Louise Michel, feminist, anarchist, poet, playwright and journalist, survived the bloody end of the 1871 Paris Commune and subsequent exile to New Caledonia. She loved London and visited several times. But why was she invited in 1883 to give her opinion on the Lambeth Workhouse?
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune, Vauxhall History co-editor Naomi Clifford explores the life of this extraordinary figure.
Wednesday 14 April 2021, 7pm.
Book at EventBrite.
Presented by Vauxhall History and Friends of South Lambeth Library.