|Lunches available 20th Oct
12.00 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.
On other Friday nights there are Red Cinema and various Red Friday events e.g talks, discussions, concerts, parties...
Monthly meet-up for the local poetry and spoken word group. A very informal and supportive atmosphere, and open to all. NW legends Jefferama and Gordon Zola lead proceedings.
£1 plus raffle
This month’s workshop launches the group’s project for the Walt Whitman bicentennial in 2019, an anthology of work inspired Whitman, his poetry and ideas. This will be one of several projects taking place next year ranging across the town to commemorate Bolton's historic link with the father of American poetry. If you are interested in contributing please join us for this introductory session.
The service is at Bury Cemetery, St Peter's Road, Bury at 10.30 am , with everybody gathering on Tuesday 9th October at the Fishpool, Liberal Club, 79 Nelson St, Bury, BL9 9HX, to celebrate his life, after the cremation.
Maxine Peake stars as a comedian who draws on her troubled past as material for her stand-up routine, as she tries to rise through the comedy circuit by playing Northern England's working men's clubs. “... a hypnotically belligerent performance from Peake, whose anti-heroine explodes like a firework, burning herself to an ashy crisp.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian.
Free - Bucket Collection.
Nat has been stalwart of the local music scene for many years, as a performer, writer and activist. An expert on the work of Bob Dylan, Nat’s music emerges directly from the lived experience of the underdog and oppressed. Tonight he discusses the music that has inspired him and helped shape his view of the world. Julia asks the questions and cues the music.