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Living History performance: Slavery & Suffrage: William Cuffay’s Story

Living History performance: Slavery & Suffrage: William Cuffay’s Story

Meet Living History character William Cuffay, son of a freed slave

2 December 2012

William Cuffay

Time 13:15 - 14:00

Duration 45 minutes

Cost Free. Donations to the museum gratefully received.

This performance explores the horrors of the slave trade and how it fuelled the Industrial Revolution.  Meet William Cuffay, son of a freed slave, who became a Chartist leader and campaigned for the right to vote.  For the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery.

Family Friendly event.  Suitable for over 7s to adults.

Did you know you can book Living History performances for groups?  Check out our Learning pages for more information.

Booking Requirements: No booking required.

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