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Dr Janet Lees Sep 28
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Dr Janet Lees Sep 28
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Gob • The Knee Doctor Apr 18
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Anna Hughes 2h
Extended due to popular demand! is now on until 20th Oct. 2019. Discover the story of Manchester’s fight for freedom, as the city marks two centuries since one of the darkest moments in its history
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The University of Manchester Apr 5
A new exhibition at is set to display rare historic documents relating to the 1819 Peterloo Massacre
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Alan Sep 15
Well that's a shocker??!!!
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Michael Douglas Feb 22
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Neil Hopkins Jul 13
Almost colour coordinated....
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The John Rylands Library Sep 21
What would Henry Hunt say if he was alive today? 'That we need to carry on fighting for a fair world' . Just 8 days left of our exhibition! Discover the story of the 1819 Peterloo Massacre and its significance 200 years on.
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Culture Vulture Reviews Sep 28
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Christ the King RCPS Jun 12
Thank you for a fantastic tour and visit.
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The John Rylands Library Sep 26
TODAY, 11.15-11.30am: See our beautiful printing press in action. We'll be printing the powerful words penned by Percy Bysshe Shelley in response to the tragic events of Peterloo. Free, no need to book.
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Laura Jul 30
Some of the Peterloo posters treated in collection care today
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Andrew Brooks Jun 20
Photographing inside the beautiful Library in this evening. Documenting talks & a public debate about the Peterloo massacre. This evening was part of &
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Christ the King RCPS Jun 12
Thank you to for the welcome. Yr6 are learning so much on our Peterloo walk.
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Lee Houghton Aug 3
Strong hat game from team Houghton today at the John Rylands.
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People's History Museum Sep 19
to catch Peterloo exhibition - ends Sun 29 Sept! Featuring original handwritten records, historic newspapers & documents, uncover the personal stories behind the protest that shocked Britain
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The John Rylands Library Sep 30
GOOD NEWS: our exhibition has now been extended until 20 October. There’s still time to discover the powerful story of and its significance 200 years on.
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Caroline Boyd UoM Library Mar 21
I love the atrium floor map at ! Check out the exhibition which opened today!
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Natasha Picciani Jul 23
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