In 1966, BBC’s ‘The Wednesday Play’ series screened Ken Loach’s Cathy Come Home, a drama about a young family’s slide into homelessness and poverty. With scenes of eviction, separation and loss broadcast on mainstream ’60s television, Loach paints a grim political picture of mid-sixties London. After the screening, homelessness charity Shelter plus a panel of guest speakers will share their perspective on Glasgow’s current housing landscape.
Followed by a panel discussion. All tickets £1.