Category: What’s On

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16th March 2017 What’s On

Saturday 25th March 2017

Poppycock, Kit B and Y-Key Operators
8.00pm at Fred’s Ale House, 843 Stockport Road, Levenshulme, M19 3PW
£5 on the door

Saturday 1st April 2017

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

https://www.facebook.com/liverpoolanarchistbookfair

Northern Vegan Festival

11am – 6pm at Manchester Central and other venues

https://www.northernveganfestival.com

Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/794284377381495/

Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/SheffieldBookfair

Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017

https://www.facebook.com/0161Festival

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

http://www.boltonsocialistclub.org.uk/index.php/10-jaggyblog/newsblog/497-desert-island-discs-with-boff-whalley-8pm-fri-3rd-march

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

https://www.facebook.com/events/1860076184208956/

https://www.facebook.com/events/1402243913122476/

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
£5.50
£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

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/i-daniel-blake-special-screening-tickets-32388692451/

Saturday 1st April 2017

Liverpool Anarchist Bookfair

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

https://www.facebook.com/liverpoolanarchistbookfair

Northern Vegan Festival

11am – 6pm at Manchester Central and other venues

https://www.northernveganfestival.com

Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/794284377381495/

Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/SheffieldBookfair

Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017

https://www.facebook.com/0161Festival

2nd February 2017 What’s On

Saturday 4th February

Manchester Against Trump’s Muslim Ban
2.00pm at Albert Square

Tuesday 14th February

MERCURY TALES / HOLIDAY / DON BLAKE / YEARN
£4 7.30pm The Old Abbey Taphouse, Guildhall Close, M15 6SY

Friday 24th – Sunday 26th Feb

Earth First! Winter Moot (Manchester)
A weekend of campaign updates, networking, planning, solidarity and socialising in the North West – the fracking frontline. Involved or want to get involved in ecological resistance in the Britain & Ireland? Whether you are fighting fracking, opencast coal, fracking, GM, nuclear power, new road building or quarries. The Winter Moot is for you.
Cost scale: £25/30. This includes full vegan meals and accommodation. Arrive Friday evening (from 6pm), leave Sunday (ends by 4pm). It will be an indoor floor sleeping space so bring a warm sleeping bag and mat too …
MERCI, Bridge 5 Mill, 22A Beswick Street, Manchester M4 7HR
Train – Manchester Piccadily Station is a 20 minute walk along the canal

Find out more: site@earthfirstgathering.org and http://earthfirstgathering.org/moot.html

Saturday 4th March 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/1402243913122476/

Saturday 11th March

Saturday 1st April 2017

Liverpool Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/liverpoolanarchistbookfair

Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/794284377381495/

Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/SheffieldBookfair

Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017

https://www.facebook.com/0161Festival

5th January What’s On

Thursday 19th January 2017

SNFU, Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man, Denim & Leather and AVAS
Gullivers, Oldham Street
£10 Advance
https://www.facebook.com/events/1111790802274650/

Saturday 21st January 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/1663152183997400/

With tAngerinecAt , Code: Marla vs Spire Cranes, Stephanie Finnegan, Tekla, Cynthia’s Periscope and Rik Andrive

https://www.facebook.com/events/1133882440057760/

https://www.facebook.com/events/579617482220509/

Saturday 4th March 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/1402243913122476/

Saturday 1st April 2017

Liverpool Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/liverpoolanarchistbookfair

Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/794284377381495/

Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/SheffieldBookfair

Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017

https://www.facebook.com/0161Festival

22nd December 2016 What’s On

Saturday 31st December (New Year’s Eve)

John Player Specials last show with Riggots, Rising Strike, Livestock Jihad, Stuck in a Rut and more.

7.00pm at Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham Street, M4 1LW

https://www.facebook.com/events/1697698903891340/

Saturday 21st January 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/579617482220509/

Saturday 4th March 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/1402243913122476/

Saturday 1st April 2017

Liverpool Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/liverpoolanarchistbookfair

Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd April 2017

https://www.facebook.com/events/794284377381495/

Saturday 20th May 2017

Sheffield Anarchist Bookfair

https://www.facebook.com/SheffieldBookfair

 

Friday 23rd June-Sunday 25th June 2017

https://www.facebook.com/0161Festival

 

8th December 2016 What’s On

Saturday 10th December

http://www.bookfair.org.uk

https://www.facebook.com/events/1267910779919788/

After Party at Islington Mill with the Autonomads, Attempts, Holiday, Coproach and Lab Rats.

7.45PM £5 on the door

https://www.facebook.com/events/860832837365272

Sunday 11th December

https://www.facebook.com/events/1750669961852437/

Friday 16th December

https://www.facebook.com/events/1842824009335482/

Saturday 31st December (New Year’s Eve)

John Player Specials last show with Rights, Rising Strike, Livestock Jihad, Stuck in a Rut and more.

7.00pm at Gullivers NQ, 109 Oldham Street, M4 1LW

https://www.facebook.com/events/1697698903891340/

Anything we should include? Drop us a line at radio@underthepavement.org

24th November 2016 What’s On

Saturday 26th November

A complete screening of “The House That Jack Built” by Shelagh Delaney

Shelagh Delaney grew up in Salford and came to fame in the late 1950s with her play A Taste of Honey, staged by Joan Littlewood, and later filmed by Tony Richardson. Her work for television has often been overlooked.

The House That Jack Built was broadcast by the BBC in the summer of 1977 and has never been repeated or released on DVD. The six 30 minute plays tell the story of the marriage of Jack (played by Duggie Brown) and Lou (played by Sharon Duce) over ten years. The Mary Quaile Club is showing this series by special arrangement with the British Film Institute.

In an interview Shelagh said of the drama, “Well I suppose they lose their innocence. That’s what the play is really about. They learn they’ve got to put up with things they don’t really want to put up with…certain aspects of each other. Jack’s head is full of ideas. He’s a poet. They are building something physical and emotional and sometime something collapses and they build it up again. They are concerned with timeless things like money food and sex. Jack and Lu are both very sexy. They enjoy sex. But there isn’t a bedroom scene in the plays. The audience expects explicit sex, but it’s more potent when it isn’t explicit.”

Nancy Banks Smith wrote in her review in The Guardian, “It had one of the finest openings since Damn said The Duchess. Enter the bride spectacularly drunk. As Jack the groom described it diplomatically ‘You danced every dance, you told a couple of jokes and when you’d had enough you fell down.’ This turned the traditional wedding night on its head with bride vowing – over and above love and honour – total future abstinence…I quite see that all this may wrinkle the nose of the more fastidious among us, but don’t read what I say, do what I do. Watch it..”

The House That Jack Built is being shown in two halves of 90 minutes each with an intermission for refreshments. Entrance is £5 (£4 for members of Equity, Musicians’ Union and the Writers Guild).

Advance booking is strongly recommended for this one-off event as seating is limited. Please email: maryquaileclub@gmail.com

This screening has been sponsored by Gill and Trevor Griffiths.

Saturday 26th November, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Venue : Three Minute Theatre, Afflecks Arcade, 35-39 Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JG.

Radical Space is the Place: night culture panel discussion

Panel Discussion – “RADICAL SPACE IS THE PLACE”

Chair: DAVE HASLAM (ex-Hacienda DJ, author of Life After Dark: A History of British Nightclubs and Music Venues)

Panellists:
Andy Abbott (Musician/Artist – That Fucking Tank, M@BU, Recon)
Flick Henson (Disability Rights Campaigner, poet & graphic designer)
Greg Thorpe (DJ – Drunk At Vogue and founder of A Queer Revue!)
Marcus Clarke (Writer/Musician – Noisey, Destroy All Monsters, Partisan Collective)
Sarah Statham (Musician/Label Boss – CHUNK, Esper Scout, Living Body, Bomb The Twist)

We discuss the subcultural roots of night life culture and what is happening to night-life in Manchester and the UK in the context of austerity, growing gentrification and dispossession. We ask what does it take for a space to be truly accessible? How can nightlife be truly radical? How can we resist commercialisation and reclaim progressive cultures of the night?

Entry is FREE but places are limited so please register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/radical-space-is-the-place-panel-discussion-tickets-29028634427

7 PM – 9 PM, Texture MCR, 67 Lever Street, M1 1FL Manchester, United Kingdom

https://www.facebook.com/events/201956626896537/

Followed by…

Partisan Collective Present Residence: MEAT FREE / ARTHOUSE / ELEVATOR

Residence brings together residents from some of the best underground music nights in Manchester.

This sessions brings you:

Lucy (MEAT FREE DJS);
Moid, Jagger and the Bat (Arthouse);
Tom Gillespie (Elevator)

House and techno all night long.

We are raising money for a permanent space for Partisan. Learn more and donate here: http://www.spacehive.com/partisancollective

Tickets: FREE to members, £5 to others, £2 unwaged
To become a member simply donate to our Crowdfunder. Membership gets you a range of other benefits (as well as supporting Partisan).

PLEASE NOTE: This is not an accessible space. We want to offer a full apology for this situation. We initially booked an accessible space, which fell through and then booked this venue on the understanding that it was accessible. We have tried to move the event, but cannot find an accessible space that is available.

Partisan are committed to holding events in accessible venues and all future fundraisers will be in fully accessible venues. We recognise that this is a serious problem in the night time economy in Manchester. Partisan, once established, will be fully accessible.

9.00pm-3.00am at The Old Abbey Taphouse, Guildhall Close, M15 6SY

https://www.facebook.com/events/161571934311348/

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/197778857297969/

Levellers Levelling The Land 25th Anniversary Gig

Manchester Academy, SOLD OUT!

Monday 28th November

Manchester Punk Festival Present: A Fat Wreck Film Documentary

7.30pm at Soup Kitchen, 31-33 Spear Street, Northern Quarter, M1 1DF SOLD OUT!

Saturday 3rd December

“We are the Lions” Looking Back at the Grunwick Strike 1976-1978.

Forty years ago in August 1976 six workers walked out of Grunwick Film Processing Laboratory in Willesden, thereby igniting an historic two-year dispute. They were soon joined by most of the workforce.

As the first workers left the factory, one – Jayaben Desai – offered a parting shot to the management: “What you are running here is not a factory, it is a zoo. But in a zoo there are many types of animals. Some are monkeys who dance on your fingertips, others are lions who can bite your head off. We are the lions, Mr Manager.”

Thousands of trade unionists from around the country, including miners, came to the aid of the mostly female Asian work force, and it became one of the most bitterly fought trade union battles of the 1970s. On the picket lines police assaulted and arrested hundreds of trade unionists.

At this event we will be screening a 60 minute documentary The Great Grunwick Strike, made in 2008 by Chris Thomas for Brent Trades Council. This tells the story of the strike, and includes interview with the strikers and their supporters.

Our speakers at this event will be

Sujata Aurora, Chair of the Grunwick 40 Steering Group, an alliance of Brent-based trade unionists and community campaigners formed to mark the 40th anniversary of the Grunwick strike. She has been active in anti-racist and solidarity movements for three decades
Lisa Turnbull from the Durham Teaching Assistants, a group of mainly women workers who are facing huge wage cuts imposed by Labour-controlled Durham County Council and have voted overwhelmingly to strike.
This event has been organised in conjunction with the Manchester and Salford branch of the National Union of Journalists and Manchester Trades Union Council.

Tea and cakes will be served at the end. Entrance is free with ac ollection to defray expenses.

Guidance on how to find the Working Class Movement Library can be found here.

Seating is limited in the Annexe so to be sure of a seat at this event please book in advance: maryquaileclub@gmail.com

1pm-3pm, Annexe at the Working Class Movement Library, 51 Crescent, Salford M5 4WX

Thursday 8th December

An Evening with Quiet Loner

6.00pm-8.00pm, People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Manchester, M3 3ER

Free but register at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-quiet-loner-tickets-27413386176

Saturday 10th December

https://www.facebook.com/events/1267910779919788/

After Party at Islington Mill with the Autonomads, Attempts, Holiday, Coproach and Lab Rats.

7.45PM £5 on the door

https://www.facebook.com/events/860832837365272

Sunday 11th December

https://www.facebook.com/events/1750669961852437/

Anything we should include? Drop us a line at radio@underthepavement.org

10th November What’s On

Saturday 12th November

Autonomads, Crywank, The Lab Rats and one more Partisan Fundraiser
The Old Abbey Taphouse, Guildhall Close, M15 6SY.
(https://www.facebook.com/abbeyinnmcr/)
We are currently fundraising for a permanent space for Partisan in Manchester to create a space for independent, DIY, cultural and political activities in Manchester (www.spacehive.com/partisancollective)

Entry:
FREE to members (just donate to our Crowdfunder to become a member – www.spacehive.com/partisancollective)
or, £5 on the door.

All profits to go to Partisan Collective to create a permanent space.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1876033269294219/

TAngerinecAT and Stephanie Finegan

Doors: 8pm Admission £3 on the door
Venue: Fuel Cafe Bar
448 Wilmslow Rd, Manchester M20 3BW

Saturday 26th November

A complete screening of “The House That Jack Built” by Shelagh Delaney

Shelagh Delaney grew up in Salford and came to fame in the late 1950s with her play A Taste of Honey, staged by Joan Littlewood, and later filmed by Tony Richardson. Her work for television has often been overlooked.

The House That Jack Built was broadcast by the BBC in the summer of 1977 and has never been repeated or released on DVD. The six 30 minute plays tell the story of the marriage of Jack (played by Duggie Brown) and Lou (played by Sharon Duce) over ten years. The Mary Quaile Club is showing this series by special arrangement with the British Film Institute.

In an interview Shelagh said of the drama, “Well I suppose they lose their innocence. That’s what the play is really about. They learn they’ve got to put up with things they don’t really want to put up with…certain aspects of each other. Jack’s head is full of ideas. He’s a poet. They are building something physical and emotional and sometime something collapses and they build it up again. They are concerned with timeless things like money food and sex. Jack and Lu are both very sexy. They enjoy sex. But there isn’t a bedroom scene in the plays. The audience expects explicit sex, but it’s more potent when it isn’t explicit.”

Nancy Banks Smith wrote in her review in The Guardian, “It had one of the finest openings since Damn said The Duchess. Enter the bride spectacularly drunk. As Jack the groom described it diplomatically ‘You danced every dance, you told a couple of jokes and when you’d had enough you fell down.’ This turned the traditional wedding night on its head with bride vowing – over and above love and honour – total future abstinence…I quite see that all this may wrinkle the nose of the more fastidious among us, but don’t read what I say, do what I do. Watch it..”

The House That Jack Built is being shown in two halves of 90 minutes each with an intermission for refreshments. Entrance is £5 (£4 for members of Equity, Musicians’ Union and the Writers Guild).

Advance booking is strongly recommended for this one-off event as seating is limited. Please email: maryquaileclub@gmail.com

This screening has been sponsored by Gill and Trevor Griffiths.

Saturday 26th November, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Venue : Three Minute Theatre, Afflecks Arcade, 35-39 Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JG.

Residence: A Partisan Fundraiser

Come down for a panel discussion, and then get on your dancing shoes for our fundraising party where we’ll have residents from Manchester’s best underground parties playing til the early hours.

Speakers, residents and ticket details will be annouced sooon: get it in your diaries!

7.30pm at Islington Mill, James Street, M3 5HW

https://www.facebook.com/events/201956626896537/

 

Saturday 10th December

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1267910779919788/

After Party at Islington Mill with the Autonomads, Attempts, Holiday, Coproach and Lab Rats.

7.45PM £5 on the door

https://www.facebook.com/events/860832837365272

Anything we should include? Drop us a line at radio@underthepavement.org

27th October 2016 What’s On

Friday 28th October

Manchester says Refugees Welcome Here!

Join our protest vigil to send a clear message – the refugee children are welcome!

Demand the British government bring the stranded children to Britain for safety. They are welcome here! The Dubs ammendment must be enacted now!

Stand up to the racisism directed at refugees and migrants.

6.00pm-7.00pm, St Peters Square, M2 3DF

https://www.facebook.com/events/354427651567034/

Manchester Critical Mass
6.00pm at Central Library
Critical Mass cycle ending up at Old Abbey Inn for afterparty / booze / bicycle dancers.
https://www.facebook.com/CriticalMassManchester/

Saturday 29th October

London Anarchist Bookfair

Bookfair2016

This year’s London Anarchist Bookfair will be on Saturday 29th October from 10am to 7pm.

Venue: Park View School, West Green Road, London, N15 3QR

http://anarchistbookfair.org.uk

Sunday 30th October

Thursday 3rd November

In April 2016 Charlotte Delaney, playwright and daughter of Shelagh Delaney (the Salford writer of A Taste of Honey, Dance with a Stranger and other plays) retraced an epic rail journey across America that her mother had first made in 1972. She was accompanied by Selina Todd, historian and author of The People: the rise and fall of the working class, who is now writing the authorised biography of Shelagh Delaney. The journey helped shape Charlotte’s latest play, Sweet Responsibility, which is having its first reading in the UK on Thursday 3 November 6pm at the Working Class Movement Library. Come and hear Charlotte and Selina discuss the life of one of Salford’s most famous daughters – and listen to members of MaD Theatre Company read Sweet Responsibility, Charlotte’s play about friendship and activism, as the ugly underbelly of a rural idyll puts a treasured friendship to the test.
As Charlotte explains: ‘I wanted to write the humour, horror, courage and love that lives in all of us and when we’re not vigilant can sometimes spill over’. Selina Todd adds: ‘Charlotte Delaney’s drama is the latest addition to Salford’s proud tradition of radical drama and women pioneers – not least Shelagh Delaney and more recently Maxine Peake’.
Free tickets for the event are available via Eventbrite here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/charlotte-delaneys-sweet-responsibility-first-uk-reading-tickets-28654383031

We expect tickets to book up fast – and please note that because of limited space, people will only be able to get in to the event if they have a ticket.

Saturday 12th November

Autonomous, Crywank, The Lab Rats and one more Partisan Fundraiser
The Old Abbey Taphouse, Guildhall Close, M15 6SY.
(https://www.facebook.com/abbeyinnmcr/)
We are currently fundraising for a permanent space for Partisan in Manchester to create a space for independent, DIY, cultural and political activities in Manchester (www.spacehive.com/partisancollective)

Entry:
FREE to members (just donate to our Crowdfunder to become a member – www.spacehive.com/partisancollective)
or, £5 on the door.

All profits to go to Partisan Collective to create a permanent space.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1876033269294219/

Saturday 26th November

A complete screening of “The House That Jack Built” by Shelagh Delaney

Shelagh Delaney grew up in Salford and came to fame in the late 1950s with her play A Taste of Honey, staged by Joan Littlewood, and later filmed by Tony Richardson. Her work for television has often been overlooked.

The House That Jack Built was broadcast by the BBC in the summer of 1977 and has never been repeated or released on DVD. The six 30 minute plays tell the story of the marriage of Jack (played by Duggie Brown) and Lou (played by Sharon Duce) over ten years. The Mary Quaile Club is showing this series by special arrangement with the British Film Institute.

In an interview Shelagh said of the drama, “Well I suppose they lose their innocence. That’s what the play is really about. They learn they’ve got to put up with things they don’t really want to put up with…certain aspects of each other. Jack’s head is full of ideas. He’s a poet. They are building something physical and emotional and sometime something collapses and they build it up again. They are concerned with timeless things like money food and sex. Jack and Lu are both very sexy. They enjoy sex. But there isn’t a bedroom scene in the plays. The audience expects explicit sex, but it’s more potent when it isn’t explicit.”

Nancy Banks Smith wrote in her review in The Guardian, “It had one of the finest openings since Damn said The Duchess. Enter the bride spectacularly drunk. As Jack the groom described it diplomatically ‘You danced every dance, you told a couple of jokes and when you’d had enough you fell down.’ This turned the traditional wedding night on its head with bride vowing – over and above love and honour – total future abstinence…I quite see that all this may wrinkle the nose of the more fastidious among us, but don’t read what I say, do what I do. Watch it..”

The House That Jack Built is being shown in two halves of 90 minutes each with an intermission for refreshments. Entrance is £5 (£4 for members of Equity, Musicians’ Union and the Writers Guild).

Advance booking is strongly recommended for this one-off event as seating is limited. Please email: maryquaileclub@gmail.com

This screening has been sponsored by Gill and Trevor Griffiths.

Saturday 26th November, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Venue : Three Minute Theatre, Afflecks Arcade, 35-39 Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JG.

 

Residence: A Partisan Fundraiser

Come down for a panel discussion, and then get on your dancing shoes for our fundraising party where we’ll have residents from Manchester’s best underground parties playing til the early hours.

Speakers, residents and ticket details will be annouced sooon: get it in your diaries!

7.30pm at Islington Mill, James Street, M3 5HW

https://www.facebook.com/events/201956626896537/

Saturday 10th December

 https://www.facebook.com/events/1267910779919788/

After Party at Islington Mill with the Autonomads, Attempts, Holiday, Coproach and Lab Rats.

7.45PM £5 on the door

https://www.facebook.com/events/860832837365272

Anything we should include? Drop us a line at radio@underthepavement.org