• Summary
  • Venue
  • Credits

Summary

A rare screening of the cult 40-minute film, documenting the 1986 Red Wedge tour and featuring famous musicians encouraging young people to oust Thatcher ahead of the 1987 general election.

Daniel will also be discussing his book, Walls Come Tumbling Down, an authoritative account of the rise of 2 Tone, Rock Against Racism and Red Wedge and revealing how they were shaped by music.

Suitability

16+

Venue

Albion Street
Hull
HU1 3TF
lending.library@hullcc.gov.uk

http://www.hullcc.gov.uk/libraries

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Information Points
  • Accessible Toilets
  • Baby Changing
  • Changing Places Toilet
  • Hearing Loop
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 9.30am– 5pm
Tuesday 9.30am– 5pm
Wednesday 1pm – 7.30pm (Learning Centre to close at 5pm)
Thursday 9.30am – 7.30pm (Learning Centre to close at 5pm)
Friday 9.30am – 1pm
Saturday 10am – 4pm
Sunday Closed

Creative Credits

The Humber Mouth Literature Festival is supported by:

Hull City Council
Hull 2017 UK City of Culture
Arts Council England
James Reckitt Library Trust
Hull Culture & Leisure Ltd