Photos Ritzy cinema workers strike for a living wage #BECTU

April 14, 2014
Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London. © Stefano Cagnoni - reportdigital.co.uk

Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London.
© Stefano Cagnoni – reportdigital.co.uk

Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London. © Stefano Cagnoni - reportdigital.co.uk

Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London.
© Stefano Cagnoni – reportdigital.co.uk

Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London. © Stefano Cagnoni - reportdigital.co.uk

Staff at The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton stage a 24 hour strike in support of their claim to be paid the London Living Wage. On zero hour contracts, they are currently paid less than the living wage hourly rate said to be necessary to be able to afford to live in London.
© Stefano Cagnoni – reportdigital.co.uk