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Penny Stone and the Washington Post

By |April 20th, 2015|

Penny Stone from Edinburgh, winner of the 2012 AHMT Songs for Social Justice Award, singer, songwriter, activist, and campaigner for social justice, has appeared in a photograph on the front of The Washington Post on Wednesday 15th April, 2015! Penny is shown leading the singing at an anti-nuclear protest at Faslane submarine base.

May Day at The Steamie

By |April 15th, 2015|

1 May at 19:00–22:00
An evening of music and spoken word to celebrate International Workers’ Day in The Steamie, Govanhill Baths. With Viv Gee, Lorna McKinnon, “The Matchgirls”, Colin Poole, Tickle, and The Unite! Fight! Sing! Choir.

Sponsored by the Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust

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New Alan Dickson CD

By |April 14th, 2015|

AHMT grant recipient Alan Dickson has released a CD “This Land is Your Land”, showcasing some of the songs from his ongoing “Strains of Eden : Scotland’s Land : Songs of Discontent” project, a musical journey that charts the landscape of 18th and 19th century Scotland, from the Lowland and Highland Clearances, the Chartists, through to agitation for land in the Highlands. Find out more from www.strainsofeden.net.

A digital copy of the CD is available on Bandcamp for £3 at […]

Tom Leonard Added to AHMT Concert

By |January 23rd, 2015|

We are pleased to announce that Scottish poet, writer and critic Tom Leonard will be appearing at the AHMT Memorial Concert at St Andrew’s in the Square on Sunday February 1st. As listed in the Celtic Connections programme, also taking part are the multi-award-winning Anglo-Australian duo of James Fagan and Nancy Kerr; English songstress Naomi Bedford, whose background includes equal measures of music and politics, joined here by Del Amitri’s Justin Currie, and Paul Simmonds of The Men They […]

Nancy Kerr Receives 2014 AHMT Songs for Social Justice Award

By |January 22nd, 2015|

The Trustees are pleased to announce Nancy Kerr as the recipient of 2014 AHMT Songs for Social Justice Award for her song “Where Jacarandas Grow”. Nancy will be appearing at this year’s Celtic Connections AHMT Memorial Concert on the 1st February at St. Andrew’s in the Square.

Peggy Seeger Live on Tour in 2015.

By |December 8th, 2014|

We are delighted to report that Peggy Seeger (Patron of the Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust) will be touring in the UK during the summer of 2015, together with her sons Neill and Calum.
Full details of this not to be missed tour can be found on Peggy’s website at http://www.peggyseeger.com/

Still Ragged – Glasgow Screening

By |November 22nd, 2014|

Still Ragged – Glasgow Screening
Wednesday 3rd December, at the Pearce Institute

The free book distribution at this screening has been funded by an Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust Award.

Alistair Hulett Memorial Trusts Awards Grant to ‘Still Ragged’

By |November 7th, 2014|

‘Still Ragged’ is a 75 minute documentary about Robert Tressell’s ‘The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists’, published in 1914. The film charters the impact of the book on people’s lives and it’s continual relevance today, as well as the fascinating origin of the manuscript.

The film features Ricky Tomlinson, Dennis Skinner MP, Tom Watson MP as well as playwrites, singers and other fans of the book telling how Tressell’s work has influenced them personally and politically.

The AHMT is proud to sponsor a […]

Which side are you on? …the life and times of Pete Seeger

By |October 16th, 2014|

Sat 15 nov 7.30pm
Kelvinbridge Parish Church Hall, 62 Belmont Street, Glasgow G20 6JR
Tickets £12 (£8 concessions) available from alistairhulett.com/shop
For information call 07590 556 400 or email jimmyross0@me.com

In a new and expanded version of their tribute to folk legend Pete Seeger, who died this year aged 94, Jimmy Ross and Finlay Allison are joined by fiddler Gillian Frame, a former young traditional musician of the year, and Penny Stone, a singer/songwriter and peace activist.

They will perform Seeger’s own songs, Waist […]

Ewan McLennan and Granite Cage

By |October 13th, 2014|

Ewan McLennan, described by Colin Irwin as “the perfect embodiment of Scottish folk song”, has included Granite Cage, Alistair’s powerful song about John MacLean’s final prison term in Peterhead Prison, on his new CD Stories Still Untold. You can catch Ewan singing Granite Cage at the 2013 Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust concert at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ot9uiMn0zWk