Free Screening of ‘Made in Dagenham’ – 6 March, Liverpool

TUC Dagenham photo

To mark International Women’s Day the Plaza in partnership with Sefton UNISON is holding a special screening of

‘Made in Dagenham’ (15)

The event will take place on Thursday 6th March at 7.30 pm.


Thanks to sponsorship from Sefton UNISON all tickets are FREE.

There will also be a pay bar on the night.

Tickets now available from the Plaza box office

The Plaza Community Cinema is at:  13 Crosby Road North, Waterloo, Liverpool L22 0LD


Made in Dagenhamis a 2010 British film directed by Nigel Cole


Sally Hawkins, Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson, Geraldine James.

The film tells the story of the Ford sewing machinists strike of 1968 and the women’s fight for equal pay. The women strikers achieve their aim and ultimately their action leads to the passing of the Equal Pay Act in 1970.

The film’s theme song, ‘Made in Dagenham’ with lyrics by Billy Bragg, is performed by Sandie Shaw, herself a native of the area and a former clerk at Ford’s Dagenham plant.  Re-live the period with fantastic fashion and hairstyles plus great music from

  • Desmond Decker 
  • Dusty Springfield 
  • Traffic 
  • The Troggs 
  • James Brown and many more …..


Mark Kermode praised the film highly on his weekly show on BBC Radio 5 Live. He ranked it as his fourth favourite film of 2010, beating such films as The Social Network and Another Year.

Review for the film’s premier at the

2010 Toronto International Film Festival… It’s a film that blatantly condemns sexism and shows, despite its mostly light tone, the real cost of fighting for civil rights. The bee-hived and bobbed characters are fully fleshed and well-rounded even though they fit into ’60s archetypes, and the period piece balances optimism and realism in a way that’s both compelling and fun to watch.”


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