Tuesday 5th June at 7pm, Partick Burgh Halls

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An evening with poet Alistair Findlay, Author of ‘Lenin’s Gramophone’. Part of the Morning Star "Our Class Our Culture" series of Scotland-wide events.

Change of venue to Woodside Hall,
36 Glenfarg St, Glasgow G20 7QE (off Maryhill Rd: Georges Cross subway)

2018 june poetry song OPT

Tuesday 24th April 7pm

Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-communist-manifesto-tickets-45347135503

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1758623230860600

Speaker: Jim Whyte, respected retired educator in trade union & labour movement studies.

2018 clydebank manifesto

The Communist Manifesto is a brief publication that declares the arguments and platform of the Communist party. It was written in 1847, by political theorists Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and was commissioned by the Communist League.
 - What does it say?
 - How has it shaped the world?
 - What is it's relevance today?

Organised by Scottish Morning Star Readers and Supporters, the only english-language Socialist daily newspaper.

Clydebank Town Hall
5 Hall St, Clydebank
G81 1UB

Monday 7th May, show starts 7.30pm

Featuring another fantastic line-up, the seventh annual Great May Cabaret includes a tribute to founder member Chris Bartter, whose untimely death last October robbed the trade union movement of one of its great campaigners and supporter of the arts.

Celebrating international workers’ day will be Leicester’s singer-songwriter and activist Grace Petrie; Scottish rapper, writer and commentator Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey; Rab Noakes, and Gaelic songstress Maeve Mackinnon.  Compered by Dave Anderson, with Fraser Speirs and Stephen Wright providing musical backing.  With contributions from Richard Leonard MSP and UNISON’s John Stevenson.

Tickets at https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/the-great-may-day-cabaret-oran-mor-tickets/8245505

Tuesday 20 March 7pm, Edinburgh

Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/belfast-and-edinburgh-united-against-unemployment-tickets-44192650407

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1569973306404864

2018 march edin 1932 33

Speakers: Tommy Campbell, Murray Swan and John Swinburne 

Venue: Augustine Church Centre, 41 George IV Bridge

Tuesday 6 March 7pm

Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-history-of-lanarkshire-steel-industry-the-new-industrial-strategy-tickets-43446222822

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/163139424490878/


Speaker: Richard Leonard MSP
(Leader Scottish Labour Party)

Chair: Alan Raby
(ex-union convenor - Dalzell Works)

Blantyre Miners Welfare
Calder St, Blantyre, G72

A public event part of the Morning Star's Our Class Our Culture series of events, organised by Lanarkshire Readers and Supporters Group. All welcome.

Tuesday, 20 February 7pm

Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/after-the-eu-what-kind-of-settlement-do-we-need-tickets-43104105540

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A dialogue between:

Pauline Bryan Author of ‘Getting the Best out of Brexit’

Jean Anne Mitchell 2017 Labour candidate West Dunbartonshire

Chair Kath Campbell 


Pearce Institute, Govan Cross

A public meeting organised by Govan & SW Morning Star Readers and Supporters


Friday 13 April 6-8pm

Organised by Unison Scotland Morning Star Readers &  Supporters Group

Speakers: Dave Watson
Unison Scotland’s Head of Policy 
Professor John Foster
Secretary of Radical Options in Scotand & Europe
Chair: Kate Ramsden
Unison NEC member


Glasgow Unison Branch Office
84 Bell Street,
Glasgow G1 1LG

Wednesday 7th Feb at 7pm

2018 ten days shook world

Eventbrite Pagehttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ten-days-that-shook-the-world-tickets-42764705385
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Ten Days That Shook the World (1919) is a book by the American journalist and socialist John Reed about the October Revolution in Russia in 1917, which Reed experienced firsthand. Reed followed many of the prominent Bolshevik leaders closely during his time in Russia. Part of the Scotland-wide series Our Class Our Culture organised by Scottish Morning Star, marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution.

Speaker: Tam Kirby

Venue: Clydebank Town Hall, 5 Hall Street, G81 1UB

Saturday 9th December 12.00-3.00pm

The Annexe
Stewartville Street, Partick

2017 star bazaar

Featuring: Tearoom; Homebaking and Home Produce; Tombola; Big Wheel; Books; Toys & Games; Gifts; Bric-a-brac; Granny’s Attic

There's a raffle of a House of Common's bottle of malt whisky signed by John McDonnell and a hamper of progressive produce (including our latest "Scottish Leader" range). Tickets are limited to 75.

The doors open at noon but help is needed from 10am. If you have donations of bottles, bric a brac, books and  homebaking, just get in touch.

Tuesday 5th December 7pm

2017 paisley russ rev OPT

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The Russian Revolution - in this centenary year, what was this historic event, and what does the Russian Revolution teach us today?
Speaker: John Foster
Chair: Colin Mack, Paisley TUC


Paisley Town Hall
Abbey Close

Friday 17th Nov 8-11pm (doors open 7pm)

2017 russ revolution100 eventbrite

Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/russian-revolution-centenary-celebration-tickets-39531373402
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/388993471532402/

The Russian Revolution of October 1917 is without doubt the most important event of the twentieth century. With the establishment of the first workers state it was the spark that offered hope to the oppressed across the globe and an inspiration for all who believe in a better world.

In cities worldwide celebrations are taking place and Glasgow home of the worlds first Soviet consul is no different. On Friday 17th November in the STUC 333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow G3 6NG at 8pm an evening of film and music will both educate and entertain those who continue along the path of liberation first trod by the revolutionary forces in 1917.

Musical highlight of the night will be an acoustic set by Glasgow own world renowned Wakes band and other local artists.
Tickets are available for via Eventbrite or £10 waged or £8 unwaged from Morning Star sellers at the Saturday Buchanan St Star stall in Glasgow

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