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Never Going Underground: banners tour

Never Going Underground: banners tour

A special tour of banners used by organisations fighting for LGBT+ rights

3 February 2017


Time 13:00 - 14:00

Duration 60 minutes

Cost In order to keep our events programme affordable to everyone, please make a donation.  Suggested donation £3

Did you know that the People’s History Museum has the largest collection of campaigning and political banners in the world?  And that we are the world’s expert in conserving them?  As part of our Never Going Underground season, in 2017 we have a special banner hang featuring banners used by organisations fighting for LGBT+ rights.

Join Engagement & Events Officer Catherine O’Donnell and Textile Conservator Jenny Barsby on an informative tour of the new banners on display and find out about their history and how we look after them for future generations.  Includes a peek behind the scenes in our Textile Conservation Studio.

Part of our Never Going Underground season, a year long programme of exhibitions, events and learning programmes exploring the past, present andHeritage Lottery FundedNever Going Underground: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights future of LGBT+ activism.

Suitable for adults and young people

  • Treat yourself to 15% off in The Left Bank cafe bar and 10% off in the museum shop when you attend an event at the People’s History Museum
  • Did you know you can book guided tours for groups?  Check out our Learning pages for more information.  You might also be interested in our Teas & Tours package – feed your mind and body!

Booking Requirements: No booking required

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