The top and middle floor of the club recently had a full electrical rewire, plus a partial rewire of the ground floor. Together with the new central heating system installed last year, this constitutes major improvements to the building costing in excess of £25,000.
This work could not have been done without the commitment and support of our members, together with the on-going excellent support given to the club by the volunteers at Bolton Unemployed Centre and the work they do on our behalf at music festivals around the country. Our thanks to them, and to everyone who has helped.
Saturdays 2-4 pm 5 Sept—start rehearsing for Raise Your Banners.
Then on the following dates…. 12, 19, 26 Sept, 3, 10, 17, 31 Oct (NO meeting 24 Oct)
7 and 8 Nov…. Raise your Banners festival
14 Nov - start practising for end of year concert 21, 28 Nov, 5, 12 December
Fri 4 Sept: THE PLAY GROUP Informal play reading. 8pm
Fri 11 Sept: THE PLAY GROUP Informal play reading. 8pm
Fri 18 Sept: RED CINEMA ‘Persepolis’. Animated film based on Marjorie Satrapi’s autobiographical novel about a young girl’s coming-of-age in Iran during the Islamic Revolution. 7.45pm
Fri 25 Sept: RED FRIDAY ‘The BNP: where to now?’ In light of Nick Griffin’s election as MEP, Chris Chilton leads a discussion of how best we combat the BNP in the future. Joint event with BAR. 8pm
Sunday 27th September WALK TO EDGWORTH BEER FESTIVAL
To raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Meet Bromley Cross Station. 11.00am
Fri 2 Oct: FREE AND EASY NIGHT. Nothing organised. Just good company and lively conversation.
Fri 9 Oct: RED FRIDAY ‘Dusty roads and dodgy sandals’ James Murray reports on his recent visit to Tanzania. 8pm
Fri 16 Oct: THE PLAY GROUP Visit to the Octagon to see Neil Duffield’s play ‘Dancing in my Dreams’. See Liz for tickets. 306505.
Fri 23 Oct: RED CINEMA ’Of time and the city’ Terence Davies’ love song and eulogy to Liverpool. The city today and its influences on him, growing up in the late 40’s and early 50’s. 7.45pm.
Fri 30 Oct: RED FRIDAY North of Ireland Today 40 years after British troops went into the north of Ireland, Declan O’Neill, originally from Belfast, looks back and examines the situation today. 8pm
Sat 31 Oct—Sun 1 Nov CLARION WORTLEY HALL WEEK-END Contact Charles Jepson to book
Fri 6 Nov: RED CINEMA. ’Milk’ Based on the life of gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk. Set in San Francisco with Sean Penn in the title role. 7.45pm
Fri 13 Nov: THE PLAY GROUP. Visit to the Octagon to see Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’. See Liz for tickets. 306505.
Fri 20 Nov: THE PLAY GROUP. Informal play reading. 8pm
Fri 27 Nov: RED FRIDAY. ‘Has the war on drugs succeeded?’ Speaker: Brian Iddon. MP Bolton South East.
Fri 4 Dec: THE PLAY GROUP. Informal play reading. 8pm
Sat 24 October 2pm - A VOICE FROM THE PAST Christine Crumblehulme tells all!
Sat 28 November 2pm - BASQUE CHILDREN IN BOLTON Charles Jepson & Stuart Walsh