Robert Cunninghame Graham: The Uncrowned King of Scotland

Scottish Storytelling Centre
Scottish Storytelling Centre

Known as ‘Don Roberto’ because of his Spanish blood and impetuous
life-style, R. B. Cunninghame Graham’s mark on Scotland is indelible.

After an early period as an adventurer, he was the first socialist in
Westminster Parliament who was gaoled after assailing the police on Bloody
Sunday, 1887.

He later became the founder and president of the first Labour Party, President
of the Scottish National Party and achieved literary fame as well.

Led by biographer Laurence Davies, the RCG Society opens up an extraordinary life and legacy.

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03 Oct
19:00 - 20:15