EVENTS AT BRDERS
THURSDAY 30TH MAY 7PM
PRINCESS DIANA: THE HID- DEN EVIDENCE
Conspiracy theories ahoyl and John Beveridge
verdict on Prince ' from HRH P ' C
for the bookc
Journalists Jon King ' ' g challenge to the official . Including an appearance of Albany who wrote the foreword
WEDNESDAY 5TH JUNE 7.30PM
JOHN MAYER: NUCLEAR PEACE
The Edinburgh advocate chairs a discussion on his new book, Nuclear Peace:The Story of the Trident Three. If you thought that the CND and Greenham Common were a distant memo- ry, be prepared to think again.
MONDAY IOTH JUNE 7PM
Reading from his debut novel Milk Treading, a political thriller concerning cats and dog burglars. Nick will also talk about the writing. process and- his screenwriting for independent filmmak- ers and major television channels.
Professional guitar lessons with Gordon Balfour every Thursday. Cost to you, nil, zilch, zippo, free. Fame and fortune and blis- ters on yOur fingers can be yours, iust bring a guitar.
THURSDAYS 7PM -
OTHERWORLDS DISCUSSION GROUP
Star Trek Vs Star Wars, Stephen King Vs Dean Koontz, is Ray Bradbury still relevant? Discuss, talk and argue with like mind-
ed folk in the realms of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Free .
filter coffee to bravely go...
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THURSDAY 23RD MAY 7P/
MACALLAN/SCOTLAND ON SUN DAY MASTE RC LAS!
Glasgow based author Christopher Whyte leads a mastercla designed to help hone your skills in anticipation of this year's compt titio
TUESDAY 28TH MAY 7Pl
The local poet reads excerpts from his latest collection Ritual Sou; and Other Liquids. Graham Fulton has been writing and performir his poetry for the past fifteen years. He has had three previous colle tions published. His work has also featured in the anthology Drea State: the new Scottish Poets, and has been broadcaston televisic and radi
THURSDAY 30TH MAY 'I7Pt
A maior new voice in Scottish fiction, Richard Price reads from A Br in Summer, an enchanting collection of fictionalised memories growing up in the West of Scotland. From raspberry picking in woo lands, to rather more sultry memories of a grimy Londo
THURSDAY 30TH MAY 7P1
Adventure film maker and author, Matt Dickinson will be readir from his new book Black Ice as well as discussing his own expe ences exploring the Antarctic. Black Ice, is a contemporary Antarc thriller, featuring a scientific breakthrough threatened by a psycho explorer who holds a whole base at ransom at the onset of tl Antarctic Wintc
THURSDAY 6TH JUNE 7PI
Alan Warner will be reading from and talking about his new no1 The Man Who Walks. After the theft of a pub's World Cup cash kin a homeless drifter pursues his eccentric uncle — ’The Man W
Walks' — into the Highlands to recover the money. The nephe frantic, stalled progress forms Warner’s fourth, wickedly hilario nov
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