Saturday, 10 September 2011

EVENT: Red November Dinner

Celebrating the 94th Anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution

The Communist Party in Greater Manchester is arranging a special evening of entertainment to celebrate the 94th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. The event will be open to party members and non members alike, but due to restrictions in venue capacity, it will be booked on a first come first served basis.

The evening will include a sit down buffet of Cuban food as well as speakers Rob Griffiths, Communist Party General Secretary, Mark Burton from the Cuba Solidarity Campaign, Maria Victoria, a member of the Communist Party of Cuba plus some poetry from Manchester playwright Dave Puller. The venue will be the El Cuba Libre restaurant in Hyde, which is located above a community pub with real ales, the Sportsman Inn, and it will take place on the 7th November from 7pm. For more details of the venue including how to get there, please click here

If you would like to attend or receive further information, please contact Jenny Turner at jennyturner@phonecoop.coop or 077875 75570 to get a provisional reservation, however, a financial payment will need to be made in order to secure your booking.

Price: £15 (waged) & £12 (unwaged)

Travel Details - the Venue

We can recommend two nearby railway stations. Godley is around 15 minutes walk to the east from venue and they run services hourly at 20.50, 21.50 & 22.50 back to Manchester. The other station is at Hyde Central, which is around 15 minute walk to the west from the venue. The last train from here is at 21.23. 

Alternatively the 201 bus run directly from Manchester Piccadilly to a stop outside the Sportsman. It takes about 35-40mins and runs every 10mins or so around 6.30ish. Return buses are half-hourly but run late. The venue is also very near the motorway (M67 J3) for those with cars.

Please see the Transport for Greater Manchester website for more information.

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