Friday 12 October
– 6.30pm: Welcome with fish and chip supper at the Unison Office, next to The Guildhall.
– 7.30pm: Joe Solo performs ‘¡No Pasarán!’ and historian Phyll Smith talks about ‘Tom Wintringham: The Last English Revolutionary’ at St Mary’s Church, Lowgate, HU1 1EJ – very close to The Guildhall.
Saturday 13 October
– 11am: Opening of ‘Spanish Civil War Art Exhibition’ – artworks by students of Hull School of Art and Design, at Hull College, Wilberforce Drive, Queens Gardens, HU1 3DG – close to The Guildhall.
- 12.30 Patrick O Connell talk in unison building on saviour of FC Barcelona during SCW and ex hull city footballer.
– 2pm-4pm: IBMT AGM in the Reception Room of The Guildhall.
– 4.30pm-5.30pm: IBMT Executive Committee meeting.
– 4.30pm-6pm: Special viewing of the film of the show ‘Ocho’ in the Reception Room, The Guildhall. Members will be joined by approximately 50 young people, invited by Unite Community Branch Hull, who will join us for the evening.
– 6.30pm: Evening social with buffet in the Banqueting Hall, The Guildhall. Entertainment includes Neil Gore performing excerpts from ‘The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists’ and some of his other shows; followed by music. Charge bar open until late.
Inclusive tickets for film, social and buffet will be on sale on the day.
Sunday 14 October
– 10am-11.30am: Radical walk of Hull city centre conducted by award-winning tour guide and historian Paul Schofield. Includes description of Corporation Fields – where the people of Hull saw off Sir Oswald Mosley and his fascist Blackshirts in July 1936.
All venues are within a 10-minute walk of each other. City centre hotels are within 20 minutes. Many of Hull’s museums and art galleries, including Wilberforce House, are in the immediate vicinity of the AGM locations