This screening was followed by filmmaker Q&A hosted by Helen Dewitt a lecturer in at Birkbeck and University of the Arts London.

In 1977 Marc Karlin, James Scott and Humphry Trevelyan started work on a sequel to Nightcleaners that was to focus on the impact of the Cleaners Campaign on one of the women who had been part of a successful strike in 1972.

Myrtle Wardally was by then out of work at home, looking after her children and babysitting for friends. Represented in a series of time lapse portraits and audio interviews, she reflects on her childhood in Grenada, the impact of the strike, the comradeship of the cleaners in struggle, the burdens of childbirth and childcare, and her isolation in a disinterested world.