There are still places available to come to Working Class Museum Library annexe this Wednesday 22 September 2pm to hear Harry Taylor speak on his new book Victor Grayson: a reappraisal of the life and politics of Britain’s lost revolutionary.
Harry will talk about his decade researching the life and politics of Victor Grayson – most often remembered for winning a remarkable by-election at Colne Valley in 1907, and for his still unexplained disappearance in 1920 – and describe how much of the accepted narrative about Grayson was invented by his enemies to discredit the cause of socialism.
Harry Taylor is a former Labour councillor who now works as a political director. He is the co-author of Peter Shore: Labour’s forgotten patriot as well as Victor Grayson: in search of Britain’s lost revolutionary, published by Pluto Press in 2021. More at www.victorgrayson.com.
You can book a free ticket to attend this talk in person at https://working-class-
The Library will be asking you as an attendee to wear a face covering unless you are exempt, and social distancing guidelines will be in operation.
Refreshments will be offered after the talk, also in our annexe – please note that access to the main library will not be possible.
The event will also be live-streamed on Zoom. You don’t need a ticket to join us this way – simply click on the link below shortly before 2pm on Wednesday: