2Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting
3Veg Out! - Most Tuesdays, from 7pm
4ThreePenny Kino – “They Live” Dir. John Carpenter Wed Dec 4th 8pm
5New Reading Group @ Solidarity Books! "Caliban and the Witch" Thursday September 5th at 8pmBook Launch – Conor McCabe's "Sins of the Father" 2nd Ed. - Thur Dec 5th 7:30pm
9Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting
10Veg Out! - Most Tuesdays, from 7pm
11ThreePenny Kino – Cork Women's Right To Choose " If These Walls Could Talk" Dir. Cher, Nancy Savoca Wednesday December 11th 8pm
12New Reading Group @ Solidarity Books! "Caliban and the Witch" Thursday September 5th at 8pm
16Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting
17Veg Out! - Most Tuesdays, from 7pm
18ThreePenny Kino, THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS (82 mins) A new documentary feature film by Michael Wayne & Deirdre O'Neill Wed Dec 18th 8pm
19New Reading Group @ Solidarity Books! "Caliban and the Witch" Thursday September 5th at 8pm
23Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting
24Veg Out! - Most Tuesdays, from 7pm
26New Reading Group @ Solidarity Books! "Caliban and the Witch" Thursday September 5th at 8pm
30Workers Solidarity Movement Meeting
31Veg Out! - Most Tuesdays, from 7pm
Join us Thursday, 1st March at Solidarity Books for a screening of “Ethel McDonald: An Anarchist’s Story (2006)” (details of film below).
Start time is 8pm.
All welcome, donations appreciated.
“ This drama-documentary tells the story of Ethel MacDonald. A forgotten legend, her story ranks alongside the courage of ‘La Pasionaria’ and the legendary ‘Odette’. Whilst both these women sustained world-wide recognition, our Scots heroine dwindled into obscurity and remains forgotten to this day. Ethel MacDonald’s own intimate recollections are presented through a definitive mix of documentary and drama, re-visiting the Killing Fields that were the Spanish Civil War. Supporting commentary spoken by David Hayman paired with expert interviews, including Noam Chomsky, provides background knowledge of 1930’s European Politics and a further insight into the young Scot’s motives, actions and social situation. The film links her own personal drama to specific archive footage of Barcelona in disarray – an image Ethel MacDonald came to know so well.
Copies of the book based upon the research for the screenplay “An Anarchist’s Story: The Life of Ethel MacDonald” by Chris Dolan, will be available in solidaritybooks.