Please come to, and tell lots of people about, these Nottingham based events on the subject of the hugely important 1968 and 1848 events put on by Nottingham’s People’s Histreh group, The Sparrows’ Nest archive & library, and others.
Film showing of ‘If….’ with exhibition and panel discussion
On Sunday 3rd June (tomorrow!) join Nottingham’s radical history group Peoples’ Histreh for a film screening, an exhibition of original sources and a panel session of people sharing their memories of struggles fought here in Nottingham during that iconic year, which saw deeply-rooted conflicts erupt into open revolts all around the globe. Events start midday at the Broadway Cinema, Hockley, Nottingham.
The film screening is ticketed. You will be able to purchase tickets from Broadway Cinema at their usual rates from early May. The exhibition and the panel session are free of charge but spaces for the panel session are limited (first come, first served).
Midday-2pm: film screening of “if….” (ticketed as a typical film showing)
2-3pm: browse our exhibition (free)
3-5pm: panel session (free)
From Midday to 2pm there will be a screening of “if….”, followed by an hour (2-3pm) to have some lunch and browse our exhibition of fantastic source materials (pamphlets, newssheets, posters, unpublished correspondence, etc.) documenting the 1968 Revolts in Paris, Berlin, Prague (etc.), and of course events here in Nottingham. At 3pm we will get together for a panel session with people sharing some of their memories of the struggles fought in Nottingham in 1968 (spoilers: the struggle for equal pay and anti-racist work were already high on the agenda five decades ago!).
Then, Saturday 23rd June The Sparrows’ Nest presents
The 1848 Revolutions: An Anarchist Perspective
Follow this link for details.