Wilmslow Quaker Meeting House, 1a Bourne Street, SK9 5HD
Sunday 17th November 2019, 7.30pm
Free Admission – Booking Essential – over 15s only
Film – “War School” (15+) – a different take on Remembrance!
It was meant to be “Never Again”, but what do today’s UK Veterans have to say?
“Why would a Veteran throw away his medals?”
“Is perpetual war really what we need for future generations?”
Everyone aged 15 and over is welcome to attend a free showing of this controversial film. This documentary is set against a backdrop of Remembrance with veterans speaking out about the rise of militarism in civilian life.
The film interweaves the powerful and moving testimonies of veterans of Britain’s unbroken century of war with personal accounts and archive footage.
“War School” challenges the myth of Britain’s benign role in world affairs and asks if perpetual war is really what we want for future generations.
Entry by ticket only (free of charge) – phone 01625 528997 or click here to visit the Eventbrite website.
When: 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm, Sunday, 17 November.
Where: Wilmslow Quaker Meeting House, 1a Bourne Street, Wilmslow SK9 5HD.
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