On the centenary of his birth
15 June 2013
Time 10:30 - 15:00
Duration 4 hours 30 minutes
Cost £10 waged / £5 unwaged or concessions
Michael Foot was leader of the Labour Party in opposition in the early 1980s. Memories of this term are so often reduced to his puppet on TV’ s Spitting Image, or his wearing his duffle coat on Remembrance Sunday. Few remember Foot for his oration, his activism, his journalism, his learning.
This public event will remember Michael Foot, with testimony from friends, family, journalists and colleagues.
Speakers will include Peter Tatchell, political campaigner best known for his work with LGBT social movements.
The event will also include displays from the Labour History Archive & Study Centre.
Suitable for adults.
Booking Requirements: Booking required, please contact 0161 838 9190 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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