Book tour: ‘The march that shook Blair’

By Ed

17 February 2013

Ian Sinclair's new book, The march that shook Blair, is an oral history of the largest demonstration in British history - the march against the Iraq war on February 15, 2003. Published to mark the 10th anniversary of the march, the book explores the impact of the march and the anti-war movement, the debate about the tactics of the Stop the War Coalition, the effect of the march on Britain's Muslim population and much more besides. For more, see our recent interview with the author.

Ian is promoting the book on a speaking tour. Here is a list of the events so far:

19 February, Hastings: 7.30pm, Friends (Quaker) Meeting House, South Terrace, Hastings, East Sussex TN34 1SA 
25 February, Lincoln University: 6.15pm, Jackson Lecture Theatre, Main Campus, University of Lincoln LN6 7TS
26 February, Peterborough: 7.30pm, Friends Meeting House, River Lane, off 21 Thorpe Road (beside Crescent Bridge), Peterborough, PE3 6AB.
9 March, Sheffield: 2pm Sheffield Quaker Meeting House, 10 St James' St Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 2EW.
3 April, Faringdon, Oxford: 8pm, Friends Meeting House, Lechlade Rd, Faringdon, Oxon SN7 7PX.
5 April, Iraqi women's conference, London: During Iraqi Women Solidarity conference, 2 - 9pm, The Bolivar Hall, Grafton Way, London W1T 5DL

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