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[Sat 28th Oct 2017] London Anarchist Bookfair (London)

Kate Sharpley

Well-Known Member
2017 London Anarchist Bookfair will be on Saturday 28th October from 10am to 7pm.
Venue: Park View School, West Green Road, N15 3QR
Rail/Tube: Seven Sisters (National Rail or Victoria Line) / Turnpike Lane (Picadilly Line)
Buses: 41:, 67, 230, 341 (get off at stop near junction of Black Boy Lane and West Green Road).


As always, more details about what's on closer to the time at http://www.anarchistbookfair.org.uk/
 

rich!

stalin tache
What was wrong with the one directly opposite the venue?
As a long-time resident of West Green, I think I've been in it about twice :)

T Chances has a charm all its own though, should be a good night there.

Nearest Spoons is at Turnpike Lane, there's also the significantly classier Salisbury on Green Lanes.
 

Pickman's model

every man and every woman is a star
As a long-time resident of West Green, I think I've been in it about twice :)

T Chances has a charm all its own though, should be a good night there.

Nearest Spoons is at Turnpike Lane, there's also the significantly classier Salisbury on Green Lanes.
for classier read dearer
 

ska invita

back on the other side
Seriously though, i do like a DIY film
Room P5
Main Building - Ground Floor

12.30 - 1.15pm
Spiridinova - Armed Love (Film)
The untold story of Maria Spiridonova - an assassin at 18, 11 years in a Siberian labour camp but emerged as the leader of the Left Socialist Revolutionaries locked in a bitter war with the Bolsheviks culminating in the armed insurrection of July 6th 1918.
A film directed by Murray Healy and enacted by some London anarchists determined to restore Maria as one of great revolutionaries of all time. 45 min.
 

mihaly

Active Member
Seriously though, i do like a DIY film
Room P5
Main Building - Ground Floor

12.30 - 1.15pm
Spiridinova - Armed Love (Film)

The untold story of Maria Spiridonova - an assassin at 18, 11 years in a Siberian labour camp but emerged as the leader of the Left Socialist Revolutionaries locked in a bitter war with the Bolsheviks culminating in the armed insurrection of July 6th 1918.
A film directed by Murray Healy and enacted by some London anarchists determined to restore Maria as one of great revolutionaries of all time. 45 min.
Due to some late additions in the cabaret room This is now going to start at 12. You'll kick yourselves if you miss the beginning.
 

andysays

Defiantly non-premium member
As a long-time resident of West Green, I think I've been in it about twice :)

T Chances has a charm all its own though, should be a good night there.

Nearest Spoons is at Turnpike Lane, there's also the significantly classier Salisbury on Green Lanes.
I'm not much of a pub goer, though I am also a long time resident of West Green (do I know you, I wonder?).

As I came home on the bus this evening, I noticed that the Green Gate pub at the Turnpike Lane end of West Green Road has a couple of posters for the Anarchist Bookfair in the window, so maybe they're hoping to be the venue of choice this year.
 

rich!

stalin tache
I'm not much of a pub goer, though I am also a long time resident of West Green (do I know you, I wonder?).

As I came home on the bus this evening, I noticed that the Green Gate pub at the Turnpike Lane end of West Green Road has a couple of posters for the Anarchist Bookfair in the window, so maybe they're hoping to be the venue of choice this year.
We should arrange to fail to meet up and maintain the mystery :)

The Green Gate? What could possibly...

(I still miss the Silver Lady. And the Queens Head)
 
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Pickman's model

every man and every woman is a star
I'm not much of a pub goer, though I am also a long time resident of West Green (do I know you, I wonder?).

As I came home on the bus this evening, I noticed that the Green Gate pub at the Turnpike Lane end of West Green Road has a couple of posters for the Anarchist Bookfair in the window, so maybe they're hoping to be the venue of choice this year.
They desire the red and black pound
 

andysays

Defiantly non-premium member
I've got stuff to do this afternoon, so I can't make the actual Bookfair, but if someone wants to to nominate a pub or other venue for a later meet-up, I might just make that (not the crusty punk do at T-Chances on the High Road though...)
 

ska invita

back on the other side
the Maria Spiridinova film is great. She is a legend... The Lenin quotes they dug out for it are jawdropping, particularly the bit justifying dictatorship.
Some great casting too!
will be online soon supposedly.

i like this anarcho-birdwatching thing :D
not sure what radical examples birds set...shitting on statues? Freegan diet? Squatting trees?
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