Ken Loach:
'We've always ‎known it - this film shows it's true! Governments, press and, yes, the police gang up against the interests of the people. New evidence is here on the screen Make sure you see this film.  Thanks, Morag'

 

screenings: 2017

From Orkney to Exeter:  

September:

Derby, Quad: Mon 18th September: Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone, hosted by Keith Venables: Buy Tickets

Oban, Pheonix: Tuesday 19th September, 19.00: Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone. Tickets go on sale on 18 August. Buy Tickets

Brighton, Sunday 24th September Labour Party Conference, Grand Hotel Pavillion Room 17:30 - 19:00 Fringe event Book Launch and Panel discussion: The Battle for Grangemouth by Mark Lyon

Glasgow, GFT:  26th September, 18.00: Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone and Stevie Deans (Unite the Union). Chair, Dr David Archibald. Buy Tickets

Belfast, Community Screening:  29th September, 12.30 hrs Public Screening FREE event. All welcome. Building, 4th Floor, Antrim, Road, Belfast. Hosted by Unite the Union NI/B0025 Branch.

October:

Dagenham: Private trade union branch screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone and David Condliffe. Monday 9th.  Details from the Unite the Union branch.

Norwich:  Date TBA: Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone

Central Scotland Film Festival, 20th October 20.15, Stirling Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone. Belonging Tickets  Full Festival listing - What a great line up!

Wortley Hall, Sheffield/Barnsley:  29th October: Screening with a Pie and Pea supper from 17.30 and a Q&A Morag Livingstone Venue detials: http://www.wortleyhall.org.uk  More details below Book tickets:  0114288 2100. Can't wait!

November:

Curzon Clevedon, near Bristol, 1st November  Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone (director/Prodcuer), Brett Sparkes Unite Commuity, Unite the Union (who appears in the film) Dave Chapple (CWU & Bridgwater Trades Council), Tim Lezard (NUJ) and Chair Richard Capps (PCS & Weston Trades Council).  Information and tickets https://www.curzon.org.uk

Exeter 3rd Nov, 17.00  Exeter University Part of the Liberating Arts Festival (3rd - 5th November) Information and Tickets:  www.gftu-liberatingarts.org.uk

London 6th Nov, 18.45, doors.  19.30 Film:  London Cinema Museum Elephant and Castle.  Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone and others  Hosted by Bectu.  Tickets

The Wirral International Film Festival: Venue and details 23rd - 25th November http://www.wirralfilmfestival.com/

2018 March:

Wakefield, March 3rd 2018:  With Banners Held High Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone and Joe Rollin and Stevie Deans who appear in the film and author of The Battle of Grangemouth - The Worker's story - Mark Lyon (tickets TBA):

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Previous Screenings 2017:

MAY 

London: Prince Charles Cinema: Preview Screening 17th May

Glasgow: GFT 23rd May: Invited & Public Preview Screening.

Stoke-on-Trent: 25th May Public Preview Screening.

June:

13th June (Tuesday):  London University of the Arts public screening and Q&A with Director Morag Livingstone, Photojournalist David Hoffman.  Chaired by Dr Paul Lowe.

22nd June:  Yorkshire Screening:  Unity Works, Wakefield.  Doors Open 6.30pm and Q&A with Director Morag Livingstone

5th July Glasgow Unite Community: 2pm with discussion.  Information here

July:

Tolpuddle 15th July: - twice on the same day! with 2 Q&As  Full List of Films screenings in the vintage bus!  Panel Discussion:  14th July Tolpuddle 14.30 - 16.00 RFN.  Details here:  http://www.tolpuddlemartyrs.org.uk/festival/programme/radical-film-network

Chesterfield: 17th July 7pm https://www.facebook.com/events/782149378629821/ Q&A with Director Morag Livingstone Chesterfield Library, hosted by TUC

London, West End: 26th July Prince Charles Cinema:  18.30 Screening & Q&A with Morag Livingstone (Director Producer), Matt Smith former printer and Unite, David Condliffe, former postie and Unite (both appear in the film). Q&A host Ann Field (Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom) Buy Tickets

August:

Barnsley, Yorkshire: 5th August: National Union of Minerworkers Hall, 18.30 - 21.30. Q&A with Director Morag Livingstone and Joe Rollin (takes part in the film) Information and Tickets  

Birmingham: 7th August: Mockingbird Cinema 8pm & Q&A with Morag Livingstone: Buy Tickets

September:

Orkney, Pickaquoy: Sunday 3rd September (matinee 12.30) Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone. Buy Tickets

Orkney, Pickaquoy: Tuesday 5th September (19.30) Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone. Buy Tickets 

Grangemouth, Scotland: Thursday 7th September Scotland: Leapark Hotel, Bo'ness Rd, Grangemouth at 7pm, Screening with Q&A Morag Livingstone, Stevie Deans & Pat Rafferty: Entry is FREE, all welcome to attend including the Grangemouth Community.  Hosted by Unite the Union.

Clydebank, Community Screening: Thursday 7th September(19.00) Public Screening, Clydebank Town Hall, 5 Hall St, Clydebank G81 1UB starting at 7pm. FREE for members and the community hosted by: Clydebank TUC, Unite Community, West Dunbartonshire branches of: Unison, Unite the Union, and GMB

Cardiff Saturday 9th September, 19.00 Cathays Community Centre, 36-38 Cathays Terrace Cardiff CF24 4HXCardiff. With Q&A Morag Livingstone FREE screening hosted by Unite the Union Cardiff Community Branch.

Brighton TUC Conference: Monday 11th September 17.30 - 19.00 A celebration of solidarity and the Congress launch of The Battle of Grangemouth   Mark Lyon, author of The Battle of Grangemouth, and award winning film-maker Morag Livingstone, will be joined by Len McCluskey, Unite general secretary , Pat Rafferty, Unite Scottish secretary and Dan Carden MP, to remind us how unions stand up when workers are attacked. Live music will follow as part of this celebration of solidarity.  Venue: Regency suite, Brighton Hilton Metropole.

Milton Keynes, Friday 15th September Arts Gateway MK, 106-108 Saxon Gate West Arts Central – (3rd Floor) Norfolk House East, MK9 2DN Community screening hosted by Milton Keynes Labour Party with Q&A Morag Livingstone  Tickets