AND ACHIEVE FAME AT SMALL COST AND COME SEE THE WALK- ING TALKING ARTOBJ SHOW ART IS YOU AND ME AND NOT THE FRAMEUP GALL- ERY SCENE OPEN YOUR HEAD AND LET OUT THE TIGER^BUTTERFLY LETS GET IT ALL TOGETHER NOW! LIVERPOOL & EVERYWHERE: The good news above, has been especially designed to deter "the wrong people' and attract 'tha right'. It's well worth ploughing through. But in case the attraction/subtraction equation has gone wrong somewhere like maybe there aren'-t any wrong people and you simply can't, or simply can't be bothered, then ring or write BUI Harpe at The Great George Kinetic Arts Theatre LET us all go back home, BACK TO GODHEAD. Read how we can Transcend the problems of Birth, Death, Old Age, Disease and find our real selves In Its relationship with the Lord Krishna,' Vegltatlon recipes, photo articles of Holy Pilgrimages etc and articles by A. Bhaktl- vedanta Swaml and otheirs In every Issue of Back to Godhead, the magazine of the Hare Krishna Movement ... available from the Temple 242-0394. CINEMANTICS: Film critics awake! At last here is your medium of dissent, a reaction against the stifling pretensions and commer- cialism of Sight and Sound, Films & Filming, ad nausea. CTnemantlcs will not be a penny peddler of mass produced reviews, but a clear- ing house for straight-forward, honest and out- rageous theorising on today's most popular & dangerous art form. CINEMANTICS will be a monthly forum, ugly to look at but provocative to read. Prospective contributors please contact John Matthews, 117 Hartfleld Rd., SW19. phone 542-3018. LOG magazine can be got from 155 North St., Bromford . . . 1/- poetry & articles. It's a bit like Mushroom with photos . . . the address isn't really a social thing. For that you are ad- vised to go along to Mushroom Arts Lab, they are all friends. JUNK needs contributions ... anything like poetry, news. ANYTHING. They'd like a good typist, and the use of printing apparatus cheap. ... Ideas and readers. Send things to 8 Marvels Lane, Grove Park, SE12. Only 6d, and good. Wl LD PIGEON, a kind of news sheet for the NORFOLK AREA, Including YARMOUTH Arts Lab. They heed help, 6d stamps etc, and can put you In touch with other magazines In the area . .. contact them at 4 Bridewell Alley, Norwich. NOR O2H Norfolk, or phone Norwich 27076. JAM, produced by the Jam Makers Ginger Group of Great Britain . .. Mr. Walker Is the Editor and you can contact him at St. Martins College of Art. It's a really good collection of things well put together .. . Very fine. SOCIALIST REVOLUTION beginning publicat- ion this month so I don't know much about It .., can be got from 1445 Stockton St., San Francisco, California 94133 for 1 dollar. NORMAN, a poetry mag that needs people to help with its distribution, needs bread and also some FAMOUS (you gotta be good too) names to help It along. It's got a different layout with 50% poems 50% cartoons ... It sells)at '2/6, wholesale 2/2 and costs 2/- to make'. They're not rich, but maybe you can help In some way ... contact John Mead, 17 St. Andrews Road, Southsea, Hants. GAGA, a magazine/workshop with poetry, fiction, articles and more, you can help It with contributions to the editorial or by buying It from GAGA Bargain Basement, 176 Peckham Hill, Rye, London SE22, for two "bob. ARTERY for a shilling from 46 Gallowhlll Rd., Klrklntllloch, Glasgow . . . postage, too, If you want the paper. .. send Inco contributions/ thoughts. COUNTRY DAY-BY-DAY with a bit of London to show willing. FRIDAY, OCT 10 GLASGOW: The Pentangle at City Hall. 7.30. phone Glasgow 332-5382 for details. ROMFORD: Sam AppllePie at Kings Head, Market Place. YORK: Mozart & Monteverdi concert. Arts Centre, Mlcklegate. 8pm. HIGH WYCOMBE: Savoy Brown at the Blues Loft, Nags Head. GRAYS: Memesls at the Penitentiary, Kings Arms. HENLEY: Mike Westbrook Band concert at Henley Grammar School. ALDERMASTON: Mike Absalom at the Kennett Folk Club, The Hinds Head. 8pm. NOTTINGHAM: Don't Look Back Bob Dylan at the Film Theatre until Sunday: phone Janet Parnell, NOTTINGHAM 46095. LIVERPOOL: Polish Mime Theatre at the ACTON: Jimmy Reed & Band, Jade, at Brunei University, Woodlands Ave., W3. 01-992 5691 GILLINGHAM: Lights & sounds at Rechablte Hall. 7.30pm. LONDON: Savoy Brown at the Marquee, 90 Wardour St. 7.30pm-llpm. SATURDAYJXrMI DEVENPORT: Quintessence at the Vandyke Club 8pm. Exmouth Road. Bl RMINGHAM: 'The Tony Crerar Mime Show' In the theatre at the Arts Lab. 8pm. LONDON: Bread on at the Speakeasy, 48 Margaret St., Wl. HUDDERSFIELD: Blondell at the Builders Exchange Blues Club, 30 Wood Street. LIVERPOOL: Polish Mime Theatre at the Theatre Royal, St. Helens. 2.30pm & 7.30pm. SUNDAY, OCT 12 ILFORD: Electric music with Lucifer; folk music with Michael Johnson, at the Young Peoples Group, Goodmayes Methodist Church, Percy Rd. 8pm. Nearly Free !! LONDON: Mike Absalom at the Abbey Wood Folk Club, 31 The Grove, Abbey Wood, SE. 8pm. BIRMINGHAM: 'The Tony Crerar Mime Show' In the theatre at the Arts Lab. 8pm. MONDAY, OCT 13 NOTTINGHAM: The Scheme Scene at the Central Tavern, near market, at 8pm, with Steven Morris reading poetry & guest singer Martin Wright. BIRMINGHAM: British Dramatists Today. Edward Bond, author of 'Saved', 'Narrow Road to the Deep North', will be talking about his work and answering questions on It... this Is the 1st of 4 sessions. 8pm. 5s. a meeting or 24s the course, held at B'ham & Midlands Institute, Margaret St., B3. TUESDAY, OCT 14 LEEDS: Pentangle at the Town Hall. 7.30pm. Tickets from R. Barker & Co., 91 the Headrow. LEEDS: Mike Absalom at the Leeds & Carnegie Folk & Blues Society, Becket park, L6. 8pm. HAPPY BIRTHDAY IT, HAPPY BIRTHDAY IT, boom boom etc. HAPY(oops) BIRTHDAY KIM. LIVERPOOL: 'Breaking the Silence" by W.J. Wetherby . .. the world premiere of this play about being black In amerlea with Sheila Scott- Wllklnson at the Playhouse. 7.30pm. WEDNESDAY, OCT 15 INSTOW: Ian Campbell Folk Group at the Lobster Pot. OXFORD: 'Liberation of the person through Christianity' at Pewsey House by Anthony Bloom . .. phone Brother Simon OXF 57607. NEWCASTLE: Mike Westbrook Band at the Newcastle Festival. ST. ALBANS: Ian Carr Quartet at the Goat I nn, Sopwell Lane: another London Jazz Centre Society Event. MANCHESTER: Gravy Train + Elastic Light Show + Punch & Judy Show at the Wellington In Dldsbury. 5/-. Bar, Cockles & Mussles etc 8pm. till 10,30pm. CAMBRIDGE: 'A Bout de Souffle' showing at Downing College Music Room. 8pm. ELY: Concert of Bach/Prokofiev in the Cathedral, tickets from 5/-'at Millers. BROMLEY: Mike Absalom at Bal Tabarln adjoining the Downham Tavern, Downham Way (01-698-6811). THURSDAY,OCT16 LEEDS: Mike Westbrook Band at the University: SCARBOROUGH: Free at the Penthouse, 35 St. Nicholas St. 9pm-2am. GUERNSEY: 'Othello' at the Odeon, phone Guernsey Central 20320. MANCHESTER: 'The October Revolution' at the Odeon. phone Man. Central 3984. LIVERPOOL: Family, Third Ear Band & Bridget St. John. 7.30pm. BRIGHTON: Mike Absalom joins Icicle at the Technical College, Lewes Rd., In an evening of himself, poetry & films .. . about 8pm I think but ring maybe? FRIDAY, OCT 17 DEVONPORT: Don't Look Back at the Van- dyke Club, Exmouth Rd. also 'Joe*. CROYDON: The Nice & King Crimson at Fair- field Hall. 7.45pm. INSTOW: Graham Collier Sextet at the Lobster Pot. BIRMINGHAM: Farenhelt 451 In the theatre of the Arts Lab. 11.30pm. BRIGHTON: Pentalngle at the Dome. 7.30pm. BRIGHTON: 'A Hard Days Night' at the Film- Theatre, also 'Pete Seeger & Friends'. 11pm (I think). BRIGHTON Campaign to Clear Hostels & Slums at the University, tomorrow as well. ROMFORD: Yes, at the Kings Head, Market Place .. . blues club . . ." LONDON: Hard Meat at the Speakeasy, 48 Margaret St., Wl. SATURDAY, OCTT8 BIRMINGHAM: Loot (Joe Orton). Crescent Theatre, Cumberland St., Bl. 8s (students 4s on mon & tues). DEVENPORT: Junior's Eyes at the Vandyke Club, Exmouth Road. 8pm. OXFORD: Continuous programme of Pacificist films all day at the Cowley Centre will be shown FREE by the Peace Pledge Union Film Van. COVENTRY: Mike Westbrook Concert Band at Lanchester College. 7.30pm. BLYTHE: Mike Absalom at the Windmill Inn, Cowpen Rd. .. . about 8pm. TWICKENHAM: Enrollment or Ensnarement Dance at the Technical College ... in Egerton Rd. Episode 6 & Magenta. 7/6 from the college In advance possibly free bowlers ...(?) BIRMINGHAM: At the Arts Lab 8pm 'Sound of One Hand Clapping' from Leicester. UXBRIDGE: Alan Price + Evolution + Walter Slade at one of Brunei's Balls at the Refectory Building, Brunei University, Kingston Lane. Phone UX 39125. TEDDINGTON! Rog Sutcllffe at The Anglers Hotel, Broom Rd. 8pm. SHEFFIELD: Stefan Grossman at the Hlghcliffe Hotel, Greystones Rd. Sll. ALNWICK; Mike Absalom at the Birdcage Club- (next to the GPO) about 8pm. BRISTOL: Pentangle 7.30pm at Colston Hall. SCARBOROUGH: Stefan Grossman at Pent- house, 35 St. Nicholas St. 9pm-2am. OXFORD: Free Films on War & Peace at Rus- kln College, Walton St. 8pm., Including Peter Watklns1 'Culloden1 and John Hubleyfs 'The Hole'/ MONDAY, OCT 20 GLASGOW! Easy Rider Is on at the Classic Cinema, 15 Renfleld St., C2. SOUTHAMPTON: Campaign to Clear Hostels & Slums, University Teach 1 n. NOTTINGHAM: The Scheme Scene at the Central Tavern. 8.15pm. Nick Redgrave sing- ing Steven Morris reading, Dave Albltt with Comment Scheme (It's near the market). LIVERPOOL: 'Look Back In Anger' at the Liverpool Playhouse Club. 7.30pm. Bl RMINGHAM: Ravi Shankar In concert at the Town Hall. 8pm. tickets from 8/-. ROMFORD: Taste at the Blues Club, Kings" Head, Market Place. BRISTOL: Plastic Dog at the Old Granary, with Village and Zap featuring Bouncer Jones & mind projections by Lightship TUESDAY, OCT 21 EGHAM: Mike Absalom at Shoreditch College, Coopers Hill, Englefleld Green. BIRMINGHAM: Hotel In Amsterdam (John Osborne) at the Repetory Theatre. LONDON: Quintessence at. the Speakeasy, 48 Margaret St., Wl. LONDON: Chicken Shack & Gypsy at the Marquee, 90 Wardour St. WHITBY: Jethro Boyce appeared In court last tuesday for his underpants display and was fined £10 and bound over to keep his pants on for one year . . . The Judge said 'This Is disgust- Ing behaviour. I hope you have learned your lesson1. The Jethro replied 'Knickers!1. more next week In your fun fun fun column. WEDNESDAY, OCT22 LIVERPOOL: Yoko Ono no. 4 Liverpool film group with Chapllns Burlesque on Carmen. At the Building & Design Centre, LI. 7.30pm. CAMBRIDGE: "The Left-Handed Gun' at Downing College Music Room. 8pm. ST. ALBANS: Alan Skldmore Quintet at the Goat Inn Sopwell Lane for yet another London Jazz Centre Society presentation. YORK: 'Diary of a Chambermaid' (Bunuel) at the Arts Centre, Mlcklegate. 8pm. & 10.30pm. PULBOROUGH: Folk Club. Stan & Ralph, John Osborne, Christine Padwlck & William I noes, also Minskles Minstrels . .. adm 2/-. BRISTOL: Plastic Dog presents at the Old Granary, Party Night with Phlneas Fogg & Orlglnn as well as surprising visuals from , First Light. BRISTOL: at the University 'Campaign to Clear Hostels & Slums'. Also tomorrow. DIDSBURY: Strawberry Blues + Elastic Light ' Show at the Wellington. 5/-. Bar Cockles & Mussles. 8pm-10.3Opm. LIVERPOOL: Recital by Taco Pena, flamenco guitarist. 7.30pm. Bluecoat Hall, School Lane. THURSDAY, OCT23 SCARBOROUGH: Spirit of John Morgan at Penthouse, 35 St. Nicholas St. 9pm-2am. LoKlOON: The Glass Menagerie at the Marques LEICESTER: Stefan Grossman'Mike Hart Ralp McTell Mike Chapman Alan Jackson Tony Crerar Pete Morgan or Brian Patten at the City of Leicester College of Education, Scraptoft. 7.30pm. 7/6 adv. 10/- at the door. LIVERPOOL: Yoko Ono no 4. see yesterday (if you can) FRIDAY, OCT 24 BRIGHTON: Late nite kink at the Film Theatre 'Night Games' (Shirley Temple didn't like It so It must be good). OXFORD: Campaign to Clear Hostels & Slums at the University tomorrow as well. ROMFORD: Muddy Waters Big Band at the Blues Club, Kings Head, Market Place. LONDON: No Arms for Nigeria. 3pm. Demon- stration beginning at Shell International Build- ing (Waterloo Underground). 3.30pm march to Whitehall/Downing Street. LYCEUM (Strand WC2) LONDON: Fleetwood Mac Howling Wolf Deep Purple and more all night. It's one of Brunels Balls (the other one). DEVENPORT: Family at the Vandyke Club, Exmouth Rd. 8pm. LONDON: Mike Absalom at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 8 Hunter St., (nr. Russell Sq.). It's a Jazz & folk night. BOLTON: Caravan & JC Heavy at the Albert Hall. 7.30pm - 12pm. LEICESTER: Per?tang|e at the De Montfort Hall. 7.30pm. SATURDAY, OCT 25 SHEFFIELD: Wlzz Jones & Christy Moore at the Hlghcliffe Hotel, Greystones Road. TEDDINGTON: The Heathslders at the Ang- lers Hotel, Broom Rd. 8pm. WEST MERSEA: Vibraganza of progressive sounds with lights, films & happenings at the Dabchlcks, The Hard, 7.30 12pm. 3/-. EVERYWHERE: If you say 'What About A Water Bottle Wibble'qulckly It's quite amazing ... If you say It In the bath It's rude. OXFORD: 'Campaign to Clear Hostels & Slums' at the University. Also tomorrow. LONDON: Trafalgar Square, another demo. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JACKY SUNDAY, OCT 26 EVERYWHERE: Today Is National Serendlppity Day. SCARBOROUGH: Ron Geesln at the Penthouse, 35 St. Nicholas St. 9pm - 2 am. DUDLEY WORCS: Mike Absalom at the Dudley Folk Club, Gladstone Liberal Club, Gladstone. PORTSMOUTH: Pentangle at the Guildhall. 7.30pm. SHEFFIELD: Easy Rider Is at the Classic Fitzalan Street. NOTTINGHAM: Easy Rider Is at the Classic Market Sq. LONDON: No Arms for Nigeria, lpm at Parlia- ment Hill marching to Trafalgar Square.