The inaugural Bradlaugh Lecture and reception at Manchester Gallery will mark the end of the National Secular Society’s 150 anniversary celebrations.
Bryan Niblett, author of the definitive biography of NSS founding president, Charles Bradlaugh, will present a lecture based on his highly acclaimed book ‘Dare to Stand Alone’.
The event will also coincide with the re-hanging of Walter Sickert’s portrait of Bradlaugh, which attendees will be able to view for the first time, since gifted to the gallery by the National Secular Society’s Manchester Branch in 1911.
Guests will also hear a ‘very brief history of the NSS’ from NSS historian Bob Forder.
The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception.
Manchester, M2 3JL
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