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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

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The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Investors hold the key as Picturehouse wage strikes intensify

Shared from on 18 April 2017

The leafy streets of East Dulwich hardly look like a hotbed of sedition, but staff at the local Picturehouse cinema went on strike for the first time on Easter Saturday — the fifth London venue of the arthouse chain to suffer a walkout because of parent company Cineworld’s refusal to pay the £9.75 London Living Wage.

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Everyman cinema chain is next to drop zero-hours contracts

Shared from on 15 September 2016

All staff at the boutique group will be offered minimum hours of work, following similar moves at rival Curzon Cinemas and Sports Direct

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Nudge, nudge: Python supports ushers striking for the living wage

Shared from on 21 July 2014

Cinemagoers attending a screening at one of the most successful – and left-leaning – arthouse venues in Britain on Sunday night had to pass a picket line of staff demanding the London Living Wage.

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