Bristol Radical History Festival – 2019

Saturday 12th October, 2019

Bristol Radical History Group (BRHG) and the Remembering the Real World War I Group (RRWWI) have organised a full programme of events during the third Bristol Radical History Festival. Expect talks, walks, films, singing, a performance space with a puppet show, storytelling and poetry, and an exhibition space, as well as stalls with books and merchandise from local and national groups.

The 2019 festival has two main themes:

1919: Year of Revolutions
Green History: from 18th Century roots to Extinction Rebellion

The organisers explain that the aftermath of the First World War was one of the most revolutionary moments in the Twentieth Century.

Bristol Radical History Festival - 2019 - Flyer

Full details of the programme can be found by clicking on this image.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise any commercial advertisements appearing on this page aren’t endorsed or supported by Bristol Trades Union Council.

Bristol Radical History Festival 2018

Bristol Radical History Festival 2018

Sunday 6th May, 2018
M Shed , Bristol

Building on their success in 2017 the M Shed and Bristol Radical History Group are hosting another event on Sunday May 6th 2018 with more talks, walks, performance and stalls.

More details can be found at Bristol Radical History Festival 2018

Bristol Radical History Festival

Sunday 17th September 2017
10.30am – 4.30pm
M Shed, Princes Wharf
Wapping Rd, BS1 4RN

Bristol Radical History Festival

Bristol Radical History and the Remembering the Real World War One groups are teaming up to bring you the Bristol Radical History Festival.

Bristol Radical History Festival brings together historians, history groups, publishers and the public for a day of talks, walks, puppet shows and readings, films, bookstalls and displays uncovering radical histories in Bristol, the South West and beyond.

More details about the festival, including the programme, can be found on the facebook page Bristol Radical History Festival