Sunday, January 22, 2006

Interested In Having A Stall At The Bookfair.

Books, ideas, revolution in the air, radical films all day, meetings on Social Centre's, Radical Republicanism, and Workplace Organising.

On March 3rd/4th, 2006 Dublin and Ireland's first Anarchist Bookfair take place in St Nicholas of Myra Hall in the heart of the Liberties, just off Francis Street.

Bookstalls, workshops, and various people from different anarchist and activist groups.

Come along, meet people, be exposed to some 'dangerous ideas', eat some tasty food, buy the t-shirt and it could just change your life!

More details to be added later...

If you are interested in having a stall at the book-fair please email us at wsm_ireland@yahoo.com before Valentines Day.

Get your mates along - email them a copy of this flyer - print it off and stick it up in your workplace/college/community centre.

Comments:
Accomodation in Dublin
Dublin is expensive, but unfortunantly we can't provide accomodation for everyone visiting the for the bookfair.

The cheapest option is to stay in a youth hostels and there are many in the city. The two below are both in the city centre and within walking distance of the Bookfair venue [the bookfair is being held in the Liberties, in the south inner city, about 5-10 minutes walk from Christchurch cathedral)

http://www.avalon-house.ie/ (dorms from 15 euro, 4 person and single rooms available)
http://www.kinlayhouse.ie/ (dorms from 19 euros, 4 person and single rooms available)

Hotels cost more.

The Jurys Inn at Christchurch (not the other one) costs 89 euro a room a night, but rooms sleep three. It is about 5-10 minutes walk from the venue.
http://www.jurys-dublin-hotels.com/jurysinn_christchurch

Dublin is full of hotels and hostels, but rooms can go quickly. More information at the Irish Tourist Board website http://www.ireland.ie/accomodation.asp
 
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