The future is uncertain and August seems a long way off. This is just to let you know the bookfair will go ahead if we still have a venue and enough people to run it.
We understand that people are reluctant to commit 25 quid when they don’t know for sure what’s going to happen to us, or them.
So if you want to reserve a table, go ahead, don’t send us any payment for now. Obviously we need some money up front to make it happen so as we get nearer the time, and have more clarity we will contact you again.
This isn’t “I’ll make my mind up on the day”, but rather “I’ll come if I possibly can”, you are all our comrades and we trust in your goodwill and common sense.
We still have space for talks and meeting suggestions so let us have them.
Meanwhile, look after each other and we wish you well.
As you’ve probably heard by now, your least-favourite comedy toff has just announced the closure of all licensed premises until further notice. We are unable to proceed with the Angry Workers/T-Bitch/UGH! event on the 3rd April, but we hope to host them all as soon as these sanctions are lifted.
The Angry Workers are self-funding and these cancellations are likely to leave them out of pocket, you can support them by ordering the book.
There are also two online meetings you can join in with, see here. Give it a look and we’ll have something to talk about later in the year.
Rest assured there will be further Love, Anarchy and Solidarity shenanigans at the Four Horsemen pub when it re-opens. Meanwhile we all need to practice the real thing. It should be obvious by now that politicians and bosses can’t get us out of this mess, that, as always, will be down to the long-suffering Working Class.
Capitalism is dying – do not resuscitate!