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Monthly Archives: March 2011


The Gallow’s Rant, March 2011

By |March 7th, 2011|

Alistair's song, "Mrs Barbour's Army", sung by Julie Anne McCambridge will feature in a film called, 'In Red Skirts on Clydeside' to be screened on the 8th of March at the Glasgow Film Theatre. The film recalls the year 1915, a year into the First World War, when landlords in Glasgow put up tenement rents. Women in Govan responded with a rent strike. In Red Skirts on Clydeside, the directors Jenny Woodley and Christine Bellamy chart the careers of Jean Ferguson, Mary Barbour and Helen Crawford Agnes Dollan through their involvement in the strike.