Jeti Noon: adventures with Alice
Richard Wilson Thurs 2| Nov. 7.30pm. £3 (£l). Assembly Rooms. George Street. 220 4349. Tickets also l'rom Waterstone's. l3 Princes Street. 556 3034. There‘s more to the man than Meldrew. ﬁnd out as he chats with James Roose-livans. author ot’ his new biography (Me I’m)! ()n The Stage (Weidenl’eld & Nicholson). Part of Assembly alive! See l‘rontlines.
Word Power 2nd Birthday Celebration Sat 23 Nov. Sprnnrridnight. £3.50 (£2) in advance: £4 (£2.50) on door. Word Power. 43 West Nicols‘on Street. 662 ()l 12. A. l.. Kennedy. Kathleen Jamie. iidinburgh Women Drummers. playwright Rachel Amey and others join forces for an evening of literary and musical lun. Robert Holden Sun 24 Nov. 9. l5am—5pm. £45. Queen's Hall. Clerk Street. 668 2019. TV presenter and author Holden attempts to put a smile on your lace with his one- day workshop "The laws oi Happiness — Your essential guide to a successful lil‘e'. Claire MacDonald Mon 25 Nov. 6.30pm. James Thin. 57 George Street. 225 4495. MacDonald demonstrates recipes lrom her new Scottish cook book Lit/relies (Doubleday £ I699 i.
So You Want To Be A Novelist? Wed 27 Nov. 7.30pm. £3 (£1). Assembly Rooms. George Street. 220 4349. Tickets also from Waterstone's. l3 Princes Street. 556 3034. Find out everything you needed to know about writing your ﬁrst novel. courtesy of literary agent Giles Gordon and two upcoming novelists. Part of Assertiny alive!
Sing Free The Hert Wed 27 Nov. 7.30pm. £5. Netherbow Theatre. 43 High Street. 556 9579. The Scots Language Society celebrate the poetry and prose of Alexander Scott ( l920—I989). with musical accompaniment.
Aileen Paterson Thurs' 28 Nov. I lam. Waterstone‘s. l3 Princes Street. 556 3034. See Kids.
Voyager Science Fiction Thurs 28 Nov. 7pm. Waterstone‘s. l3 Princes Street. 556 3034. Popular science fiction author Stephen Baxter reads from his new novel lbvage (Voyager £16.99). while Michael Marshall Smith reads from his second novel Spares (Voyager £9.99). soon to be made into a Spielberg tilm.
Tones Of Destiny Thurs 28 Nov. 7.30pm. £8 (£5). Assembly Rooms. George Street. 220 4349. Scotland's leading literary magazine (.‘hapman present an evening of poetry. music and song celebrating the Scots and Gaelic culture. with contributions from Hamish l‘lenderson. lain Crichton Smith. the Folk Divas and many more. Part of Assembly alive!
Jett Noon Thurs 28 Nov. 7pm. Waterstone‘s. 128 Princes Street. 226 2666. The winner of the 1994 Arthur C. Clarke Science Fiction award reads from his new book .-latumater/ Alice (Doubleday £ i499).
Invented Identities? Thurs 28 Nov. 7.30pm. Fruitmarket Gallery. Market Street. 225 2383. “And Power book shop Presents the launch of Bob C‘ant‘s new book Invented Identitiesf’: Lesbians and gays talk almut migration (Cassell).
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In association with Wild Goose publications, we are delighted to be hosting the launch of “The Myth of Progress". Hailed as “one12 woman's attempt to start rebuilding our shattered sense oi community".
Thursday let November 7.30pm
Tickets £3.00 (51 conc) George Street Assembly Rooms
(In association with Assembly Alive!) In Conversation with James Roose-E vans
Meet the man who has become a national institution with his portrayal of Victor Meldrew. Richard has finally relented and agreed to a biography and “One Foot on the Stage" delievers an enthralling portrait of one man’s ambition to prove himself. He will also sign copies of “I Don’t Believe it “
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