Delve & Discover: The Fabian Society

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Delve & Discover: The Fabian Society

Delve & Discover: The Fabian Society

Come along and find out more about the Fabian Society, which celebrates its 130th anniversary this year.  The Fabian society was set up in order to advance socialist principles by gradualist means – they did not believe in revolution to bring about change and first united as a debating group.  The membership was mainly middle class and attracted celebrities such as George Bernard Shaw, H G Wells and Annie Besant.

This workshop is part of our Sensory Labyrinth Theatre course and will inspire a Labyrinth performance at the museum during our Play Your Party event on Sunday 2 March.  You can find out more about the course at the workshop.  There is no commitment – if you’d just like to find out about the Fabians then you’re equally welcome.

Suitable for adults and young people

  • Find out more about our free Play Your Part creative courses
  • Treat yourself to 15% off in The Left Bank cafe bar when you attend an event at the People’s History Museum
  • Part of our Play Your Part programme of events and exhibitions
  • Want to see your event here?  Are you a community group looking for a space?  We may be able to help.  If you’d like to Play Your Part and hold a public event here then please contact catherine.odonnell@phm.org.uk for full details

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