Revolution 2021 will take place in London between 29-31 October, at Friends House, NW1 2BJ
Nearest stations are: Euston Square (Circle line, Hammersmith & City line, Metropolitan line), Euston (National rail, Northern line, Victoria line), Russell Square (Piccadilly line), and Kings Cross & St Pancras International.
Sessions will take place in the main hall (The Light) and various breakout rooms, which will all be signposted on the day. The venue and all rooms are fully accessible.
Registration and tickets will be available in all rooms. Books and merchandise will be available for sale in the main hall foyer throughout the weekend.
The festival will begin with a rally on Friday evening. On Saturday and Sunday there will be a series of parallel breakout talks. Saturday evening will end with a plenary session, launching Alan Woods' new book on The History of Philosophy.
This will be followed by a social at The Knights Templar Wetherpoons, 95 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1DT.
The festival will close on Sunday with a rally on the need for revolution. After this closing session, there will be a special talk discussing how you can get involved with Socialist Appeal and join the fight for revolution.
A full timetable will be published nearer the time. And details of all the incredible talks and topics at this year's festival will be provided in the weeks ahead.
Each session will begin with an introduction from the speaker, followed by a discussion from the floor. All ticket holders are welcome to join the discussion - don't be afriad, there is no such thing as a stupid question!
Finally, please help spread the word throughout the weekend by using the hashtags #RevFest2021 #SocialismInOurTime and #Marxism on social media, along with a picture of yourself at the festival.
So don't hesitate - buy your ticket today and join us for Revolution 2021!
For those travelling to the festival from further afield and who require accommodation, below are some recommendations for hostels to book for the weekend - though you may want to investigate further for yourselves.
It is sometimes possible to secure discounts when booking for a large group, so if you’re coming with friends it's worth looking into a group booking.
We recommend organising this as soon as possible, to make sure that you can secure rooms before they become fully booked. We also recommend avoiding the absolute cheapest hostels in London, as these can often be unsafe.