Meet Ken Loach in York

Ken Loach, described by the British Film Institute as Britain’s greatest political film maker, will be talking about his work and showing ‘The Spirit of ’45’, his documentary about the radical changes brought about by the government led by Clement Atlee, in York on Tuesday, August 23.


Presented by York Labour Party, the event at the City Screen in Coney Street, will feature a short address by Loach, whose films include ‘Kes’ and two Palme D’Or winners, ‘The Wind that Shook the Barley’ and ‘I, Daniel Blake’, followed by the showing of ‘The Spirit of ‘45’. There will then be a question and answer session.
The veteran film maker will be introduced by York Central MP Rachael Maskell

This is a vital fund raiser for York Labour Party and your chance to question and listen to the views of a film legend.

Tickets cost £15 and due to size of the venue numbers are strictly limited.

To avoid disappointment buy yours now from the following link.


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