A Little Bit of Politics: Tory Boy – the Movie ‘plus’ Director John Walsh and Q&A with your local candidates

Who would you vote for?
Who would you vote for?

Sunday 11th May 2014

Doors Open 6.00pm at St Swithun’s Hall

Tory Boy The Movie – plus Director John Walsh will be present and there will be a Q&A with local, European & Mayoral candidates for your local area!

Who are you voting for? Labour, Conservative, Green, UKIP, Liberal Democrats, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition or People Before Profit? And those are just for local council?

What should they do for you? Will they do it? Come and ask them after the film.

Confirmed they will attend:

Mayor Sir Steve Bullock (Lab), Andy Beadle (TUSC), Caroline Attfield (Con), Paul Oakley (UKIP)

Tory Boy – The Movie

This film contains strong language and scenes of politicians that some viewers may find offensive!

Grierson Award Nominated Documentary Feature. Film-maker and Labour voter John Walsh becomes a Conservative Candidate for a seat in a Labour heartland during the British 2010 General Election Campaign. What he uncovers is a place where intimidation and neglect have scarred a town that politics has forgotten. He goes on a quest to find the local absentee Labour Member of Parliament. Tory Boy is a political satire that cuts to the heart of the current British anger over politicians who have exploited a system for years. Working with news footage, animation and film from the campaign shot over six months, Tory Boy is a unique insight into the political culture of one of the world’s oldest democracies.

John Walsh (Director and star) will be attending the screening to talk about the film and what he found out about politics. All 15 council candidates have been invited, all 7 mayoral candidates have been invited, a number of local European Parliamentary candidates and a couple of local MPs have been invited too for good measure!

There is a cash bar serving beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks so the evening won’t be too dry!

Free Entry – but first come first served, first past the post get the cushions!

5 minutes walk from Hither Green Station, on bus routes 181 & 225 (Theodore Road stop on Hither Green Lane), free parking in St Swithun’s Road

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