Please join us for a double feature of superb documentaries:
FILM - "66 DAYS (Bobby Sands)"
66 DAYS tells the factual story of hunger striker Bobby Sands’ life for the first time on film, and has broken box-office records in Ireland this summer. We present its Manchester premiere.
FILM - "BERNADETTE - Notes on a Political Journey"
IFTA-award winning documentary on the tumultuous political career of Irish activist Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, who led civil rights protests and was elected MP for Mid-Ulster as a 21-year-old student.
Doors open 1.30pm • Bernadette 2pm • 66 Days 4pm
Entry £5 • Irish Book Stall • Bar • Tea & coffee
Presented by IRISH MANCUNIAN FILM & CULTURE in conjunction with Chorlton Irish Club. With thanks to the Irish Film Institute and Fine Point Films.
More info at www.facebook.com/mancirishfilm