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Room Bookings

MayDay Rooms is a collectively-run space and is based on different sources of funding. At the moment we have a considerable deficit. We offer free meeting space to unfunded groups that are involved in radical politically organising and/or promote radical self-education. To be able to support that we ask for a donation from all other groups, based on their status (Politically organising or not, regardless of how difficult to judge this is!) and duration of the meeting.

If you would like to further get involved at Mayday Rooms we welcome collaborations with like-minded projects and encourage critical as well as creative engagement with our archival material in relation to ongoing political and cultural struggles. So if you have an ideas for a project, intervention, publication, interruption, exhibition, event or anything else we might not have thought of, please get in touch please email in-formation [AT] maydayrooms.org.


Making a Booking

If you are interested in making a booking, please email in-formation (at) maydayrooms.org with the following information:

• Your Name
• Email
• Group/organisation/project (website if applicable)
• Are you funded or unfunded?
• Type of event (eg. meeting, reading group, screening, workshop)
• Please state whether this event is open to the public
• Please include a description of your group/event and image for
the website
• Date and times of booking


Room Use Costs

Unfunded Groups

Free to use. Although we do call on users to help cover our running costs and sustain this free meeting resource. Any donation is therefore highly appreciated.

Funded Groups

If you are a group or organisation that has funding sources (core or sustained funding) we will ask for a fixed donation based on the duration of your meeting.

For meetings that last up to 4 hours, we ask for a contribution of £30. For meetings that run for longer than 4 hours, please donate at the daily rate of £60.

Non- Political Organisations

There is a fixed rate for room bookings for groups and organisations that are not involved in radical political organising or self-education.

For meetings that last up to 4 hours, we ask for a contribution of £70. For meetings that run for longer than 4 hours, please donate at the daily rate of £120.




88 Fleet Street was built in 1902 and, due to the physical constraints of the building, has limited access. It is compliant with 'ambulant disabled' and provision for broader access is currently under review.