Bristol, UK - Events Local News Groups Contact
Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
Sat, Apr 25, 2015 11am to 6pm
Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW · Cost: Free
Bristol Anarchist Bookfair
Mar 8, 2015

Never Mind The Ballots…It’s The 7th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair!

Saturday 25th April 2015, from 11.00am – 6pm, at Trinity Centre, Trinity Rd, Bristol BS2 0NW, with Radical History Zone nearby at Hydra Bookshop.

Coming at you live and direct from east-central Bristol, just 13 days before the 2015 British General Election & local elections, we are pleased to invite you to the 7th Bristol Anarchist Bookfair – and there wont be a single lying, corrupt, austerity-enforcing, media-spinning politician in sight.
Read full 2015 Bookfair Callout.

Stalls – see Stalls Page for Booking Forms and more info. The ‘Early Bird’ discount deadline of 14th February has now passed, so all bookings will be at the standatd rate now. The final deadline for inclusion in our printed programme is noon on 25 March. You may still get space after that…but we can’t guarantee it!
We will shortly start listing on the Stalls page all confirmed bookings.

Workshops & Meetings – see Workshops/Meetings Page for Proposal Forms & more info about the spaces available and whats going on where. Deadline for proposals is noon on 25 March 2015. Thanks.
Once confirmed, we’ll be listing all the meetings/workshops on that page.
The Radical History Zone is co-ordinated by BRHG – the full programme is here.

Publicity – we’ve now produced and printed our Bookfair poster, flyer, and we’ve been given some stickers too. You can see all publicity here. Feel free to download/print images, and share them with your friends & comrades on social media and in real life. If you want to pick up some copies from us, drop in at one of our meetings, or send us an email. Cheers!

Keb_20logo_textCafe at the Bookfair – the vegan cafe will be run once again byKebele Cafe & friends, on the ground floor at Trinity. There will be hot/cold drinks, snacks & cake available from 11am at latest, and main meals from about 1pm, all at very affordable prices. Proceeds from the Cafe help fund the Bookfair, and also a new roof at Kebele. Hydra Bookshop also sells coffee & cake at the Radical History Zone.

Kids Space – this will be facilitated by Bristol MAP, on the ground floor of Trinity, opposite the Cafe. There’ll be some comfy seating, soft toys, games, arts materials etc, and space for kids to move around freely. Please note this is not a supervised creche, you will need to remain with your children.
There will also be some kids activities outside in the Permaculture Garden, along with green space & a small adventure playground (weather permitting!).

After-Party & Fundraiser – there’ll be an After-Party fairly close by on the evening of the Bookfair, from 8’ish to late. Expect music, dancing, frivolity & drinking! It’ll be a split fundraiser for the Bookfair and a suitable local cause/campaign – but if we don’t need the money from it then we’ll give it all away. More info soon. 

Featured Pay Per View Films
Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective (2015)
92 min
Within Reach (2013)
87 min
The Economics of Happiness (2011)
65 min
Trending Today
Why Does Our Culture Focus So Much on Childbirth and So Little on The Time After?
Dr. Kathleen Kendall-Tackett6,709 views today ·
Born Sexy Yesterday: Another Gendered Hollywood Movie Trope That Needs to Die
18 min2,873 views today ·
Through Abdullah's Eyes (2017)
42 min2,114 views today ·
Today I Rise: This Beautiful Short Film Is Like a Love Poem For Your Heart and Soul
4 min969 views today ·
What Makes Call-Out Culture So Toxic
Asam Ahmad665 views today ·
Predatory Romance in Harrison Ford Movies
17 min598 views today ·
This Facebook Comment About the UK Election Is Going Viral
Chris Renwick569 views today ·
John Lennon's "Imagine," Made Into a Comic Strip
John Lennon. Art by Pablo Stanley554 views today ·
Lao Tzu's Four Rules for Living
Azriel ReShel360 views today ·
Load More


Love Films For Action? 

Films For Action empowers citizens with the information and perspectives essential to creating a more just, sustainable, and democratic society.

If you feel like you get some value from this library, consider making a donation today. Every little bit helps.

Join us on Facebook
Bristol Anarchist Bookfair