Trafford KONP will be screening “Sell off” on Tuesday 9th December at the Sip Club Stretford 7.15pm
“Corporate interests rather than patient care is driving reform in today’s NHS and will divert money away from YOU. And the media are failing to tell you this.
This film is radical. With over a dozen NHS insiders as my witnesses, I will tell the alarming story of how the health service as we know it is being quietly abolished. Almost without our noticing, it’s been replaced by a system modelled on the US in which care is delivered by profit-maximising companies that charge patients for treatment which is anyway to be restricted and reduced. One medical reporter the filmmaker knows claims that health reporting today is so poor because few journalists have real sources inside the NHS. Well, this film will have a riot of medical sources – including one professor, two consultant radiologists, a cancer expert, a public interest lawyer, and several outspoken GPs. What they all have to say will be shocking, unusual and brave. Our doctors will really strike back in this one.”
We’ll bring some popcorn ! Real ale and wine available
At the moment Sip Club is something of a Stretford secret, we’re located 164a Barton Road, Stretford, M32 8D, just up the stairs beside Trading Places. Blink and you’ll miss us, we don’t even have a sign yet!
We aim to be a very local venue, please try to walk to and from Sip Club where possible and refrain from annoying our neighbours by parking in their spots! During the day it is possible to park in the Mall car park for the princely sum of 50p. In the evening, there are some limited car parking spots at the end of Mitford Street. We are attempting to arrange for more parking spaces please bear with us.
We’re located less than half a mile from Stretford tram stop. Just head down Kingsway, pass the Mall, then turn right at the junction with the Robin Hood on. We’re just a few seconds walk down the road.
Sip Club is in an upstairs location and unfortunately it has not been possible to fit a lift. If you have a pram or pushchair or need a hand getting up the stairs, please give us a shout and we’ll come and help out. If you have any other access issues, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.