Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2013
Thanks to everyone who came along to the Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday and made it such a great day!
Thanks to all the stall holders, folk who did talks, designed and printed the posters, donated prizes for the tombola, volunteers who helped out and staff from the People’s History Museum.
We’re planning on doing it again next year. Any feedback please email email@example.com.
Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2013 will take place on Saturday 23rd November from 10.00am until 4.00pm at the People’s History Museum, Left Bank, off Bridge Street, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3ER
Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair Social
Join us for a beer at Marx’s and Engel’s local!
Gig NOW from 6.00pm in the Vault with:
Andy T, Autonomads, Black Light Mutants, and Class Actions with Andy Carrington
Just added: Makings of a Maniac
£3 suggested donation
The Crescent, 20 The Crescent, Salford, M5 4PT
(Ten minute walk from People’s History Museum)
Here’s what people had to say about previous bookfairs:
“Spending a day at the anarchist bookfair I could see why they attract such a mixture of ages and people. It is a movement that does respond to the creativity that most people have within themselves. It does offer a more direct solution to some of the problems that young people face including homelessness, low pay and isolation. And at a time when more traditional organisations such as trade unions and the left are struggling to cope with the Con-Dem attacks it seems that the anarchists, to use an old adage, understand that the personal is political”.
“I hear that the Manchester and Salford Anarchist Bookfair was a great success on Saturday 3 December 2011 and I’m very glad to hear that you got so many visitors. We hope to be able to host another Bookfair again next year”.
Katy Archer, Director People’s History Museum
“Leeds Anarchist Black Cross would like to say a huge thank you to the organisers of the Manchester and Salford Anarchist book fair which was held today at The People’s Museum. The event was well organised and there was a great atmosphere in a venue that proved ideal for such an occasion. Leeds ABC sold a wide range of literature and t-shirts raising nearly £200 that will go directly to supporting anarchist and antifascist prisoners. Thanks to everyone involved in the organising, anyone who bought stuff from us or came to chat to us about the work we do”.
Leeds Anarchist Black Cross