Radical Readings 3 - 'Suffer the little children'
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University of Salford, Crescent,
The Working Class Movement Library is proud to present another in its series of Radical Readings fundraising events, this time introducing some of our younger supporters and readers as well as a couple of stalwarts. This year's show consists of accounts, stories and poems by and about the children who worked in our mines and factories in the 19th century. These will be brought to life by Andrew Ellis (This is England), Nico Mirallegro (Rillington Place, Common, The Village), Elle Pemberton and Molly Windsor (Three Girls) together with ever-present favourite Mike Joyce and possibly, if her filming schedule allows, aided and abetted by the Christmas voice of Radio 4 herself. Devised and introduced by Royston Futter, Working Class Movement Library trustee. All proceeds will go to support the Working Class Movement Library.
We are most grateful to the University of Salford for hosting this event. If you have been to previous 'Radical Readings' you should note that this one is not being held in the same venue as earlier ones. Peel Hall is in the red brick university building on the other side of Salford Museum and Art Gallery from our previous venue. FAQs What are my transport options? By Train There are plenty of trains which stop at Salford Crescent coming from Manchester Piccadilly, Oxford Road and Deansgate, as well as from Manchester Victoria and Salford Central. Turn left onto the main road at the top of the steps at the station, and Peel Hall is in the red brick University of Salford building a short way down the road. By Bus From the direction of Manchester centre, get off at the Salford University bus stop, and cross the road to the University campus. Buses arrive regularly from: Piccadilly Gardens (34, 36, 37, 38, X34) Shudehill (8, 67, 100) Oxford Road/Princess Street (V1, V2). Bus 50 comes from The Lowry/MediaCity (and from Albert Square in Manchester). By Car/Bike For details of the University of Salford car parking arrangements, go to https://www.salford.ac.uk/estates/car-parking. From the direction of Manchester centre, Peel Hall is situated on the A6, after Salford Cathedral, and is in the red brick building next to Salford Museum and Art Gallery and opposite WCML. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? [email protected] Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes - just make sure you bring the printed ticket that has been bought (or the e-ticket on your phone) and report to the organisers when you arrive, to explain the situation. Can I get a refund if I find I can't come? Your support of this Library fundraiser is much appreciated. Sorry, we are not issuing refunds.
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