12th September What’s On

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Saturday 14th September

Monday September 16th

This month’s People’s Kitchen is being run by Kaye Phillips to raise much needed funds for HighPeak WomensAid.

We’ll be preparing a a communal meal and dessert at Glossop Labour Club. Main meal will be priced at £3 and cake at £1 per portion.

Food will be served from 6.30pm, please contact us if you think you will be later than 7pm.

All food will be vegan with gluten free options available.

To book indicate you are ‘Attending’ this event, email peopleskitchenglossop@gmail.com or text 0782 861 7933. Demand is anticipated to be high for this event so please book to avoid disappointment.

Only indicate you are ‘Attending’ is you are sure you will be, it’s essential we have a good idea of numbers.


Thursday 19th September

International Workers of The Worls Public Meeting

The IWW is a radical union for all workers. This is a public meeting for members and people interested in the IWW with a view to setting up a Manchester General Members Branch (GMB).

A GMB is crucial to providing you with support in your work place and provide vital support for establishing workplace branches.

7.00pm Friends Meeting House

Saturday 21st September

Special showing of a film by Ken Loach: The Spirit of 1945

This documentary shows how, in 1945, a Britain battered by five years of war built a Welfare State and National Health Service which was the envy of the world. Now that precious legacy is under threat from privatisation. Please come along, see the film and then discuss how we can keep our NHS public.
Organised by Tameside Keep Our NHS Public. TamesideKONP@gmail.com
6.30pm-9.00pm Mossley Community Centre , Roughtown Road, Mossley OL5 0SG Free
(6.30pm tea and cakes. 7pm film show (90 minutes) followed by discussion.)

Manchester Campfire
The initiative for the Campfire originated at the Latin America Day School in January. The Campfire is an attempt at weaving a social fabric in Manchester through sharing stories of resistance. The theme of the first meeting will be ‘Peace.’ During the little school the compas asked one thing of us: Organize! Let’s do it, and let’s make sure that we organize with a texture that sustains and resists.
7pm, The Yard, Hulme. More information to follow.


Sunday 29th September


Anti Capitalist Roadshow features Leon Rosselson, Roy Bailey, Peggy Seeger, Jim Woodland, Sandra Kerr and Janet Russell.

7.00pm Bridge 5 Mill Tickets £10 (£8 concessions).


Monday 30th September

Manchester Film Co-operative would like to invite you to a screening of the Spanish historical drama Libertarias.

Set in 1936, Maria, a young nun is recruited by Pilar, a militant feminist, into an anarchist militia following the onset of the Spanish Civil War. Guided by the older woman, Maria is exposed to the realities of war and revolution, and comes to question her former, sheltered life. While fully immersed in the overall enthusiasm of revolutionary Spain, Pilar and friends find themselves fighting against deep gender inequality which complicates their efforts in the war against Francisco Franco’s Nationalist/Fascist/Catholic forces.

Time Out said that the film “deserves praise for its feminist perspective on the course of the 1936-7 revolution, when women’s liberation was a logical, if hardly well-recognised, constituent of the libertarian ideals that the Spanish working class rose up to assert.”

Doors at 7pm, the film to begin at 7:30pm. Admission: £3 waged, £2 unwaged/student. Venue: The Kings Arms, Bloom Street, Salford.

More information: http://www.manchesterfilm.coop

Wednesday 9th October

CULTURE SHOCK | AOS3 | Black Star Dub Collective | Sporadics | Autonomads
The Big Western, Moss Side Tickets £9 from here


Saturday 12th October


Sunday 20th October


Thursday 21st November

Morning Glory plus 2 Sick Monkeys, Dead Subverts and Revenge of the Psychotronic Man
7.00pm Star and Garter, Fairfield Street (near Piccadilly Railway Station) £10 adv/ £12 on the door

Saturday 23rd November

Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair

Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/305339022930675


Great list of punk gigs in Manchester at this new website: http://www.punkgigsmanchester.co.uk Add your gigs there.
Also check out http://www.punx.co.uk for a list of national punk gigs

Any what’s ons?

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