2nd March What’s On

Friday 3rd March 2017

Desert Island Discs with Boff Whalley

Former Chumbawamba front man Boff Whalley reveals the music that informed his politics and shaped his outlook on life. Julia Simpkins asks the question and cues the tracks.
Free event

As Boff describes it…

I’m at the fantastic Bolton Socialist Club doing a sort of Desert Island Discs thing. From West Side Story via the Pistols and Swan Arcade to Beans on Toast. That may not make much sense to you. I don’t know if I’m singing and playing anything there or just talking and telling jokes.

8.00pm at Bolton Socialist Club, Wood Street, Bolton


Saturday 4th March 2017


King Champion Sounds (described as ex The Ex!) plus Unpaid Intern

7.30pm at Fallow Café, 2A Landcross Road, M14 6NA
Tickets: £6.60 from http://www.seetickets.com/event/king-champion-sounds-unpaid-intern/the-fallow-cafe/1063182



Saturday 11th March

Wonder Women: Ladyfest MCR: Putting Women Up Front

This year Ladyfest hosts a specially created event for Wonder Women, exploring themes on visibility, body politics and identity in the context of the modern music industry.

This one-day event aims to encourage women to get involved in the music industry through practical sound production and music business workshops, plus an interactive lab from pioneers developing access for disabled musicians and promoters.

There’s a chance to hear Caro C – co-founder of Delia Derbyshire Day – deliver her talk ‘Visibility is Key’ on women in tech and electronic music. The musical programme rounds off with a panel discussion from key female figures in the music industry.

Wrapping up the day is the local body positive campaign ‘Free to be OK with Me’ – with workshops to encourage acceptance of our own bodies whatever their shape and with activist art shining a light on key body image issues.

13:00 Practical and interactive workshops

15:00 Caro C – Visibily is Key

15:30 Q&A Panel – Moderated by Abigail Ward

17:30 Body Positive Campaign – Free to be OK with me

1pm – 7pm at Islington Mill, James Street, Salford
Donations welcome to keep Ladyfest Manchester alive!

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/419086305090920/

Wednesday 22nd March

I Daniel Blake film screening

The Klondyke in association with Greater Manchester Unite Community Branch are proud to present a pay as you feel showing of ” I Daniel Blake”

Ken Loach`s powerful 2016 film ” I Daniel Blake” has been a huge box office success and has won many prestigous awards for its realistic and moving portrayal of the failings of the benifit system and the impact this has on people`s lives in 21st century Britain.
Unite Community campaign against benifit sanctions, welfare cuts and zero hour contracts and provide support to people experiencing difficulties with benifits in Manchester. We will be offering some free tickets for the film to people that Unite meet and help at local jobcentres, who havent yet been able to afford to see the film which depicts their daily experiences with the DWP. Other tickets will be availabe on a pay as you feel basis. all profits will be split equally to help local food banks, the unemployed worker`s centre.
A vegan curry with rice will be available for all after the film, followed by an optional open disscusiion and questions and answers with a well selected panel.
Sweets, popcorn and other refreshements availble PLEASE NOTE …. The Klondyke have kindly offered the room for free so any beverages alcholic or soft must be purchased from the bar
There is a raffle on the night and also an online raffle both with a large ammount of prizes all donated by local people and businesses.
Please remember when at the payment stage that it says a donation we reccommend =
£3.50 minium
£8.50 generous
all procceeds go to a great cause please give extra if you can

The Klondyke, 1 Burnage Range, Levenshulme, Manchester, M19 2HQ


Saturday 1st April 2017

Liverpool Anarchist Bookfair

11.00am-5.00pm at The Black-E, 1 Great George Street, L1 5EW


Northern Vegan Festival

11am – 6pm at Manchester Central and other venues


Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017


Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair


Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017


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