Revolt, Rebels & Riot March 9th
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About the Event
The right to protest has been held dear by Londoners since its foundation. Some citizens have petitioned, some have campaigned. Some, however, have rebelled and some have rioted. Wat Tyler's rebels in 1381 wanted fair taxation. So did the Poll Tax rioters in 1990.
The Match Girls in 1888 fought for safe working conditions. The Suffragettes demanded political emancipation. Other mobs have been stirred by bigotry, hatred, frustration and intolerance. Find out about how London has protested, rebelled and rioted over the past 2,000 years.
This virtual tour will be deliverd direct to you via Zoom. Full details will be sent to you on booking.