Posted on: January 3, 2016 Posted by: Richard Barbrook Comments: 0

Ludic Situationism in the Service of the Revolution

“The general should possess a talent for sudden and appropriate improvisation. He should be endowed with the capacity of being prepared for everything, with activity accompanied by judgement, with skill to make a proper decision on all occasions, and exactness of discernment.” – Maurice de Saxe

UCLU George Farha Cafe Bar,
136 Gower Street,
London WC1E 6BP

Friday 12th February: Frank Chadwick, Tet Offensive

All training sessions start at 6.30pm.

Under the banner of the Ludic Science Club, Class Wargames meets on Friday evenings to play, discuss and analyse different politico-military simulations.

For more details about specific sessions, check out Class Wargames’ Facebook group.

Class Wargames Film and Participatory Playing of Guy Debord’s The Game of War

Wednesday 20th January

The Common House,
Unit 5E,
5 Pundersons Gardens,
Bethnal Green,
London E2 9QG

This event is hosted by PLANK: the blog for the Politically Led Art & Networked Knowledge.

Image: Childish Propaganda, MQ-17