Cathy Come Home + intro (PG)


Cathy Come Home + intro (PG)

Thursday 19th March 2020

Dir. Ken Loach, UK, 1966, 77 mins. Cast. Carol White, Ray Brooks, Emmett Hennes.

Controversial, moving and brilliantly acted, Cathy Come Home is arguably the most influential television drama ever broadcast. It tells the story of Cathy and Reg, a couple who find their life spiralling into poverty when Reg loses his job. The film provoked a major public and political discussion on homelessness, unemployment and the rights of mothers to keep their children.

The screening on Thursday 19 March is showing as part of our series of films with Plymouth City Council on the Co-operative movement. The importance of cooperation and inclusivity is vital for the good growth of any city. Cathy Come Home will highlight that a cooperative solution to housing could be the way to start tackling inequality, homelessness and child poverty.

Thanks to PCC support, we are offering discounted ticket prices for the screening on Thursday 19 march at 6.00pm: Full price £4. Concession £2 for Friends of PAC, OAP, students, under waged, Under 25, PCA staff and students.

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 Thursday 19th Mar 2020  6:00pm Intro + Q&A
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