The Russian Revolution Centenary:
Marking 100 years since the October Revolution

Marking 100 years since the October Revolution

Examining the revolution’s:
- Impact in Britain, with a focus on the labour movement
- Cultural legacy, in particular the visual arts
- Global reach, from Europe to Latin America

Speakers include:
Mary Davis
Professor Mary Davis
Mary Davis FRSA is Visiting Professor of Labour History at Royal Holloway University of London. She has written, broadcast and lectured widely on women’s history, labour history, imperialism and racism.
Aleida Guevara
Dr Aleida Guevara
A paediatrician, medical mission veteran and daughter of revolutionary leader Che Guevara
David Lane
Professor David Lane
Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences Emmanuel College. He has written extensively on the USSR and state socialism, the transformation of globalisation and civil society; the enlargement of the European Union and the formation of the Eurasian Union.
Teresita Vicente Sotolongo
Teresita de Jesus Vicente Sotolongo
Cuban Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Teresita de Jesus Vicente Sotolongo

Get your tickets this May Day!
Online and at the Marx Memorial Library

Tickets will go on sale from the 1st May at the Marx Memorial Library’s open day from 10am to 3pm at a reduced price of £7 for one day only.

Tickets will also be available online, on this website and others, at a reduced price on May Day.

Thereafter, they will be sold at standard rate of £10/£8 unwaged.