Website live for bookings later in 2016; 160 stalls available on top of mesmerising mix of activities
4th year show at Olympia London on Oct 22nd 23rd; stalls, marketing options and sponsorship packages available - book now!
Approx 10,700 visitors altogether; event returns to Brighton Centre on March 11th 12th 2017
Marshall Jefferson, Adamski (Killer) and Alison Limerick (Where Love Lives), join Macka B & Andy Compton at weekend vegan fest
Help Pig Freud raise £5,000 to create a really dynamic vegan billboard, bus stop and radio campaign in Bristol during May 2016
- Animal folk band bert miller and the animal folk will be performing live at VegfestUK Bristol 2017 on the Live... t.co/ami9SbWtD3
- VegfestUK Bristol 2017 on the TV last night as Made in Bristol TV interview Tim from Vegfest along with Bill from... t.co/fsFVsczW3K
- At VegfestUK Bristol 2017, don't miss the screening of SWINE the movie, an exciting thriller-documentary,... t.co/iIm3covjYq
Appearing on Sunday in the Activists Summit
Ben is a vegan gardener and musician from South Staffordshire. He is an advocate of the abolitionist approach to animal rights, and is a moderator on Gary L. Francione’s Facebook page: The Abolitionist Approach to Animal Rights.
He is currently producing written materials on a volunteer basis for the International Vegan Association - a collection of grassroots advocates dedicated to abolitionist education. These materials will be used as learning aids or prompts in their animal rights reading groups, of which people can join at various times of the year, anywhere in the world.
He believes it's vitally important to have a solid understanding of the history of animals in western thought, in order to tackle the speciesism that pervades our society in the most effective way. Whether your interlocutor subscribes to Bentham and Singers view that animals do not have an interest in continuing to live, or Kant’s view that animals are here as a means to the ends of man; knowing the theories of those who seek to keep animals oppressed, and knowing why they are wrong, is invaluable when educating members of the public about veganism.