RB Cunninghame Graham (1852-1936), known as Don Roberto, was one of the most prominent and influential Scots of his day. Best known as the co-founder with Keir Hardie of the Scottish Labour Party, forerunner of the modern Labour Party, and later as founding president of the SNP.
But he was many other things besides: celebrated writer, horseman, traveller, adventurer, visionary, fighter for social justice, humanitarian. Almost everything he stood for rings as loudly today as ever, yet he remains curiously overlooked.
Join us at the AK Bell Library on 15th February to discover the secrets of Don Roberto's lost legacy.