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CHRISTOPHER WALLACE - THE PIRATE
Local author Christopher Wallace Will be reading from his novel The Pirate, which builds on the huge successes of The Pied Piper's Poison and The Resurrection Club.
Tickets are free. 6.30pm
As part of Edinburgh Waterstone's celebration of WORLD BOOK DAY, we will be hosting various author events for schools, throughout the day. Please ask in-store for promotions/events that are
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GAVIN BELL - SOMEWHERE OVER
THE RAINBOW: Travels in South Africa. Local author Gavin Bell reads from Somewhere Over . The Rainbow, a compelling portrait of a country in search of an identity. 7 pm
WORLD BOOK DAY
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF SPIRITUAL HEALERS
7pm. Waterstone's are delighted to hold another evening with the N.F.S.H. Tickets are free and avail-
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East End, 13-14 Princes Street Tel: 0131 556 3034
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REFLECTIONS OF A TURBU- LENT PRIEST
This is a talk organised by The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, given by Bishop Richard Holloway. The venue is Lecture Theatre 1, McCance Buulding, Strathclyde University, .16 Richmond Street. No tickets required.
GFT FILM QUIZ
Sorry, it's back. Stet and Paddy have volunteered to put more willing members of the public through their musical paces. Kick-off time 8.45pm, the OFT. Tickets £1 from Waterstone's and the OFT.
NATIONAL BEDTIME READING WEEK
This is a national campaign to highlight the importance and enjoyment of reading. especially with and to chil- dren at home. Throughout February and March Waterstone's are promoting a selection of books for very young children, with 3 books for the price of 2. For some fun, pop along to the store on Monday26th and see some Booksellers in their pyjamas.
Reiki evenings are now a monthly feature in the events diary. Reiki is a Japanese heating process and on the night a brief talk will be followed by an evening of short healing demonstrations given by Reiki teachers and students. Free tickets
IN SEARCH OF SCOTLAND
'In Search of Scotland' is the companion book to a new BBC Scotland television series focusing on Scottish history. Local Glasgow historians, Edward Cowan, Scottish History lecturer at Glasgow University. and Richard Finlay. Director at the Research Centre in Scottish History, will be here this evening to give the talk. Free tickets.
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