“You are going to be caught, sooner or later. The RUC never give up. And you will be caught and you will spend long years in prison” – Sir Patrick Mayhew, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, addressing the perpetrators of the Loughlinisland Massacre in 1994.
Outrage. Grief. Official promises of swift justice. All followed the Loughinisland Massacre in which six Catholic men were murdered in a tiny County Down pub as they watched Ireland play Italy in the 1994 World Cup. Yet no-one has ever been prosecuted. Why?
With “No Stone Unturned,” Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney ignites a fire under a cold case that has frustrated the victims’ families for more than 20 years, providing a shocking exposé of collusion and cover-up.
After its recent general release in Ireland, this will be one of the first screenings of the film in Britain.
Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=fqelW7Rhi-4
"A scrupulous documentary" - The Observer
"Chilling" - RTE
Doors open: 1.30pm
Film starts: 2pm
Running time: 1 hour 50 minutes
Book Stall • Bar/tea/coffee/snacks available
Advance tickets available at www.wegottickets.com/ mancirish
Presented by IRISH MANCUNIAN in conjunction with Chorlton Irish Club.