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Saturday 21st March 2015
Mary Quaile Day
A day of talks and discussion on radical history and politics.
Lincoln 1 Room, Methodist Central Hall, 4/5 Oldham Street, Manchester M1 1JQ
Programme for the day
Registration 10.00 am to 10.30am
Morning session 10.30am to 1pm
The socialist origins of International Women’s Day – Ciara O’Sullivan
The life and politics of Mary Quaile, trade unionist and socialist – Alison Ronan
Trade Unionism Today – Hannah Ravenscroft
Women for Independence, Scotland – Natalie McGarry
Podemos in Spain – Alba Maiques
Lunch 1pm to 2pm (not included)
Afternoon session 2pm to 4.30pm
Sex, Race and Class – Selma James
Panel Discussion: Where are Women in 2015? Speakers: Bernadette Hyland, Jessica Lishak and Annette Wright
Conference fee £5.00 / £1.00 (people on JSA).
To book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 25th March 2015
Close Up’ Feat Mark Stewart
Mark Stewart will be at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester discussing his work, career and ideas with DJ/writer Dave Haslam, taking audience questions, followed by a signing session.
One of the most intriguing people ever to use a microphone, Mark Stewart came to prominence in late 1970s Bristol fronting the Pop Group – politically-engaged and sonically-adventurous with an intensity matched by few bands before or since.
Mark worked with Adrian Sherwood of On-U Sound through the 1990s and beyond, releasing records firstly as Mark Stewart and the Maffia, then as a solo artist. Reformed, the Pop Group released their first studio album in 35 years, ‘Citizen Zombie’, in February 2015.
Doors open 6.15, event starts 7pm.
Anthony Burgess Foundation
Tickets: £9.25 ( £8.00 ticket price + £1.25 fees) from Quay Tickets
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