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MayDay Rooms is archive, resource and safe haven for social movements, experimental and marginal cultures and their histories.

We are open: Wednesday–Friday, 11–6pm

Please contact us to book an archival appointment:
in-formation [AT] maydayrooms.org

Find us at:

88 Fleet Street

Tel: 0203 930 9297

Using the Space

We offer free organising and event space  for unfunded activist and self-organised education groups, and we ask those who can afford to make a donation on a sliding scale to support the space.

The space is bookable from Monday-Friday and sometimes at the weekend.


Help us keep going

Join the MDR’s Friends scheme to help us sustain our archive as a resource for movements today, to continue to programme events and outreach around our collections, and provide meeting spaces, all free of cost.


Upcoming & Recent Events

November 23 @ 6:00 pm

Voices of Resistance: From the Freedom Flotilla to the Great March of Return

During the evening, we are going to discuss some of the ways in which international activists and Palestinians have attempted to break the blockade imposed on Gaza since 2008. By […]

November 22 @ 6:00 pm

We Are Sudamerican Printers: La Linterna European Tour

La Linterna, (The Lantern) is a letterpress printing workshop based in Cali, Colombia, which was established in 1934. It is dedicated to artisan printing of posters using linoleum engraving and […]

December 9 @ 11:00 am

Winter Archive Open Day

 We know that for some of you, it is not always possible to visit our archive during the regular working week, so we are opening our doors to the public […]

November 22 @ 7:00 pm

VAGUE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF ANARCHO-PUNK FANZINES with Tom Vague and Tony D (Ripped And Torn/Kill Your Pet Puppy) 

To celebrate the publication, by PC-Press of a brand new compendium ‘Vague Fanzines Book, Vol. 1: 1979-1984: Issues 1-15’, which lovingly reproduces the first 15 issues of Vague in A4-sized […]

November 21 @ 6:30 pm

Scanathon: Greenham Common Women’s Peace Movement 

 Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp (1981-2000) was a historic protest camp established by women to oppose the presence of nuclear weapons at RAF Greenham Common, in Berkshire, England. The camp […]

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