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Nottingham Prints – Radical and Alternative News Media from Five Decades

27 September29 September

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Exhibition @ Nottingham Contemporary Sep 27th to 29th

FREE Event – Just drop in

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Exhibition of Local Alternative and Radical News Media from Five Decades. Organised by The Sparrows’ Nest Library and Archive. Kindly hosted by Notts Zine Library and Nottingham Contemporary. Explore hundreds of local titles and thousands of other documents for free in
the Sparrows’ Nest Digital Library.

The Sparrows’ Nest Library and Archive

Curating tens of thousands of books, journals, pamphlets, zines, leaflets, posters and other archival materials, we focus on the history of anarchist groups and individuals in the UK and beyond, as well as other social movements, protests and radicalism in Nottingham and the
wider regions of East Midlands & South Yorkshire. Visit us in Nottingham (UK) or access thousands of documents in our Digital Library, with more being added all the time.

+44 (0)7388417325 (please leave a message)

We hold huge collections of papers including Freedom, Anarchy (First and
Second Series), Black Flag, Direct Action and thousands of other titles.
Pamphlets, punk zines, leaflets, posters, as well as extensive
collections of books on history, philosophy, economics and much more are
available to be explored.

Local materials include e.g. documents from campaigns such as the fight
against the Poll Tax, or the local anti-militarist/peace movement, as
well as many rare and otherwise hard to access titles, including Grass
Roots, Nottingham Voice, Nottingham Women’s Diary, Gay Nottingham,
Outright, Gay East Midlands, Virus, Nottingham Anarchist News, Flux and
many, many more.


27 September
29 September
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Nottingham Contemporary
3 Weekday Cross
Nottingham, NG1 2GB


Sparrows Nest
+44 (0)7388417325

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