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

October 12 @ 7:00 pm

Talking Shit!

Shitologists of the world, unite! This summer Britain has been engulfed in shit. Our coastlines swamped in brown filth pumped by the sewage companies. Our daily commute is invaded by […]

September 22 @ 7:00 pm

Long Can the Moon be Caged: Voices of Indian Political Prisoners

Meet Francesca Recchia and Suchitra Vijayan to discuss their book How Long Can the Moon Be Caged? Voices of Indian Political Prisoners. Structured as an open conversation, the event will […]

September 8 @ 3:00 pm

Practices and Research in Living and Unfinished Archives

Practices and Research in Living and Unfinished Archives is a 3 day workshop bringing together practitioners, researchers and students from different disciplines and institutions, around an interest in archival material. Based […]

September 7 @ 6:30 pm

Migrant Health and (In)Access


August 4 @ 10:00 am

Feminist Print Cultures

MayDay Rooms is excited to be hosting this day-long workshop with Feminist Print Cultures, which focuses on the past, present and future of feminist print cultures, with particular attention to […]

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