Join us for an evening of fixing and learning about electronic waste in collaboration with Transition Dartmouth Park!
We'll help you learn how to fix all kinds of devices, starting with troubleshooting, advising on spare parts if necessary and more. Take back control of your e-stuff, never feel victim to obsolescence again. Slow laptops, broken printers, smartphones, coffee grinders, you name it. Don't forget to bring some snacks and home-made food in support of repairers! At 7pm, we'll have a special screening of short film ‘The Story of Electronics' followed by short conversation with Toby Miller (Author of “Greening the Media”) and our co-founder Ugo, talking about e-waste and reusing what we have.
Feel free to bring along things that need fixing e.g. computers, laptops, DVD players, phones, watches and other electronic items. Please arrive by 8pm if you need help with any repair.
6pm - We begin the Restart Party normally
7pm – ‘Story of Electronic Stuff short film’, speakers and FAQ -
9.30pm – Finish
remember: we're happy to help for you to learn how to repair. We are not repair professionals, and Restart Parties are a community self-repair space. Attending means that you take responsibility for your own gadget, your own data, so please do not forget to back-up your data.
Closest stations: Tufnell Park on Northern Line / Gospel Oak on the Overground