The untold story of the struggle to establish civil rights opens on Valentines Day, Thursday, February 14.
DEPTFORD Heritage Festival will mark the third LGBT+ History Month in February 2019 with Liberty, a new play by Ray Barron-Woolford exploring how the LGBT+ and Civil Rights movements were fought and won in 1930s Britain.
The play, starring Ana Luiza Ulsig, Emily Carding and Alex Reid, is based on actual historical events presented in Ray Barron-Wilford’s new book the Last Queen of Scotland which tells the little known story of a Scottish left-wing activist and primary school teacher Kath Duncan, who took on the power of the King, parliament, and entire legal establishment to lay the groundwork for the National Council of Civil Liberties and the legal freedoms we possess today.
Event: Liberty: The Untold Story of the Struggle to Establish Civil Rights
When: February 14–28 at 7pm.
Where: Zion Baptist Chapel, 466 New Cross Road, London SE14 6TJ
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