Friday, 9 September it is: Paul Myles on ‘The Rise of Thomas Paine’

About the speaker
Paul is the treasurer of the Thomas Paine Society UK, and has authored The Rise of Thomas Paine and co authored Thomas Paine in Lewes 1768 – 1774. He runs the society’s website
Paul has given many talks on the above subjects, notably for the American Philosophical Society, the Benjamin Franklin House in London, The Samuel Johnson Society and the Working Class Museum and Library in Manchester.
Paul was born and bred in Lewes and lived here for 67 years, recently becoming more nomadic, based in Plymouth.
Paul returns to Lewes regularly to support Human Nature in building a Thomas Paine bridge over the Ouse, help Bull House open as a visitor centre and assist Westgate Chapel as chair of Trustees.

The venue:
The Elephant And Castle
White Hill

They are £3 and you can purchase them on the door or about a week before at the venue. Please note that the capacity of the venue is limited, we recommend buying the ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.

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