A Touch of Class (Dir. Melvin Frank 1973)
A tribute to the wonderful Glenda Jackson, who died earlier this year, to kick off our autumn season. A sparkling romantic comedy which won its star an Oscar. Very funny and played with chic aplomb by Jackson and co-star George Segal.
Free event Bucket collection
Doors 3pm, music from 4-10 pm
Annual free event and warm up for the Wigan Diggers festival (Sat 9 Sept). Donations to Wigan Diggers, various stalls, raffle and food provided (for small charge to Bolton diggers).
Entertainment from: Crows of Albion, Thomas Raven, Nina and Dan, Dave Lockley, James J Turner, Road to Poppyville, Graham Windle, Rooster Rebellion, plus open mic.
Hosted by Jefferama
Save the Cinema (Dir Sara Sugarman 2022)
Wood Street Craftivists Workshop
Our theme this year is ‘Women and the Trade Unions’ and our speakers are Andrea Egan, President of UNISON and Julia Simpkins from the National Education Union. Given the cost of living crisis and the current range of activity and strikes among workers, it should be a lively, informative and enjoyable afternoon.