We are inviting you to a free screening of
Ken Loachs’ award winning film
‘I, Daniel Blake’

Sunday 11th December at 1:30pm
We ask ticket holders to arrive at least 5-10 minutes before the show starts to ensure entry as it is likely to be oversubscribed and unfilled seats will be filled on the day from that time. There is a café at the venue and there will be stalls at the event, so stop by and say hi!

Goldsmiths Curzon, Lewisham Way, London, SE14 6NW
The venue is accessible but there are only 2 places for wheelchairs so email SELPA squince@talktalk.net to confirm your place

How: To book your place simply visit the box office or click here!

The Film: latest film by multi award winning director Ken Loach;
An impassioned, angry and heartfelt drama about day-to-day life in austerity Britain. Daniel Blake is a widower who has worked as a joiner most of his life, but now following a heart attack seeks income support and finds himself caught in a bureaucratic trap. The film is a powerful parable about the failings of the benefits system. It treats its troubled characters with humour and humanity

‘The film has passion and directness and idealism, and very good performances from stand up comic Dave Johns as Daniel Blake and Hayley Squires as Katie.’ ‘One of the most provocative and talked-about films of recent years’

Special Q&A: The screening will be followed by a short Q&A introduced by Tony Reay PCS rep (the Trade Union for benefits office staff) and an activist from Disabled People Against the Cuts organisation. The Q&A will be finished by by 4:10pm.

Lewisham TUC and South East London People’s Assembly Against Austerity (SELPA) have organised a free screening with the support of Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC), Goldsmiths UNISON, Goldsmiths UCU and Goldsmiths College. It’s being promoted to Union members and anti cuts activists first. Places are available on a first come first served basis so we advise you to book as soon as possible via the link above, or at the box office, to avoid disappointment!

The organisers are asking attendees to make a donation in support of the event* on or before the day – so if you can afford to give a little, it will be greatly appreciated!

* All money raised will go to Lewisham Foodbank and a French refugee charity doing work in Calais and Dunkirk (bank details are available from SELPA squince@talktalk.net on request or payment on day of screening/cheque can be paid to LARAG – Lewisham Anti-Racist Action Group)

There may be a further screening locally in the new year so if you cannot make the event or want further information please contact SELPA at squince@talktalk.net