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Additional informations: International Cultural Event 100 years October Revolution

 

28 October – 6 p.m., Emscher-Lippe-Halle, Adenauerallee 118, Gelsenkirchen

 

The socialist revolution of October 1917 was an event of worldwide significance. It gave rise to the general crisis of capitalism which has been deepening until today. The revolutionary Russian workers seized state power under the leadership of the Communist Party with Lenin at its head. This first successful proletarian revolution ended World War I and liberated millions of people from servitude and oppression.

Today the October Revolution and the achievements of socialist construction under Lenin and Stalin are a signal for more and more people that capitalism with all its destructive frenzy is not the end of history. The liberation of the working class from exploitation and oppression is possible.

International Cultural Event

The event will be taking place on Saturday, 28 October, in Gelsenkirchen in the Emscher-Lippe-Halle. Doors open at 5 p.m.

Visitors can expect a diversified cultural program, international contributions with live music, revue, exhibition and a wide offer of media and literature.

 

Access to cultural event:

Coming from highway A2: exit Gelsenkirchen-Buer, in the roundabout to the right into Emil-Zimmermann-Allee, then to the right again into Adenauerallee

Coming from highway A42: follow the signs to Arena, the hall is in close proximity.

 

Ticket

Regular price

on the day

Regular price

in advance

Reduced price*

on the day

Reduced price*

in advance

Solidarity price

Seminar 1 day

€ 19

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Seminar complete

€ 45

€ 42

€ 39

€ 36

€ 60

Cultural Event only

€ 13

€ 12

€ 11

€ 10

€ 18

All-inclusive ticket Seminar + Cultural Event

€ 53

€ 49

€ 45

€ 41

€ 75

* Hartz-IV recipients (social welfare benefits recipients), low-income earners and pensioners, pupils/students

Prices for international participants at www.icor.info

 

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