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03 BACKRUB IN THE BASE- 0 THE PROSPECTS FOR m MENT AND TAROT READ- SCOTS LAW INGS 7.30pm Organised by The Royal 12.00pm onwards Enjoy a relaxing Philosophical Society of Glasgow.
Venue: Lecture Theatre I. McCance Building, Strathclyde University. 16 Richmond Street.
No tickets are required.
massage from only £5. Then perhaps see what the future holds with Mikael who will be giving Tarot readings every Saturday. Each reading costs £15.
’ BACKRUB IN THE BASE- PHIL P Y CAF 700 050' 'H - E- ~ 1 0 MENT AND TAROT READ— . pm This Is a stImulatIng evening
for everyone with an interest in philos-
OPPY- See information for 3 February. No tickets required.
Edinburgh, East End SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF HOLISTIC AROMATHERAPY 0 11:9 PRACT|T|0NERS 6.00pm Readings from all six authors
7 00pm This evening Offers a Chance of this exciting new Scottish fiction
. . im rint. to exchange Information and to learn p more about aromatherapy.
No tickets required. 0 WHISKY TASTING
6.00pm Tutored whisky tasting with free- lance writer and author Dave Broom.
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SCOTTISHBOOK OF THE MONTH‘FOR FEBRUARY , ‘-
. V I , I Three friends head off from Coatbridge to I ' .help with a‘construction project on a hilltop
‘ monastery in Cucuruzzu. Italy, but any illu-
- : sions of a holiday are soon quashedby the
~ eccentricities of monastery life. More dis-
- turbingly. the tranquillity and remoteness of The Q - the mountaIn hIdeaway offer no shelter from past lives, and as Easter Sunday draws near-
Des er the novel reaches a chilling climax.
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