This old thread
about the film includes (in Post #15) links to the film in three parts on YouTube (where it is an "unlisted video"). The film begins with a band playing "Hello Dolly", and then the voice-over begins. Here is a quick translation of the voice-over at the beginning of the film:
Sheffield is a working-class city in mid-England, comparable with Dusburg or Essen. Half a million people live here.
Then after a pause, a man is shown on Ben Lane, walking down to the club. The voice-over continues:
This is Mr Charles Henry Richards. He is 63 years old, married, and has a 31 year-old daughter who is ill and unable to work. He is a grinder in a cutlery factory and earns about 95 marks [then about £8 10s] per week. On Sundays he goes to the club at 10 in the morning to drink beer and talk with his friends.
Then the camera shows some people talking at the bar and playing cards etc. and the film continues.