Join us for this interesting talk by Keith Myerscough.
In the late-Victorian era Lancashire’s working classes came to Blackpool in search of respite from the ravages of their urban-industrial lives.
Attracted by the sea and its bracing breezes, Blackpool’s leisure entrepreneurs built ‘Pleasure Palaces’ that offered variety, theatre performances and the opportunity to participate in health-giving aquatic activities.
Learn more about this fascinating era of Victorian Blackpool.
No need to book - just come along! Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.
Thursday 28 July 2022, 2pm - 3pm
Showtown's Activity Hub
65, Victoria Street
(opposite M&S Food Hall)