Around the East End
£6(£5) + booking fee
Anti-fascist Footprints guided walking tour, led by David Rosenberg, teacher and educationalist
Anti-fascist Footprints is a guided walking tour through the 1930s East End, from Gardiners Corner to Cable Street. This walk will also answer many questions: Who was Oswald Mosley and why did he target the Jews? What was the Jewish People’s Council? Who was Phil Piratin and what did he do? What happened at Paragon Mansions? Who did what at the Battle of Cable Street on October 4th?
David Rosenburg divides his working time between primary school teaching and a range of freelance activities including journalism, teaching PGCE students, work on educational projects and East End Walks.
Anti-fascist Footprints guided walking tour is preceded by Anti-fascist self-learning workshop with Aesthetics of Resistance at Rivington Place at 3pm. (This must be booked separately).
Anti-fascist Footprints links to the marking on the 75th anniversary of ‘The Battle of Cable Street’ and a series of local events that celebrate the anniversary.
terms & conditions is a project comprising of a series of events devised by Iniva in collaboration with artist Margareta Kern. The events, ranging from talks and discussions to workshops and walking tours, explore the impact of neoliberal capitalism on migration and labour with a focus on the social and economic injustices.
Inspired by Iniva’s three year project At the Intersection: Art & Economies.
Book your ticket:
Book online here. Alternatively call our reception on 0207 749 1240. Tickets will be available on the day but you are advised to book in advance to ensure your place.
For concessionary rate (students, over 60s, unemployed) enter the code: Iniva_concession on eventbrite for a discounted rate.
NB. please print out your ticket (and present proof of concession) when you arrive at Algate East Station (Whitechapel Gallery exit), the meeting point for this tour.