Jimmy’s Hall, GFT, Friday 30 May – Thursday 12 June, 2014


Jimmy’s Hall12A

Friday 30 May – Thursday 12 June

GFT, 12 Rose Street

GFT favourite Ken Loach returns with a true-life period drama about Jimmy Gralton, an Irish political activist who returns to Ireland in 1932, after ten years in the United States. Re-opening a dancehall he previously established in a rural crossroads, Jimmy allows the young people of his homeland to learn, argue and dream. Freely inspired by the turbulent life of the passionate young Gralton, this film is written by frequent Loach collaborator Paul Laverty and features a star-making turn from Barry Ward.

We are delighted that scriptwriter Paul Laverty will take part in a Q&A following the screening on Monday 2 June (17.50).

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