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An Evening With Peter Tatchell

Peter Tatchell will talk about his work as a human rights campaigner over the last 30 years.


Claire Armitstead, Literary Editor of the Guardian, will interview Peter Tatchell about his work as a human rights campaigner over the last 30 years, including his attempted citizen’s arrest of Robert Mugabe and the Equal Love campaign. They’ll talk about his political beliefs, inspirations and tactics, and Peter will answer questions from the audience.
Introduced by London Assembly member Jenny Jones.


Speaker(s):

Mr Peter Tatchell | talks | www
Chair: Claire Armitstead | talks
AM Jenny Jones | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

5 April 2011 at 7:45 pm

Duration:

2 hours

 

Venue:

Oval House Theatre
52-54 Kennington Oval
London
SE11 5SW
020 7582 7680
http://www.ovalhouse.com
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Organised by:

Southwark Green Party
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Tickets:

£10, £3 concs

Available from:

www.ovalhouse.com or Box Office 020 7582 7680

Additional Information:

Vegetarian Caribbean menu available from 6.30pm. Licensed bar open till late.

For more information about Peter’s human rights campaigns see www.petertatchell.net

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