Commune Debate present Free event, Wednesday 6th April 19.00-21.00 80 Stokes Croft, Hamilton House, 5th floor Meeting room* In mid-2010 a strike wave rolled through China's factories, the most widespread and militant expression of China's internal migrant workers so far. Their struggle shook the Chinese regime and provoked a world-wide debate about the end of the low-wage-model that stands behind China's rise to the "factory of the world" and provides Europe and other regions with cheap […]

Viva Mexico

As a precursor to the Anarchist Book Fair KIPTIK and the Bookfair Collective are having a film night. "Viva Mexico!" Award-winning documentary plus Q&A with film-maker Nicolas Defosse. Part of UK Zapatista Network tour. Wednesday 4th May 7.30pm Hamilton House, Stokes Croft (). Suggested donation £3/£2 but no-one turned away due to lack of funds, (more…)

The Road To Haymarket

The Road to Haymarket, May Day, and its Relevance Today Monday 2 May 2011 at 7.30pm for 8.00pm start Cube Microplex, Dove St South, Bristol BS2 8JD £4/3/no one turned away through lack of funds On the 125th anniversary of the Haymarket Affair, and hot on the heels of the Bristol May Day Parade, Bristol Indymedia and the Anarchist Bookfair Collective presentan evening of films and discussion looking at the origins of International Workers Day and the relevance of labour movement struggles and […]

Boxing Plaque

There will be an unveiling of a plaque designed by Mike Baker at The Hatchet Inn on Frogmore Street. The plaque will commemorate the pub being the centre of the Bristol bare knuckle boxing scene at the turn of the 19th Century. Former World Super Middleweight Champion Glenn Catley will do the honours on Saturday 26th March at 11am. Local artist Mike Baker has been responsible for making many commemorative plaques around Bristol including the BRHG plaque on The Seven Stars Pub.

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