Friday 17th Nov 8-11pm (doors open 7pm)
Organised by Scottish Morning Star Readers and Reporters
The Russian Revolution of October 1917 is without doubt the most important event of the twentieth century. With the establishment of the first workers state it was the spark that offered hope to the oppressed across the globe and an inspiration for all who believe in a better world.
In cities worldwide celebrations are taking place and Glasgow home of the worlds first Soviet consul is no different. On Friday 17th November in the STUC 333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow G3 6NG at 8pm an evening of film and music will both educate and entertain those who continue along the path of liberation first trod by the revolutionary forces in 1917.
Musical highlight of the night will be an acoustic set by Glasgow own world renowned Wakes band and other local artists.
Tickets are available for via Eventbrite or £10 waged or £8 unwaged from Morning Star sellers at the Saturday Buchanan St Star stall in Glasgow