After a fun day of action and information at St John's you are invited to

Razing The Bar For Human Rights In China.

at the King Edward VII public house (The Eddie) directly opposite the church

King Eddie's is a 19th century grade II listed pub. With its low ceilings and open fires the pub has a country feel, and is a world away from the bustle of the town centre.

Aftermath is a night of music and entertainment featuring local artists in support of Amnesty International presented by Open Mic Night @ The Eddie & Crane Walker Promotions.

Artists confirmed so far include Ryan Barquilla (Anything & Everything), Bill & Ben & Friends (Indie Rock), Ciáran Dempsey (Folk and Folk Rock), Chris Exton (Blues, Rock and Blues Rock), Ed Furst (Rock 'n' Whatever from the 1960s onwards), Lord Luken (Fresh from their recent tour of Scotland), The Sneezy T's (Redneck Vaudeville at it's worst best), Terry Sweeney (Folk and Folk Rock with an edge), Tacoma (Folk Bluegrass Dutch Pop) and Steve White (Acoustic Punk Singalong)

It starts at 7pm and ends around midnight. Entrance is free, but the beer isn't.
There will be collection boxes for Amnesty International.