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Led by the University of Manchester Platypus Society, this walking tour takes us around the Manchester of the industrial revolution, with Friedrich Engels as our guide.

We will tread his footsteps and uncover Manchester's mostly lost, but surprisingly sometimes extant, industrial 'heritage', and together we will question just what bearing the past has on the city of the present.

Meet at the Engels statue outside HOME (M15 4FN) no later than 3pm. Walk followed by drinks.

All welcome, tickets free but please book beforehand via Eventbrite: cottonopolis.eventbrite.co.uk

FB event: facebook.com/events/498087800724617/

Venue/Timing

Venue: Start: Engels Statue outside HOME
Type: Meeting, Other, Social, Society, Travel or Trips
Start Date: Wednesday 27-03-2019 - 15:00
End Date: Wednesday 27-03-2019 - 17:00
Capacity: 25

Location

Latitude: 53.4737421
Longitude: -2.2463890999999876

Contact Details

london@platypus1917.org

Tuesdays 7pm
Location: Greenhouse Cafe, George Kenyon Hall, University of Manchester M13 9PY

All welcome. To RSVP or for any access issues, please email davemnt@gmail.com

An interview with Lawrence Parker, the author of Communists and Labour: The National Left-Wing Movement, 1925-1929, conducted by Efraim Carlebach of the Platypus Affiliated Society on July 21, 2018.

An edited transcript of the interview was published in the Platypus Review Issue #111.