56a: 56 Crampton Street, SE17 3AE
The 56a Infoshop is a volunteer-run, 100% unfunded, DIY-run social centre in
Walworth, South London. Hosting an amazing collection of radical literature they
share the space with fareshares whole foods co-op & a free D.I.Y Bicycle repair
space and are open Wednesdays – Saturdays. If you would like to run a reading
group, screen a film, launch a book / zine, hold a discussion or help out in the
space pop in during open hours or contact them: info(at)56a.org.uk
Advisory Service for Squatters (ASS): Above freedom bookshop...
Open Monday – Friday, 2pm – 6pm offering advice on all of your squatter needs..
Contact them before visiting: 020 3216 0099 / advice(at)squatter.org.uk
Freedom Press: 84b Whitechapel High St, E1 7QX
Long-standing anarchist publisher & bookshop that share a building with the
Advisory Service for Squatters (ASS) & London Coalition Against Poverty (LCAP).
They have hosted socials in the past for the Anarchist Federation / Solidarity
Federation... Check their website for future events.
Housmans Bookshop: Peace House, 5 Caledonian Rd, Kings Cross, N1 9DX
Specialists of books, zines & periodicals of radical interest. They are always
welcome for suggestions from authors, artists and campaigners who want to use
the shop for evening events. Past events include talks, book signings, film
screenings, art exhibitions and musical performances.
Contact: shop(at)housmans.com / 020 7837 4473
London Action Resource Centre (LARC): 62 Fieldgate Street, E1 1ES
A collectively run building providing space and resources for people and groups
working on self-organised, non-hierarchical projects for radical social change. The
resources of the building include meeting-space, library, shared offices, a roof
garden, banner and prop-making space and an action information area. If you're
interested in helping out with LARC, booking a meeting-space, or otherwise using
the buildings resources, please contact: 020 7377 9088 / through their website.
OffMarket: 68 Dalston Lanes, Hackney, E8 3AH
The OffMarket Collective take disused buildings and turn them into open resources
in Hackney. They have hosted a freeshop, bike workshop, meetings, cafes,
workshops, practical squatting information and loads more.
Pogo Cafe: 76 Clarence Rd, Hackney, E5 8HB
A workers cooperative vegan cafe run completely by volunteers & open to
everyone. They are open Thursday – Sunday as a cafe, but also host weekly film
nights every Monday, yoga classes every Saturday and regular benefits. If you
would like to organise anything in the space
contact: info(at)pogocafe.co.uk / 0208 5331214