Leicester Secular Society Events

Most LSS meetings are at Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester LE1 1WB All Welcome (exceptions are shown in the detailed listings). Contact details are on our Home Page. Hire a room.

Sunday, 3 March 2019
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18:00 [18:00] Always and Always Facing Towards The Light (ext event)
This outdoor spectacular celebration of the life and work of Leicester's working class suffragette and Leicester Secular Society member, Alice Hawkins, was due to have taken place in Market Square last November, but was delayed because of essential works to the Corn Exchange building. There will be three half-hour performances this evening at about 6pm, 7:45 and 9pm. You will need to book, as this promises to be oversubscribed! More details will be available nearer the time from the Leicester shop on Gallowtree Gate, and will be posted here, so save the date now!

Category: LSS - Secular Hall - Public event[18:30] LSS: Anniversary Sunday
Anniversary Sunday An event to mark the 137th anniversary of the opening of Secular Hall and to celebrate the life of Louie Croxtall who died last year aged 104. Members will talk about Louie's life and times, with archive and video material. Please bring food/drink to share. Cake will be provided! Free entry. Donations towards costs welcome.

In the interest of freethought and free speech we also list other selected events of interest - no endorsement or responsibility is implied. Always check details with the organisers.

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