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MANCHESTER AND SALFORD ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR
 

Star date: 12th November 2011

ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR FUN

Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair
People's History Museum
3rd December 10am-4pm Free

Loads of anarchist and radical groups are descending on the People's History Museum in a few weeks for a whole day of discussion, meetings, stalls, records and books…it could well be chaos.

Full details here…


Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair
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Wow! Anyone who thought anarchy in the UK was dead should pop along to the People's History Museum on 3rd December to see the amazing range of radical stuff that's going off out there – from radio stations, to art, to cycling clubs.

Stalls confirmed so far for the Anarchist Bookfair include Autonomedia, which `publish books on radical media, politics and the arts that seek to transcend party lines, bottom lines and straight lines', One Way Ticket To Cubesville `putting politics back into absurdity', and the Under The Pavement Radio Show `anarchy on the airwaves'…

Also represented will be the Manc Hunt Saboteurs, the Leeds Surrealist Group, and the Polyp Cartoonist's `never-previously-attempted work of cartoon magic, condensing the whole of world history into a graphic and completely wordless narrative'

The famous National Clarion Cycling Club 1895 which combines cycling with the principles of socialism will also be there, together with top big business botherers Corporate Watch, Manc-based DIY label Pumpkin Records, and squatters' action group, SQUASH.

There's also lots of campaigning indie media groups from around the country – that get the alternative news through by video, blogs, net sites and print.

Should be a fun, different day. And it's all free!

Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair
People's History Museum, Manchester
(it's kind of between the High Court and the Mark Addy pub)
3rd December 10am-4pm Free

For a full list of all the groups taking part and links to their websites and stuff go to www.underthepavement.org/bookfair/ or click here
 
* Our graphics show pages from 80s anarcho-punk magazine, Vague, which may or may not be found on stalls at the Bookfair.
 

 

 

Anton wrote
at 11:55:16 AM on Thursday, November 17, 2011
That Solfed seem like a sexy organisation :P
 
David from Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair wrote
at 3:30:29 AM on Thursday, November 17, 2011
Great write up. Thanks. Hope to see lots of folk there... David PS: Not sure if there will any copies of Vague 'zine there but def lots of contemporary anarcho-punk stuff from the folks at Pumpkin Records and Active Distribution.
 
DAVE wrote
at 11:27:48 PM on Saturday, November 12, 2011
A MOST DEFINATELY NOT-TO-BE-MISSED EVENT .
 
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