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Talk, 'From drawing room Socialism to the Popular Front: Margot Heinemann 1933-36'

Event date : 12th Nov 2014

Three significant events shaped Margot Heinemann's decision to join the Communist Party in October 1934: the Armistice Day riots of 1933, the arrival of the second National Hunger March in Cambridge early in 1934, and the huge anti-fascist demonstration in September of that year. Jane Bernal, Margot's daughter, who is working on her biography, will talk about Margot's life between 1934 and 1936.

2pm, admission free, all welcome

 

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/talk-metfrom-drawing-room-socialism-to-the-popular-front-margot-heinemann-193336/


Book launch

Event date : 29th Oct 2014

Launch of Rob Turnbull's book Left for the Rising Sun, right for Swan Hunter: the Plebs League in the North East of England 1908-1926

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/book-launch/


The Quiet Bath - installation as part of the Flow Salford Festival

Event date : 19th Sep 2014

The Library is delighted to be involved in Flow Salford's weekend festival, hosting Facade Theatre's The Quiet Bath - 'an immersive sound and visual installation'.

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/the-quiet-bath--installation-as-part-of-the-flow-salford-festival/


Heritage Open Days 2014

Event date : 13th Sep 2014

Free 'behind the scenes' tours of the Library at 11.30, 12.30, 13.30, 14.30

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/heritage-open-days-2014/


What happened to political theatre? A personal view by Mike Harris

Event date : 10th Sep 2014

2pm talk

Script writer and director Mike Harris explores the relationship (if any) between his own work in touring theatre, radio drama, community theatre, and theatre in education from the late ‘70s to the present, and ‘The Great Tradition' of committed political theatre in this country which took a recognisably modern form in the 1920s and ‘30s.

Admission free

 

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/what-happened-to-political-theatre-a-personal-view-by-mike-harris/


The Great War - myths and realities

Event date : 6th Aug 2014

The first of our series of WW1 exhibitions probes behind the myths of war and its "glories".

http://www.wcml.org.uk/events/world-war-one--myths-and-realities/