Banner Theatre presents ‘Free For All’ in Bolton

Bolton Trades Council has organised for the Banner Theatre Company to bring their production, ‘Free For All’, to Bolton on Friday May 31st.  The show gives centre stage to the tidal wave of campaigns fighting to defend the NHS from the corporation auction block by blending music, song, drama, archive footage and contemporary interviews

In 1948 the NHS was established, offering health care free for all at the point of delivery. In 2018 the NHS is up for auction in a free for all’ to private health corporations.

  • NHS crisis: Too many old people, drunks, immigrants?

Or a 30-year old plot to kill the NHS?

  • NHS safe in Tory hands?

Or the corporate master plan: Health Care USA?

  • Lazy doctors and nurses?

Or a media onslaught to undermine the NHS?

  • 999 Call for the NHS!

Powerful songs, dynamic music, unique video footage and   moving storytelling.

Free For All pays tribute to a health service still rated the most efficient and successful in the world. Based on interviews with a wide range of health professionals, our show celebrates their passionate dedication to a publicly owned health care system free for all at the point of delivery.

Fight Back Now!

Date: Friday 31st May 2019

Time: 6.30pm—10pm

Venue: The Hub, Bold Street Bolton BL1 1LS

Tel: 01204 338901 (UNISON Bolton)

Food and drink being served on the night, so make an evening of it. (Cost: Free for All )

Want to Go? Simply text 07947809447 with your name and number of seats required.

For more information about the Banner Theatre and their work, please visit their website