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Showroom Cinema November - Two exclusive previews

THE NAVIGATORS From Friday 2 November.

Directed by Ken Loach, The Navigators tells how a close-knit gang of British Rail track workers faces up to new private management The film scriptwriter Rob Dawber died in February from Mesothelioma, a rare lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure contracted through his own time as a track worker. See www.rob.dawber.net  Screening details in the Showroom November Programme (telephone  0114 275 7727, website www.showroom.org.uk)

THE BATTLE OF ORGREAVE

This infamous conflict at the height of the 1984 Miners’ Strike was re-enacted on the same site earlier this year by London artist group Artangel, and the day recorded by director Mike Figgis. Dates to be confirmed, see The Showroom November programme telephone and website as above.

Destiny Productions present "Child of Destiny"

at the Merlin Monday 12 to Friday 16 November 7.00 pm

Youth theatre group in a new ecology musical for all ages by Karen Restaino and Barry Heath

(Music: Guy Phetheon and Graham Heath)   Tickets(£4/£3.50) free to under 3’s from MerlinTheatre or Lantern Theatre in November or phone Karen Restaino (0114 274 8870)

Bob Hazelwood's Roots Lounge presents Si Khan

Thursday 15 November 8.30

US singer songwriter whose output includes “Something inside”. Performance at the Boardwalk, Snig Hill, Sheffield 3.  Tickets £7 from Jack’s Records, Devonshire Street.  For info ring 0114 273 8085.

WOMEN’S CULTURAL Club Paternoster Row  

16 or 17 November (to be confirmed)

CLARE SUMMERSKILL Lesbian singer and comedienne (For details ring 0114 249 1630)

1887 at Outreach Studios, Butcher Works, Arundel Street S1

An evening of techno-music with DJs from Sheffield's underground.

England Arise! 2001: Jon Bradley's 25-minute live performance installation based on the circumstances in which Sheffield poet Edward Carpenter wrote the socialist marching song "England Arise".  Adult content.  Tickets on the door £2.

Saturday 17 November 6.00pm until late

 

 
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