What’s on in May at the Frontline Club

After the long break during which we experienced problems with the website, we thought now is a good time to remind you about the events that we have coming up during the month of May.

As awareness of the crisis afflicting the world’s oceans grows, in part as a result of campaigns such as The Fish Fight fronted by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, tomorrow evening we will be bringing together a panel of experts to discuss the problems and how we can begin to resolve them.

Next week we will be joined by award winning journalist Bill Neely of ITV News as he reflects on the past two decades covering stories from the troubles in Northern Ireland to the uprising in Libya. An evening of inspiration and insight into the craft of journalism.

Screenings in the month ahead include Amnesty! When They Are Free, which is an unprecedented look into the world of human rights organisation Amnesty International and its ability to affect change since its inception fifty years ago. Donor Unknown documents the funny, moving and provocative journey of JoEllen Marsh as she sets out to find her father and discovers 12 half-siblings and explores the strange power of genetic connections.


And if you are a member of the Club, don’t forget our member’s social evening on Thursday, which is sponsored by Chivas Regal and is a great opportunity for old and new members to meet and mingle.

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