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If you were excited by Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader, horrified by Donald Trump, want to challenge racism and oppression, desire action over climate change or are looking for an alternative to austerity and war then Marxism Festival 2018 is the place for you. Thousands of activists, campaigners, trade unionists, students, writers and academics will come together at over 130 different meetings.

Booking

Marxism Festival 2018 will start at 12.30 pm on Thurs 5 July and finish at 5.30pm on Sun 8 July. The opening rally will start at 7pm on Thurs 5 July. Advance purchased tickets will be sent out in the post in June. Book here.

Accommodation

We can generally arrange free accommodation in London during the event. This is usually "crash pad" type of accommodation on floors and in community centres. Read more

Crèche

We provide a free crèche with a range of activities available for children of different ages up to 11 years. This must be booked by Monday 18 June.

Disabled access

We make every effort to ensure that Marxism is accessible for disabled people. Student Central and the Friends Meeting House are fully accessible. Read more

Where to find us

Marxism Festival 2018 takes place in the heart of London. The event will be based in Student Central, Malet Street, WC1E 7HY Read more

About us

Marxism Festival 2018 is a four day political festival of socialist ideas hosted by the Socialist Workers Party. Read more

Stalls

Many campaigns and activist groups from around the country will be running stalls during the Marxism Festival. Check the website for updates

Bookmarks bookshop

Bookmarks bookshop will be open every day during the Marxism Festival in the Library Bar in Student Central. They will have books by speakers at the event and books that complement meetings and courses. Read more

Culture & entertainment

Alongside political meetings there will be film, music, spoken word and plenty to keep you entertained. Check the website for updates

Janet Alder
John Bellamy Foster
Ghada Karmi
Christine Buchholz
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The festival is a not-for-profit event and we keep ticket prices as low as possible. But we do have to charge for entry to cover the high costs of the venues, creche, staffing and accommodation.

Full event

From
£20
  • Waged: £55
  • Unwaged: £30
  • HE student: £30
  • Under 18/school/FE: £20
Book now

Day ticket

From
£10
  • Waged: £20
  • Unwaged: £15
  • HE student: £15
  • Under 18/school/FE: £10
Book now

Flexi ticket

From
£10
  • Waged: £20
  • Unwaged: £15
  • HE student: £15
  • Under 18/school/FE: £10
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