Roger Waters to Perform ‘Wish You Were Here’ for Julian Assange Outside Britain’s Home Office on 2 Sep 2019
On Monday, 2 Sep, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd will perform his classic ‘Wish You Were Here‘ outside the Home Office (Interior Ministry) on Marsham Street in the heart of London.
I will be speaking. Join us at 6 p.m. in solidarity with Britain’s major political prisoner.
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