The Comrades over at Bristol Radical History Group (BRHG) have announced the full lineup for their Radical History Zone (RHZ) at this years Bristol Anarchist Bookfair, and as ever it’s a right cracker of a selection!
The RHZ takes place at Hydra Bookshop, 34 Old Market, Bristol BS2 0EZ, which is just 5 minutes down the road from the main Anarchist Bookfair venue at the Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW. Hydra Bookshop will be open from 11am, selling books, coffee & cake all day, whilst BRHG’s book stall will be at the main Bookfair.
RHZ meetings start at 12noon. Each session, with a full description, is listed below. You can also find it on the BRHG website, on our Workshops page, in the Bookfair Programme on the day, or you can download it here RHZ2016_programme (pdf) and read it in bed/at work and share it with your friends!
Radical History Zone @ the 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
30th April 2016 at Hydra Bookshop
Co-ordinated by Bristol Radical History Group (BRHG)
Continue reading Radical History Zone Full Programme
This is a final callout for Workshop Proposals and Stall Bookings for the 8th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair. The Bookfair is on Saturday 30th April 2016, from 11am to 6pm, at the Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW, with the Radical History Zone just 5 minutes down the road at Hydra Bookshop.
We have a rough theme for this year’s Bookfair of ‘Building an Anarchist Future’ – read the callout for that here. Please also have a look at the Bookfair Collective’s ‘Aims & Principles’….and now read on for Stalls & Workshops info as the deadline is 26th March at noon (later Stall bookings can be accepted if we have any space left!).
Continue reading Final Call For Stalls and Workshops at Bristol Bookfair 2016
Here’s our first Bookfair FUNdraiser for 2016 – raising funds, by having fun, allows us to keep the Bookfair free to the public!
LaDIYfest Bristol (FB page) in association with Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2016 present an evening of good food, friends, music and poetry!
Featuring… Continue reading 2016 Anarchist Bookfair FUNdraiser – meal and social
We now have several thousand flyers printed for the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair – on 30th April at Trinity Centre.
The flyers are double-sided A5, full colour, printed onto to recycled (thin) card. Why not grab some to dish out to your friends, neighbours, work colleagues, or down your local pub or community space? You can pick some up from Hydra Bookshop (Old Market) or Kebele social centre (in Easton), whenever they are open! Here’s the flyer below, and you can see the images for all our publicity (poster, flyer, stickers, other images) on our Publicity page.
The 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair Collective (BABC) recently agreed some key Aims for the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair with it’s theme of ‘Building An Anarchist Future’; at the same time we clarified & re-confirmed some basic Principles for present & future BABC’s to work with.
Aims – In 2016 the BABC aims to:
– Explore the idea of building an anarchist future, how our journeys towards liberation might look and challenges that we foresee along the way. Continue reading Anarchist Bookfair – Aims and Principles
Building an anarchist future
Call-out for workshops and stalls for the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair, which will be on Saturday 30th April 2016, from 11am – 6pm, at Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW.
If capitalism collapsed tomorrow would we be ready?
It’s hard to plan for an uncertain future, as we have no idea how things will play out. Nor is it realistic to think there will ever be a point where we will have reached our destination or ideal utopia.
However, we can work on building our resilience & solidarity & co-operation, experimenting with different ways of organising, exchanging skills & resources, growing food & sustainability, dealing with conflict. and so on.
The aim of this year’s Bookfair is to focus on the future…as capital’s global crisis deepens and conflicts escalate, with disastrous consequences for humanity & the planet, the need for lasting social revolution has never been greater…the future is bright IF the future is anarchism! Here’s the details & forms for Stall bookings & Workshop proposals….
Continue reading Callout for Stalls and Workshops at the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
Since our Bookfair callout and first meeting on 4th October, the 2016 Bristol anarchist bookfair collective (BABC) has been getting on with the various tasks relevant to setting up the 2016 Bookfair.
Now that we are into 2016, BABC will be meeting more regularly to ensure the smooth running of the event…the next Bookfair collective meeting is:
Sunday 10, 24 January 7th, 21st 28th February, 13th 20th 20th March, Monday 28th March ,Sunday 3, 10 Sunday 17 April at 7pm, upstairs at Kebele social centre (14 Robertson Rd, Bristol BS5).
If you have the time & energy to commit to help with organising over the next 3/4 months then please come along, or to find out more / offer specific help, you can contact us at
Continue reading Organising for the 2016 Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
Kebele social centre, in Easton, Bristol, has now been going for 20 years and is celebrating by holding a NovemberFest – which is in fact 6 weeks worth of activities, events, workshops, cafes, parties & arts – alongside it’s normal weekly activities. As ever events are either free, or for a suggested donation of just a few pounds, and nobody is turned away because they are skint. Continue reading Kebele social centre – a 20 year anarchist experiment