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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 at appointment:
in-formation [AT] maydayrooms.org


Find us at:
88 Fleet Street
London
EC4Y 1DH

+44 (0)20 3691 5230


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.

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Help us keep going

While we receive some funding, and often apply for small grants for projects, our core operations currently run at a loss. Your donation, whatever its size, will mean that our staff can continue to organise and help maintain our building, keep our events free, activate our historical material, and facilitate a much-needed meeting place in central London in the spirit of solidarity. Anything you can give is greatly appreciated!

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Upcoming & Recent Events

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June 30 @ 7:00 pm

Archives of Lavoro Zero and Controlovora + Screening of Porto Marghera: The Suspended Years (2009)

Join Pagliacci Rossi for the launch of the digitalised versions of Lavoro Zero (1973-80) and Controlavoro (1977-80) on MayDay Rooms online archive Leftovers. The documents in question are the reviews of the Porto Marghera workerist group. […]

June 29 @ 6:00 pm

Mayday Rooms & 56a Infoshop present: Collective mapping of the histories of Black & POC/PGM Squatting

A sharing event based on looking together at archival histories and bringing your own stories. Mapping out a timeline of the marginalised Black & POC/PGM squatting history to see what’s […]

June 28 @ 7:00 pm

Troops Out Movement Scanathon

Our collection around the Troops Out Movement is slowly growing and to make it as accessible as possible we need your help! Join us for an evening of scanning, cataloguing […]

June 24 @ 7:00 pm

BOOK LAUNCH:  “Welcome Home” (Minor Compositions, April 2022)

A humorous graphic novel by sisters Clarrie and Blanche Pope about squatting, housing evictions and care work in London. Join us whether you’ve read the book and want to talk […]

June 22 @ 7:00 pm

Launch of the Stuart Christie Memorial Archive

Wednesday 22nd June 7 pm  – 8 pm with social after @ MayDay Rooms Join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of the Glaswegian anarchist, Stuart Christie (1946-2020), […]

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