We run a public programme including archival projects, publications, film screenings, “scan-a-thons” for digitising archival material, workshops, talks and discussion, reading groups, and social nights, all of which encourage active and collective engagement with history of social movements.

Upcoming & Recent Events

June 16 @ 7:30 pm

Stop the Boats? Free the Captains!

The British government is opening a new chapter in a long history of its racist and classist border regime, promising to “stop the boats” crossing the channel – even in […]

June 29 @ 7:00 pm

Radio Alliances, Affective Listening & Collective Practices of the Undercommons

with Silvia Maglioni, Stevphen Shukaitis and Graeme Thomson How can we expand the potentialities of radio to be a membrane for affective connection between daily life practices, musical and sonic […]

June 30 @ 7:00 pm

Proletarian Shopping: The Cost Of Living Meets Popular Expropriation

Join us for another session at Mayday Rooms on everyday direct actions as processes of survival. This month we’ll be looking together at small everyday proletarian actions like shoplifting to […]

June 3 @ 4:00 pm

Radical Pedagogies: Red Sunday School 

MayDay Rooms presents a series of workshops exploring radical pedagogies which produce new ways of learning and activate alternative political futures. This month’s workshop will be facilitated by Red Sunday […]

June 3 @ 2:00 pm

‘They call it love’ with Alva Gotby and the Wages for Housework Collection

Join us for an afternoon workshop where we will hear about Alva Gotby’s new book They Call It Love alongside material from MayDay Rooms’ Wages for Housework collection. They Call […]

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