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GalleryOldham Sep 18
Last chance to see the Waterloo to Peterloo exhibition . Come along on Sat 21 Sept at 1-2 pm to explore with social history curator, Sean Baggaley. No need to book.
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Mary McGuigan 14h
Back from the framers How glorious? 🙌🏻🐝 💙
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Peterloo2019 Sep 17
Fake news. Fractured politics. A state against its people. There's only 1 week left to catch the timely exhibition!
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Oldham Council 19h
This year marks 200 years since the Peterloo Massacre. To honour the occasion have an exhibition, ‘From Waterloo to Peterloo’ 🖼 which explores the many stories 📕 that link Oldham to that historic event. Read more here:
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People's History Museum Sep 16
‘Sacred to the memory of...those who escaped the bloody massacre..’ Created in the aftermath of Peterloo, see this hand crafted knitted sampler on public display for the first time in our Disrupt? Peterloo and Protest exhibition
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Jacqueline Riding Sep 19
Out now mag w/ cover. Inside, my article on amazing experience as production historian & adviser on Mike Leigh’s & , Library’s fab resources & writing tie-in book available in all good bookshops
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WKGS History & Politics Department Sep 17
Such a moving exhibition to commemorate . Great to see an acknowledgment of the women involved in such an important event in our democracy
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Chris Longden Sep 17
Interview at location of 1860 Bread Riots talking
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The Libertalia Sep 16
Do you want ? Head down to the exhibition and write on our manifesto wall. the world one word at a time.
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Dr Corinne Painter Sep 17
Glad to find the time to pop in to and see their exhibition. Really set the repressive reaction of the State into a modern context
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Fiona Milne Sep 16
I’m excited to be offering this Saturday course on “Writing the Peterloo Massacre” on 2 November, 10am - 4.30pm. We’ll be reading poems, songs, memoirs & more for the 200th anniversary of come and join us!
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The John Rylands Library Sep 19
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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St Johns Hurst Cross Sep 15
We’re open until 3pm today for and our exhibition. Come and see
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Sue Lees Sep 12
'Live' as it would have been reported 200 years ago, but in a 21st century way.
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The John Rylands Library 22h
When loaned her handbill to the Library for our exhibition, it was in four fragments in a sandwich bag. Watch this video to see Ilaria, our Conservator, work her magic! ✨ See the handbill in our exhibition.
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Trust New Art 20h
How time has flown! 'Glorious Phantoms' at and by artist family Grace, Gary, Hope & Merrick ends 29 September. Discover more:
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Elizabeth Gaskell's House Sep 18
Don't miss our free talk today at 1 pm as Robert Poole explores the links between the Gaskell and Peterloo.
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Manchester Histories Sep 12
You can now listen again to the specially composed music, Hope by Robin Richards, created for From the Crowd, on Friday 16 August 2019.
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Critchley Community Hub Sep 14
Honouring 200 years since Peterloo, special guest speakers followed by a buffet lunch 🎉☀️
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The John Rylands Library Sep 15
What would Henry Hunt say if he was alive today? 💭 'We, the people, still need to stand up to power and make our voices heard'. Visit our exhibition to learn the story of the Peterloo Massacre and its significance 200 years on.
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