Tickets are £5 each and can be purchased online by clicking on the following link paypal.me/SpennymoorBLP. PLEASE NOTE: In the notes section of the PayPal transaction, please state your ‘full name, email address, contact
telephone number and the number of tickets you are purchasing’ (please do not click the ‘goods & services’ option as 7% of the payment will be deducted and kept by PayPal). You will receive an email shortly afterwards with your virtual ticket(s) which you can either print or show on your smartphone on the night. If you would prefer physical tickets, please add an additional 60p to your order (per order not per ticket), or arrange to collect from either Lynn or Chris on the telephone numbers below.
Physical tickets can also be purchased using cash and collecting in Spennymoor by telephoning Chris 07828 666416 (all day) or Lynn 07724 817069 (evenings). It is also possible to hand deliver tickets locally if needed.
A feature-length documentary about socialist, trade unionist and Labour politician Dennis Skinner by production company ‘Shut Out The Light’.
Raised alongside nine siblings within a mining village, Dennis has fought for the rights of the working class for over 50-years. Uncompromising in his views and with a set of incorruptible principles, Dennis is respected and feared on both sides of the House of Commons. Nature of the Beast looks at what lies behind his passion and drive, and tracks his rise from a local councillor to today, where he is one of Britain’s most recognisable politicians – known as ‘The Beast of Bolsover’. Running time 96 minutes.