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“Mrs Barbour’s Army” On The March!

By |October 29th, 2017|United Kingdom|

PLEASE NOTE that the Memorial event has been postponed, and will now take place on Thursday 8th March 2018, which is International Women's Day. The Choir from The People’s Past People’s Future Group, based in Rutherglen, will be singing Alistair’s rousing “Mrs Barbour’s Army” at the unveiling of the Mary Barbour Memorial next to Govan subway station at 11:00 on Friday, November 17th. The event is open to all – so come along and join in the singing! The Choir [...]

Announcement – Black Grape gig cancelled

By |August 24th, 2017|United Kingdom|

It is with deep regret that we have to announce the cancellation of one of the concerts at the weekend. Rock Against Racism featuring Black Grape, Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5 and Bigg Taj has had to be cancelled due to a variety of issues that could not be resolved in time. Full refunds will be issued for the concert from The Sunday concert Roots Rock Reggae Against Racism will still go ahead as planned. We apologise for [...]

AHMT to promote Govanhill Against Racism Festival

By |July 19th, 2017|United Kingdom|

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Rock Against Racism movement, Alistair Hulett Memorial Trust are delighted to announce a two-day festival at the historic Queens Park Arena in Glasgow's Southside. The festival, on the 27th and 28th of August, is the finale of four days in the park that will celebrate the unique culturally-diverse area of Govanhill, where Alistair lived when he reutrned to Glasgow. In partnership with Govanhill Baths Community Trust and Inhouse, a Unity Festival of talks, [...]

Mary Barbour at the University of Sussex!

By |February 13th, 2017|United Kingdom|

Students at the University of Sussex campaigning to mount a rent strike have used Alistair's "Mrs Barbour's Army" in a podcast created as part of their studies.

Ewan McLennan at Celtic Connections

By |January 30th, 2017|United Kingdom|

Ewan McLennan and George Manbiot are presenting their “Breaking the Spell of Lonliness” show, which explores the power of song to overcome loneliness, at The Mackintosh Church in Glasgow as part of Celtic Connections on Friday 3rd February at 19:30. Ewan has over the years been closely associated with the AHMT, and won the Political Songwriting Competition in 2013; he can be found performing Alistair’s powerful “The Granite Cage” at one of our AHMT Memorial Concerts. An interview [...]

A Musical Tribute to Morris Blythman [aka Thurso Berwick]

By |October 26th, 2016|United Kingdom|

Alastair McDonald, firmly regarded as one of Scotland's leading musical minstrels, is starring in a musical tribute to his friend and mentor Morris Blythman (1919-1981), aka the poet and songwriter ‘Thurso Berwick’, at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (Netherbow Theatre), Edinburgh, Monday November 14th 2016 at 7.30pm. In addition to his innumerable television, radio and stage appearances world wide, Alastair is a prolific recording artist with a vast repertoire of traditional, contemporary and original material. In 1973 he was invited to [...]

Attila the Stockbroker Concert

By |April 14th, 2016|United Kingdom|


Ewan McLennan’s “Lampedusa”

By |January 20th, 2016|United Kingdom|

Ewan Mclennan, winner of the 2013 AHMT Songs for Social Justice Award, has written and recorded a song called "Lampedusa", about the journey of a migrant crossing the Mediterranean. To quote Ewan: "It's a kind of response to the ongoing refugee crisis." All proceeds from the download of the track go to Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontiers - a fantastic charity whose work includes carrying out rescue operations in the Mediterranean, where many of the migrant's boats are going down. [...]

Alan Dickson New CD in Strains of Eden Project

By |November 20th, 2015|United Kingdom|

AHMT grant recipient Alan Dickson has released the second CD “Traces of Freedom”, featuring more songs from his ongoing “Strains of Eden : Scotland’s Land : Songs of Discontent” project. Songs featured are Now Westlin Winds; We'll Make the World Better Yet; Nature and Freedom; The Land! The Land for Me; Kinnoull Hill; Sowers and Reapers (Trilogy); and The Freedom of the Hills. Find out more from , where you can also sign up for Alan's Strains of Eden [...]

AHMT Grant Recipients

By |August 25th, 2015|United Kingdom|

A full listing of AHMT grant recipients is now available at