‘Under the Knife’ Film Showing in Ealing on 18th October

We are delighted to be hosting the West London showing of ‘Under the Knife’ at Ealing Green Church on 18th October, one of 55 showings nationwide.
Narrated by actress Alison Steadman and directed by Emmy award-winning Susan Steinberg, ‘Under The Knife’ uncovers the covert undermining of the NHS in the past three decades using interviews, archive film and graphics with some humour too!
From its stormy birth through seven decades of turmoil and political warfare, it has withstood almost everything that has confronted it, until now.
Ken Loach, acclaimed Film Director says – ‘This film is a weapon in our struggle to save the NHS. Armed with the evidence so eloquently provided here, we can win this battle’
The film lasts 90 minutes and there will be a short Q&A and discussion afterwards led by Ealing Save Our NHS.
Tickets (free) are going very fast so don’t miss out and book today here
More details on the ‘Under the Knife’ website and in the leaflet here.
music hall
Ealing Hospital 40th Birthday Party – a Music Hall:
A celebration Music Hall style of Ealing’s 40th, upstairs at the Viaduct Pub, local to the hospital on the actual 40th birthday – 5th November 2019.
Door opens at 7:00pm, for a 7.30pm start.
Featuring: The fabulous NHS Singers (fresh from performing at Carnegie Hall, New York), theatrical touches provided by local actors Phil Jackson Inspector Japp /Poirot), Gerry George and the Wonderful Adventure Theatre Company plus a magician, comedy, music, readings, impersonations and sing-along Victorian Music Hall songs.
Tickets £10 including finger food, served before and during the interval.
To book: go here on EventBrite,
or contact the Event Organiser, Eric Leach at [email protected]
All profits to Ealing Save Our NHS.
It definitely will be a very entertaining night!

Lunchtime Celebration of Ealing Hospital 40th Birthday – Tues 5th November:

Ealing Save Our NHS will be having a celebratory Stall outside the Hospital with banners, balloons, cakes of course, some songs and more from 12.30 – 2.00pm on 5th November.
Please make a note in your diary and come and join us for a while – more details to follow.
I hope you can join us on the 18th and please spread the word.