|Lunches Available on Sat 25th November
Welcoming Bar - Noon to 2.30pm
The club is open most Saturdays from 12-2.30pm and lunches are usually available - Good food in friendly company but come early to make sure you get some lunch.
The Clarion Choir meets at the club between 2pm to 4pm the first and third Saturday of the Month - come along even if you think you can't sing!
The writing Group meets every second Saturday from 10am upstairs in the club.
There is a music night starting at 8pm at least one night in the Month, check club news for details. You are welcome to play, sing, read a poem or to sit back and enjoy.
The first Sunday of every month sees the Wood Street Music Collective host music from the best of Bolton players, starts at 7pm.
On other Friday nights there are Red Cinema and various Red Friday events e.g talks, discussions, concerts, parties...
On November 2, 1917, the British government, declared that they were in favour of “the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.” A hundred years after its signing, Bernard Regan offers new insights into the imperial rivalries between Britain, Germany and the Ottomans, exposing British policy in the region as part of a larger geopolitical game. The book also provides a revealing account of life in Palestinian society at the time. Not just a history of states and policies, Regan manages to brilliantly present both a history of people under colonialism and an account of the colonizers themselves. Published by Verso Books.
Free event Bucket collection.
All levels of writers are invited to our friendly and non-judgemental group, just turn up. This month's workshop is led by Allan.
Join us for an informal evening of singing, playing, maybe some poetry and a lot of fun. Always a great way to end the working week.
Moira is musical director of Bolton Clarion Choir and deeply involved with radical choral music in the northwest. Tonight Moira discusses the music that has informed her world view and her belief in its transformative powers. Julia Simpkins asks the questions and cues the music.
Documentary about Denis Skinner. Sponsored by Unison Bolton Branch. Have a drink and a supper.