Rhyming in support of cinema workers fighting for a living wage, better working conditions and union recognition.
After the July course quickly became fully-booked, PCS members in the North West have a second chance to take part in this two-day training course, held at Wirral Metropolitan College in Liverpool. Contact your Regional Education Office to register.
At Wirral Metropolitan College. Please contact the Regional Office to register.
If you are a PCS member interested in attending this, please contact your Regional Office.
Details to follow.
Rescheduled date to follow ...
Venue: PCS office, Transport House, 1 Cathedral Rd., Cardiff CF11 9HA
PCS members - please contact your regional training officer if you would like to attend.
We've cancelled Night Of The Living Dead
To show Day Of The Living Wage instead
On strike because Honey, I Shrunk Their Wage
They've Anger at Management, they're showing Rage
When they Walk The Line, they mean the picket
It's Independence Day and It's just Not Cricket
No Terms Of Endearment, but terms and conditions
No Western Union, they want union recognition
Janine and other poets will be entertaining pickets and drumming up public support with some cinema solidarity rhymes.
Hackney Picturehouse workers are following workmates at Brixton's Ritzy in taking action for the London Living Wage and other improvements to working conditions.
Written in support of the current North Sea strike ...
Strike it rich
But the market hit a hitch
And when the bottom falls out
Of the price of a barrel
Then the bosses get out
The hair shirt apparel
Not for them
But for us