Event

Thursday 17 October 2019 | 7pm - 9pm

A History of Working Class Cinema - Danny Leigh

A History of Working Class Cinema - Danny Leigh

Thursday 17 October 2019
7pm - 9pm
Foundry, Sheffield Students' Union, S10 2TG

Tickets

£7.70 (Concession*)
£8.80 (General*)

 

In the Britain of 2019, class still inspires fierce debate. Film journalist Danny Leigh (The Guardian, Financial Times, BBC) has become a leading voice on class and culture. In this unique session filled with clips and conversation, he presents a personal guide to working class cinema – from the taboo-busting A Taste of Honey through directors like Lynne Ramsay and Shane Meadows and on to new ideas about what it is to be working class. In collaboration with Sheffield Doc/Fest

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Tickets: £8/7 (concs) in advance or £9/8 (concs) on the door

All times advertised are event start times. Doors open 30 minutes before.

Foundry, University of Sheffield Students Union Western Bank S10 2TG

Concessions tickets available to all students, claimants and people over the age of 60. You will be required to show ID or proof of status on the night of the event.

* prices include 10% booking fee

A History of Working Class Cinema - Danny Leigh