MAYORAL DEBATE @CHANNEL 4 – LIVE STREAM 22/2 6.30pm

Lyrix Organix is very proud to be joining forces with UpRise Festival, who are hosting a Mayoral Debate for young people between the 5 main candidates – including Boris Johnson (tbc), Ken Livingstone and Brian Paddick. This special and crucial event will be taking place at Channel 4′s HQ, and is chaired by Bonnie Greer. The host will be Konnie Huq, with the debate streamed live on Channel 4 on Wed 22 Feb. Lyrix-founder Dan Tsu will be reading the closing speech on behalf of UpRise’s equality manifesto (about 8pm). Cannot wait.

To watch the live stream from 6.30pm click here: http://www.betherecentral.com/content/2130_4Talent/dysv2202/live.php

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