Unsung Hero: The Jack Jones Story

TUC LESE Film Screening & Director Q&A: Unsung Hero: The Jack Jones Story
Head and shoulders portrait of Jack Jones giving speech, and his finger pointing into the crowd.Event details
Date
Mon 2 Jul 2018 – 19:00 to 21:30
Location
TUC Congress House
23-28 Great Russell Street
WC1B 3LS London
United Kingdom
GB
Contact
lese@tuc.org.uk
Cost
FREE ADMISSION (registration essential)
Overview:
TUC LESE International Affairs Committee and Pensioners’ Network support

Film Screening & Audience Q&A: Unsung Hero: The Jack Jones Story (77 mins)

Monday 2 July 2018 (7pm – 9.30pm)
FREE ADMISSION (registration essential)
Congress House, 23-28 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LS

‘Unsung Hero – The Jack Jones Story’ is a documentary on one of the greatest British figures of the past century – a man who exercised more power over government economic policy than any other trades union leader in British history.

Jones took on four of the great evils of modern times: poverty, fascism, worker exploitation and pensioner poverty – and took them on with so much conviction that at one point, the public voted him the most powerful man in Britain. The life of Jack Jones mirrors the story of the 20th century – a man whose like we may never see again.

Please Register: 020 7467 1220 / lese@tuc.org.uk
Morning Star Film Review
https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/timely-tribute-to-a-working-class-hero

Please support Jack Jones Trust and Hurricane Films