You can read about previous adventures at Socialism here, here, here, and here. Hopefully more of it will be filmed and put online this year too.
Looking at the agenda, there's plenty of stuff to keep us occupied. On the Saturday afternoon yours truly will probably go to 'Is China the world's new superpower?' with Peter Taaffe and Fang Guoli, or maybe Simon Kaplan's look at 'Pakistan and the permanent revolution today'. On Sunday morning there's one session all the ultra lefts will be attending: 'Building a revolutionary party in the 21st century: A debate Between Hannah Sell of the SP and a representative of the SWP'. I will be going along too. Hopefully it will be a constructive session where the differences between the two are thrashed out in a comradely manner, and I hope the SWP rep brings along some supporting speakers from the floor too (what are the chances the Sparts use the occasion to denounce the IBT?) My advice to comrades is to get to that one early. If I can't get into that session I'll be going along to hear Pete Mason speak on 'Marxism and the Big Bang'. I wonder if any Grantites will turn up for that one? And finally, my Sunday afternoon talk of choice is Niall Mulholland on the 'Fourth International and after', before heading to the closing session with speeches from Mark Serwotka of the PCS, our Hannah and Dave, and representatives from Respect and the LRC.
If you fancy spending the weekend rubbing shoulders with The Marxists, you can book here. And if you do come, I might even let you buy me a pint ;)