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2016 marks the centenary of the Easter Rising.
Join us on 9th November at the CCA to commemorate the Easter Rising with the film and tribute:
A Portrait of James Connolly.
Documentary: Ireland (1966)
Writer: Owen Dudley Edwards
Producer: Aindrias Ó Gallchóbhair
Running time: 50 mins
A rare opportunity to see the first screening in Glasgow of the documentary portrait of Irish Easter Rising, Scottish born leader James Connolly in the award-winning RTÉ series ‘On Behalf of the Provisional Government’. The digitally-remastered film features the reminiscences of close colleagues and family of James Connolly, including his Edinburgh-born daughter, Nora, and his niece, Mary, daughter of his Edinburgh-based fellow socialist activist, elder brother, John.
We are delighted to confirm that after the film there will be a panel discussion chaired by Keith Stoddart, from the 1916 Rising Centenary Committee Scotland.
This screening is sponsored by 1916 Rising Centenary Committee Scotland.
Doors open at 5.30pm. Screenings start at 6.00pm.
As usual, screenings are free and welcome to all (age restrictions may apply). To guarantee a seat please come early, as tickets are on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis.