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LSS: Bob Forder - The Carliles and Peterloo

Description: Peterloo Massacre bicentenary event

6:30pm Red Leicester Choir open with some numbers from their repertoire, followed by

7pm Bob Forder - "The Heroism of Richard and Jane Carlile with particular reference to Peterloo."

Doors open 6pm. Admission free.

Richard and Jane Carlile are among the very bravest of our freethinking ancestors.

In his talk Bob Forder will assess the Carliles' careers with particular reference to Peterloo.

"The Peterloo Massacre took place at St Peter's Field, Manchester, England, on 16 August 1819, when cavalry charged into a crowd of 60,000–80,000 who had gathered to demand the reform of parliamentary representation." - Wikipedia

Tea and biscuits provided. Donations towards costs welcome.

This event concludes our Peterloo 200 event.

Don't miss the short animation and Mike Leigh's film Peterloo, also at Secular Hall commencing at 2pm: http://lsec.org.uk/calendar/view_entry.php?id=2388

Location: Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester LE1 1WB
Date: Sunday, 7 July 2019
Time: 18:30 BST
Access: Public
Category: LSS - Secular Hall - Public event*
Created by: Public Access ( by LSS editor )
Updated: Thursday, 4 July 2019 13:37 GMT

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