In the context of the political and constitutional upheaval coursing through the Western democracies Henry McLeish offers some new approaches to renew our politics.
Lesley Riddoch will be joining us at the Ayrshire Independence Movement for the evening to talk about Scotland, Independence and what those two things combined can mean for those who live in our country.
Portrait artist Alexander Moffat in conversation with art historian Bill Hare about new book Facing the Nation.
In the warm up to the World Cup, Waterstones SouthamptonWest Quay are pleased to welcome football author Mat Guy for what promises to be one of our most entertaining 'Conversations in the Café'.
Join Waterstones Trafalgar Square for an evening with George Kerevan and Chris Bambery on Catalonia Reborn.
An evening of conversation with Lesley Riddoch, hosted by Richard Walker, former Editor of The National and The Sunday Herald.
Lesley Riddoch and Darren McGarvey, amongst others, appear at Electoral Reform Society Scotland’s ‘Democracy 21’ conference in Glasgow.
Donald Smith and Annalisa Salis talk about the charming book of Scots folk tales, Wee Folk Tales.
Blending elements of music, comedy and spoken word to bring to life themes of social mobility, class and identity. An attempt to find a way across the ravine while still retaining your sanity. Loki AKA Darren McGarvey's bestselling 2017 book Poverty Safari: Understanding the Anger of Britain’s Underclass blended memoir, journalism and polemic to make an argument that even the left – as well as Conservatives – misunderstand the complexity of poverty as it is experienced and that many traditional ideas on both the left and right are dangerously outdated.
Tickets for this event are available from https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/loki-the-scottish-rapper-poverty-safari-live
Poverty Safari: Understanding the anger of Britain's underclass by Darren McGarvey
Returning for its fifth year, the smash-hit, sell-out show returns to Edinburgh!
Join Professor Marjory Harper as she explores the motives and experiences of migrants, settlers and returners by focusing on the personal testimony of a handful of the two million men, women and children who left Scotland in the twentieth century.