Aye Write 2019: Stephen Millar & Alan McCredie
Mar
17
4:45 pm16:45

Aye Write 2019: Stephen Millar & Alan McCredie

Finding himself faced with a feeling of disconnection from his city of birth, Stephen Millar set out on a mission to capture the heart and essence of Glasgow, meeting with members of a remarkable variety of clubs and sub-cultures from pagans, to cosplayers and traditional musicians who make up the fabric of the city. 

His book Tribes of Glasgow moves beyond stereotypes and delves deeper into the origins of these tribes. 

Scottish photographer Alan McCredie brings these stories to life through a blend of portraits and candid snaps.

Tickets are £10 subject to transaction fees and are available from the Aye Write 2019 events page or by calling the box office on 0141 353 8000.

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Aye Write 2019: Brian Allaway
Mar
17
3:00 pm15:00

Aye Write 2019: Brian Allaway

Belfast firefighters responded to every incident during the Troubles, wherever it was located, seeing the best and worst of humanity. The years 1969 to 1994 were particularly difficult for Northern Ireland, and they would test the firefighters to their limits. 

Firefighters of Belfast provides a record of that time from a firefighter’s perspective, combining research, contemporary records and first-hand accounts from people who lived through it. 

Brian Allaway’s narrative places on record the dedicated service and invaluable contribution made by firefighters to the people of Belfast when the city needed them most.

Tickets are £6 subject to transaction fees, and are available from the Aye Write 2019 event page or from the box office on 0141 353 8000.

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Another Country: Belonging and Identity with Anne Pia
Mar
17
2:00 pm14:00

Another Country: Belonging and Identity with Anne Pia

Where do I belong? This is the question Anne Pia continually asked of herself growing up in the Italian-Scots community of post-World War Two Edinburgh. Her candid, vibrant memoir Language of My Choosing and her intimate poetry collection Transitory reveal her struggles with belonging and identity, and how she journeyed beyond the expectations of family to question her belonging in her Italian and Scottish heritages – something which to this day, remains complex and unresolved.

Tickets for this event are free and all are welcome. To book, please visit the Eventbrite page here.

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Aye Write 2019: Andrew Conway
Mar
16
1:15 pm13:15

Aye Write 2019: Andrew Conway

Andrew Conway has a degree and PhD in astrophysics from Glasgow. On leaving academia he spent time as an entrepreneur, and his experience led him to his current work on bringing clarity to essential information about our society. 

How Scotland Works is a layman’s guide to all aspects of Scottish society which aims to share an understanding of the information and data underpinning the political debate in our country. 

Packed full of facts and figures, the book highlights sources, dismantles barriers of jargon and places information in a context where it can be related to morals and politic.

Tickets are £10 and are available from the Aye Write 2019 events page or from the box office on 0141 353 8000.

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Aye Write 2019: Anna Groundwater
Mar
16
11:30 am11:30

Aye Write 2019: Anna Groundwater

Anna Groundwater is a cultural and social historian of early modern Scotland at the University of Edinburgh and acts as a consultant for historical television and radio programmes, appearing on Scotland’s Clans and In Our Time. 

Her book Scotland Connected is a user-friendly and thought-provoking guide to the key events in Scottish, British and World history, readily demonstrating the connections between the three. 

Tickets are £10 and are available from the Aye Write 2019 events page or by calling the box office on 0141 353 8000.

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Aye Write 2019: Angus Peter Campbell
Mar
14
6:00 pm18:00

Aye Write 2019: Angus Peter Campbell

Constabal Murdo, the new Gaelic novel from award-winning author Angus Peter Campbell, is set on Barra and follows the mystery of a valuable historic brooch stolen from Kismuil Castle. 

The local bobby, Murdo MacDonald from the Isle of Lewis pursues seven suspects until eventually detectives from the mainland arrive to help. The novel, a mix of detective noir with a dash of ‘Para Handy’, raises questions about the importance of community.

Tha bràiste òir luach nam mìltean mòra air a dhol à sealladh à Caisteal Chiosamuil am Barraigh. ‘S ann air Constabal Murdo, bhon a’ Bhac, a tha uallach faighinn a-mach co dh’fhalbh leatha. Tha seachdnar fo amharas aige. Saoil cò rinn e, agus carson?

Tickets are £6 subject to transaction fees, and are available from the Aye Write 2019 event page or from the box office on 0141 353 8000.

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StAnza 2019: Border Crossings - Ken Cockburn, Richard Gwyn and Arne Rautenberg
Mar
10
2:15 pm14:15

StAnza 2019: Border Crossings - Ken Cockburn, Richard Gwyn and Arne Rautenberg

Don’t miss the final Border Crossings session of this festival, in which two poets draw from a wide range of influences. Richard Gwyn is a poet and translator whose most recent collection, Stowaway: A Levantine Adventure, centres around an unnamed protagonist, a kind of anti-Ulysses, and this character’s journeys around the eastern Mediterranean. Richard will be reading alongside Arne Rautenberg, an award-winning German poet translated into English by Ken Cockburn. Arne’s playful work ranges from concrete poetry to writing for children through to exuberant and experimental sound texts.

Tickets are £4.50/£3.50 and are available from the StAnza event page or by calling the Byre Theatre Box Office on 01334 475000

Floating the Woods by Ken Cockburn

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StAnza 2019: Five O'Clock Verses - Gerda Stevenson & George Mario Angel Quintero
Mar
8
5:00 pm17:00

StAnza 2019: Five O'Clock Verses - Gerda Stevenson & George Mario Angel Quintero

This evening we’ll be hearing from two poets who work across art forms. George Mario Angel Quintero has published poetry, fiction and essays in English, as well poetry and plays in Spanish, and is also a visual artist and musician. His work is full of ironic elegance and black humour. He'll be reading alongside the BAFTA award-winning actor, singer/songwriter and poet Gerda Stevenson, whose latest collection (fittingly, for a reading on International Women's Day) is QUINES: poems in tribute to women of Scotland.

Tickets are £6.50/£4.50 and are available from the StAnza event page here or by calling the Byre Theatre Box Office on 01334 475000.

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International Women's Day at Eusebi Deli with Anne Pia
Mar
8
4:00 pm16:00

International Women's Day at Eusebi Deli with Anne Pia

Eusebi Deli invites you to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March at Eusebi Deli in Glasgow, for an evening hosted by Giovanna Eusebi and award-winning author, Anne Pia.

The evening will be held in aid of The Moira Anderson Foundation, a national charity that provides support for victims of child sex abuse.

Anne Pia is an acclaimed Italian-Scottish author and poet, winner of the Premio Flaiano Linguistica 2018 and was shortlisted for the Saltire Best Book of the Year 2017. Her memoir, Language Of My Choosing offers an insight into the Scottish Italian community over a 40 year period; the challenges of migration, immigration and the sad legacies of racism. Ultimately celebratory, it invites readers to tear up the scripts society has written for them and write their own.

The event will be held from 4pm - 6pm with homemade canapés and fizz followed by readings from Anne's book. After the readings, guests will have the chance to ask questions and get involved in a discussion surrounding the key themes of the book.

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StAnza 2019: Imprisoned Poets Reading - Brian Johnstone
Mar
8
3:30 pm15:30

StAnza 2019: Imprisoned Poets Reading - Brian Johnstone

Short readings from the work of imprisoned poets.

Join us to celebrate freedom of expression and to pay witness to writers who’ve been imprisoned for their work. At this event, hosted by Brian Johnstone, poets appearing at StAnza 2019 will read a selection of poems by imprisoned poets.

In association with Scottish PEN.

This event is free but ticketed. To avoid disappointment, please visit the StAnza event page to book your place or call the Byre Theatre Box Office on 01334 475000.

Scotia Extremis by Brian Johnstone and Andy Jackson

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StAnza 2019: Border Crossings - Angus Peter Campbell and Shara Lessley
Mar
8
11:30 am11:30

StAnza 2019: Border Crossings - Angus Peter Campbell and Shara Lessley

This Friday morning reading brings together two award-winning poets whose powers of language and scope of experience create memorable and impactful poetry. Aonghas Pàdraig Caimbeul (Angus Peter Campbell) is an award-winning poet, novelist, journalist and actor. His poetry collection Aibisidh won the Scottish Poetry Book of the Year Award in 2011 and his most recent poetry collection, Stèisean, appeared with Luath Press in 2018. He will be reading alongside Shara Lessley, the author of The Explosive Expert’s Wife and Two-Headed Nightingale. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford University, her awards include a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship. She was the inaugural Anne Spencer poet in residence at Randolph College and currently serves as assistant poetry editor for Acre Books.

Tickets are £4.50/£3.50 and are available from the StAnza events page or by calling the Byre Theatre Box Office on 01334 475000.

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StAnza 2019: Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh
Mar
7
to 10 Mar

StAnza 2019: Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh

A digital installation of selected poems and images from a new book about the artist’s Edinburgh legacy.

Eduardo Paolozzi was arguably one of the greatest European artists of the twentieth century and the originator of the pop art movement. He was also the son of an immigrant Italian family who ran an ice cream shop in Leith. Some of the most arresting work of this prolific sculptor and printmaker is still to be found in his native city of Edinburgh.

Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh (Luath, 2018, ed. Christine De Luca and Carlo Pirozzi) pays homage to this inheritance, and offers wide-ranging responses to Paolozzi’s approach to art as a ceaseless creative process, a ‘constant re-invention’ of a ‘world at large’. These tributes include new poems in English by Christine De Luca with Italian translations by Francesca Romana Paci, a selection of which are showcased as part of this digital installation.

Admission is free and all are welcome. For more information, please visit the StAnza event page here.

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Martin MacIntyre: Gaelic short stories into French
Mar
6
7:00 pm19:00

Martin MacIntyre: Gaelic short stories into French

The French version of Martin MacIntyre's book of short stories 'Ath-Aithne', first published in 2003, will be launched at the French Institute in Edinburgh. This is the first time that a work of Scottish Gaelic fiction has been translated into French.

'Un passe-temps pour l'été' was published in Oct 2018 by Vents d’ ailleurs, a company led by Jutta Hepke. The book comprises translations of sixteen of the original eighteen short stories which appeared in 'Ath-Aithne (Reacquaintance)' published by CLAR in 2003, fourteen of these were in Gaelic and four in English. The stories were translated by Scadi Kaiser. 

'Ath-Aithne', the first of new series of Gaelic fiction, Ur-Sgeul, was launched at The Edinburgh International Book Festival in 2003 and won The Saltire Society First Book of The Year Award that same year. John Storey, Head of Development at The Gaelic Books Council directed the Ur-Sgeul initiative which has seen the publication of some 50 works of  new fiction in Gaelic in the last fifteen years. 

The launch-event will be chaired by Marion Sinclair, Chief Executive of Publishing Scotland with readings from Dr Michel Byrne, The University of Glasgow and Martin, and will be accessible to all with French, Gaelic or English. Both the new book in French and the original book in Gaelic will be for sale on the night

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Choose Life. Choose Leith: Trainspotting on Location at Stockbridge Library
Feb
28
2:30 pm14:30

Choose Life. Choose Leith: Trainspotting on Location at Stockbridge Library

Choose life, choose Leith: Trainspotting on Location by Tim Bell is a close analysis of Irvine Welsh’s book Trainspotting and the play and the film of the same name.

Much more than transgressional entertainment, Trainspotting is a fictionalised history of youth unemployment in Leith and Muirhouse in the 1970s and 1980s, together with the arrival of heroin and the collision with HIV/AIDS. Tim Bell’s book tells the story behind Welsh’s story.

For author Tim Bell this is personal, bringing up a young family in Leith with it all going on around him. He got caught up in the literature and has been doing Trainspotting tours, interpreting the book on location for locals, tourists, aficionados and academics, for 15 years.

Admission is free and all are welcome. Please book your ticket via the Eventbrite page here.

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Granite Noir: Finding Your Characters - And Their Milieu: Vaseem Khan, Douglas Skelton and Yrsa Sigurdardottir
Feb
23
1:30 pm13:30

Granite Noir: Finding Your Characters - And Their Milieu: Vaseem Khan, Douglas Skelton and Yrsa Sigurdardottir

This session takes us from the streets of Mumbai to the suburbs of Reykjavik and the bright lights of New York City, as we find out how and where authors make their characters come to life.

Vaseem Khan's fourth Baby Ganesh Agency Investigation, Murder at the Grand Raj Palace, find Inspector Ashwin Chopra (Rtd) and his elephant sidekick investigating the apparent suicide of an American billionaire at Mumbai's swankiest hotel. In The Janus Run, Douglas Skelton writes about New York for the first time. His gritty thriller features a deadly secret organisation and a false accusation of murder. Yrsa Sigurdardottir's The Reckoning finds detective Huldar and child psychologist Freyja chasing a mysterious and chilling prediction in a race against time to prevent six murders.

Chaired by James Naughtie

Tickets are £9.50 and are available from the booking page here.

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Firefighters of Belfast by Brian Allaway
Feb
21
6:00 pm18:00

Firefighters of Belfast by Brian Allaway

After high demand during his visit to Waterstones Belfast in December 2018, Brian Allaway returns to Waterstones Belfast to talk about his new book, Firefighters of Belfast: The Fire Service During the Troubles 1969 – 1994.

Talking about his time as a firefighter during the turbulent times of the Troubles in Ireland and the personal accounts of those whom he served with, Brian will be answering questions after the talk and signing copies of his book.

This event is free to attend. For more information, please visit the Waterstones Belfast events page.

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Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh - illustrated talk
Feb
18
6:30 pm18:30

Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh - illustrated talk

Join authors Christine de Luca and Carlo Pirozzi for an illustrated talk discussing their publication Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh: Artworks and Creative Responses.

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was one of the greatest Scottish and European artists of the 20th century. He was a prolific sculptor and printmaker as well as an inspirational teacher.

Born in Edinburgh into an immigrant Italian family who ran an ice cream shop in Albert Street, Leith, there was no `silver spoon’ or patronage available: only ingenuity and dedication. Despite having lived and worked in the cosmopolitan art worlds of London, Paris, Berlin, New York and Osaka his native city is where you’ll find some of Paolozzi’s most arresting work, demonstrating the breath of his creativity, with many pieces displayed as public art or held in the National Galleries.

Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh is an homage to this treasure inherited by the city of Edinburgh, featuring a vibrant combination of responses to Paolozzi’s revolutionary work, including poems, commentaries and responsive art works edited by Christine de Luca and Carlo Pirozzi.

Christine de Luca writes in English and Shetlandic, her mother tongue. She was appointed Edinburgh’s Makar for 2014-2017. Besides several children’s stories and one novel, she has had seven poetry collections and four bilingual volumes published (French, Italian, Icelandic and Norwegian.)

Carlo Pirozzi is currently a Teaching Fellow at the Italian Department of the University of Edinburgh. His main research interests are language teaching methodologies, Diaspora Studies, contemporary Italian poetry and literature and the visual and performing arts. He is the coordinator of the ‘Italo-Scottish Research Cluster’ at the University of Edinburgh.

Copies of the publication will be available for purchase and signing by the authors. Admission is free and all are welcome. To book your free ticket, please visit the Eventbrite page here.

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Los Angeles Burns Supper with Clark McGinn
Feb
16
6:30 pm18:30

Los Angeles Burns Supper with Clark McGinn

A celebration of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns. This Burns Supper will give you the chance to connect with friends of Glasgow University and hear about their achievements and news from the year just past. The fantastic Burns Speaker, Dr Clark McGinn, will also be hosting, before we ceilidh the night away.

Tickets are £75.00pp or £40.00 for 2013-2018 graduates and are available from the University of Glasgow events page here.

The Burns Supper: A Concise History by Clark McGinn

The Burns Supper: A Comprehensive History by Clark McGinn

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EAST-WEST:WEST-EAST by Lewis Waugh
Feb
15
6:00 pm18:00

EAST-WEST:WEST-EAST by Lewis Waugh

Inspired by experiences in the Skye Cuillins and Moroccan High Atlas, the exhibition centres on collaboration between Lewis Waugh, two calligraphers and Iyad Hayatleh – Glasgow/Palestinian poet. Work also references Gaelic poetry. The resultant abstract forms are a fusion of Islamic geometry and Hebridean dreaming. 

’It is difficult, as an abstract artist, to make a credible visual political statement that does not somehow descend into the polemics and imagery of propaganda. The exhibition represents a journey through different lands and cultures, a series of meetings with people of different faiths and ideas who we are increasingly being asked to assume, are in conflict and in opposition to our own. This is not what I have experienced and via this exhibition, I wish to convey that in some ways at least, positive, creative fusion is possible.’

Exhibition is on until Saturday 2 March 2019. Fore more information, please visit the event page here.

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Pictures of St. Kilda - The Silent Islands
Feb
15
3:00 pm15:00

Pictures of St. Kilda - The Silent Islands

Part of Winter Words Festival 2019.

Alex Boyd’s photographs of the ever-mysterious St. Kilda archipelago show the beauty of the islands, but he also captures the modern signs of military presence - jarring with the empty landscape. This inter-relationshop between heritage, myth and Britain’s ongoing role on the world stage as a major weapons producer, has had Alex returning many times to St. Kilda, collecting the images which would eventually become St Kilda: The Silent Islands.

Alex will take you on the journey with him, across the largest isle of Hirta, working slowly from the hills above Village Bay, or in the valley of Gleann Mór beyond, pointing out the plane wreckage, the strange military installations, as well as structures both ancient and modern built by the St. Kildans themselves.

Admission is £8.50 plus booking fee and tickets are available from the event page here.

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Chicago Burns Supper with Clark McGinn
Feb
9
6:30 pm18:30

Chicago Burns Supper with Clark McGinn

To celebrate the life, works, and spirit of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns, the University of Glasgow are hosting a Burns Supper at The University Club of Chicago on Saturday 9 February, hosted by Dr Clark McGinn.

A four course meal will be served, you'll hear poetry from the Bard and will ceilidh dance the night away. Kilts and black tie encouraged!

Tickets start at £40.00 and are available from the University of Glasgow event page here.

The Burns Supper: A Concise History by Clark McGinn

The Burns Supper: A Comprehensive History by Clark McGinn

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Brexit, Independence & The Case for Socialism
Jan
29
7:00 pm19:00

Brexit, Independence & The Case for Socialism

Scottish Socialist Party Public Meeting
Brexit, Independence & the Case for Socialism

Speakers:
George Kerevan, former SNP MP and co-author of Catalonia Reborn
Colin Fox, former SSP MSP & SSP National Co-Spokesperson
Róisín McLaren, SSP National Co-Spokesperson
Gerry Carroll, People Before Profit, MLA for West Belfast

Will Britain leave the EU on March 29th or not? Will Theresa May get her Withdrawal Bill through Parliament or not? Whilst MP's seem paralysed by indecision working class people suffer poverty pay, further insecurity, falling living standards and declining public services.

The Scottish Socialist Party believes none of these concerns will disappear whether we are in the EU or not. History shows that it is only when working people stand up for themselves and resist employers attacks that meaningful change occurs.

Independence offers an escape hatch for working people in Scotland to avoid the failed free market philosophy of the UK and EU. We want an independent socialist Scotland, a modern democratic republic. And we believe the YES campaign needs to show how Scotland's working class majority will be better off with Independence.

We have organised this public meeting to explain what we have to say about Brexit, Independence and the bosses attacks on wages, jobs and public services. Each speakers will explain why socialist ideas - of solidarity and collective action - are more relevant today than ever been before.

💰 Free entry
🕑 7pm - 9pm
🗓️ Tuesday 29th January
📍 St Augustine's United Church, 41 George VI Bridge
🎟️ Tickets on Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brexit-independence-the-case-for-socialism-tickets-54889683521?aff=ebdssbdestsearch)

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Dove Tales: Scottish Artists for Peace
Jan
26
4:30 pm16:30

Dove Tales: Scottish Artists for Peace

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Join Dove Tales in an exploration of peace and pacificism through poetry and song, with a performance from award-winning musician, actress and poet Gerda Stevenson, author of Quines: Poems in tribute to women of Scotland.

Presented in partnership with Waterstones.

Tickets are £5 and are available from the Celtic Connections event page.

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Supper with Burns
Jan
25
7:00 pm19:00

Supper with Burns

A seasonal favourite! Join the Scottish Storytelling Centre for an alternative Burns Supper in the beautiful setting of the Storytelling Court, serving up a delicious 3-course Scottish dinner – with the centre piece Haggis – and a generous helping of Burns’ stories, song and lore. Hosted by storytellers David Campbell and Ruth Kirkpatrick, with clarsach player Katie Harrigan. Also featuring Donald Smith‘s wonderful rendition of Tam O’Shanter! Book early to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are £25.00 and are available from the Scottish Storytelling Centre events page.

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Supper with Burns
Jan
24
7:00 pm19:00

Supper with Burns

A seasonal favourite! Join the Scottish Storytelling Centre for an alternative Burns Supper in the beautiful setting of the Storytelling Court, serving up a delicious 3-course Scottish dinner – with the centre piece Haggis – and a generous helping of Burns’ stories, song and lore. Hosted by storytellers David Campbell and Ruth Kirkpatrick, with clarsach player Katie Harrigan. Also featuring Donald Smith‘s wonderful rendition of Tam O’Shanter! Book early to avoid disappointment!

Tickets are £25.00 and are available from the Scottish Storytelling Centre events page.

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Screening dates for Nation films with Q&As - Lesley Riddoch
Jan
23
to 9 Feb

Screening dates for Nation films with Q&As - Lesley Riddoch

NATION is a new film collaboration between award-winning journalist Lesley Riddoch (author of Blossom: What Scotland Needs to Flourish) and Phantom Power filmmaker Al McMaster. It explores the very different path our Nordic neighbours have been able to follow from the politics of the UK, and asks: is Scotland ready to join them?

Jan 23: Birks Cinema Aberfeldy, 1 Dunkeld Street, Aberfeldy PH15 2DA, 6.30pm https://www.birkscinema.co.uk/tapos/8494-nation-norway

Feb 7: An Lanntair Stornoway, Kenneth Street, Stornoway HS1 2DS, 7pm
http://lanntair.com/events/event/nation-norway-faroes-presented-lesley-riddoch/

Feb 9: Barra Northbay Hall, Isle of Barra HS9 5XY, 6pm
No link cos that's not how they do things on Barra. Just turn up!

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Paolozzi at St Mary's Cathedral
Jan
19
2:00 pm14:00

Paolozzi at St Mary's Cathedral

Revel in the beauty of Edinburgh artist Eduardo Paolozzi's 'Millennium Window', designed for the Resurrection Chapel in St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral.

Paolozzi at Large in Edinburgh, edited by Christine De Luca and Carlo Pirozzi pays homage to the Edinburgh-born artist Eduardo Paolozzi. His native city is where some of his most arresting work can be found, including the Manuscript of Monte Cassino currently located at Hillside Crescent Gardens, the Wealth of Nations sculpture at Drummond House, Gyle Business Park and the Millenium Window at St Mary's Cathedral. Refecting the artist's multifaceted approach, the book contains a vibrant combination of responses to his revolutionary oeuvre, in particular the Edinburgh masterpieces. Full colour images of the artworks are accompanied by responsive artworks by Royal Scottish Academy artists and Christine De Luca's interpretative poetry.

Pirozzi and De Luca will discuss the conception of the book and will read some of the poems from the book.

The event will also include music from the Mayfield Salisbury Chamber Group and Paolozzi's inspiration for the window, as told by Professor Duncan MacMillan.

Admission is free and all are welcome. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided upon entry.
Please wrap up warm as the cathedral can be cold during the winter months.

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Norway introduced by Lesley Riddoch
Jan
13
2:00 pm14:00

Norway introduced by Lesley Riddoch

Author of Blossom: What Scotland Needs To Flourish and other books, Lesley Riddoch will be speaking about Norway and their out-of-doors approach to life on the back of completing her PhD in hutting tradition and culture.

Tickets are £5/£3 concession and are available from the event page here.

McSmörgåsbord: What post-Brexit Scotland can learn from the Nordics by Lesley Riddoch & Eberhard Bort

Riddoch on the Outer Hebrides by Lesley Riddoch

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