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Living History: Read All About It! – Papers, Protest and Peterloo

Living History: Read All About It! – Papers, Protest and Peterloo

Meet James Bronterre O‘Brien, editor of Victorian newspaper the Poor Man’s Guardian. Accompany Bronterre on a march to Peterloo, interview child mill worker John Oats, and use drama and role play techniques to uncover the stories of the day.

Living History - Read All About It! Papers, Protest & Peterloo @ People's History Museum

Living History workshops use performance, interactive drama activities and gallery exploration to bring learning to life.

  • This session is currently unavailable as we are in the process of updating it.  When new information is available, it will be posted here.
  • As an alternative to the session, the Peterloo- Teachers’ Notes are a helpful resource.

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