EVENTS AT BRDERS
FRIDAY 9TH AUGUST I IAM
THE HAPPY GANG
Fun, games and music galore with Scotland's favourite trio.
MONDAYS I IAM
Activities & Fun for pre-school. Free filter coffee and iuice.
MONDAYS 6PM - 8PM
Join professional art teacher Lynda Frame for hints & tips on everything Arty. Watercolor Challenge may only be a brush stroke away.
WEDNESDAYS 7PM - 9PM
HEAD, NECK & SHOULDER MASSAGE
Relax and unwind after a hard day at the office with Our complimentary massage for all customers.
Free professional guitar lessons with Gardon Balfour. Darius not invited.
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 12PM & 2PM
Stories new and old to delight children of all ages.
SUNDAYS 12PM - 3PM
Spiderman, Star Wars, you say it, well paint it.
We'd love to hear from like minded people who require a comfortable atmosphere with which to vent their feelings abOut all things literary. Give us a call or pop in and talk to us to start up your very own book/discussion group.
20% DISCOUNT ON SELECTED TRAVEL GUIDES
Prepare yOurselves for that hard earned holiday.
SUMMER 3 FOR 2
Three paperbacks for the price of two on a large selection of new titles. Perfect holiday reading for the beach, the plane, the train, you get the drift.
THURSDAY 8TH AUGUST 7—PM
Louise Welsh will be reading from her much anticipated debut The Cutting Room. a book that heralds the arrival of on outstanding, contemporary GlangW novel. Its charismatic protagonist, Rilke, is an auctioneer by proteSSion. When he comes upOn a hidden collection of graphically violent erotic photographs, he feels compelled to unearth more abOut the deceased owner who coveted them.
MONDAY 12TH AUGUST 7PM
Nick Smith will be discussing his book Milk Trending. Reminiscent of the 20th century's great animal books Watership Down and Animal Farm, this novel holds a mirror up to society and ruthlessly points a spotlight at its clarer sicles. Featuring Julius, a iaded crime writer who also happens to be a cat, Milk Treading includes political intrigue. murder and mayhem as oar hero prowls deeper and deeper into the crooked underworld of Bast, his strange city.
TUESDAY I3TH AUGUST 7PM
Professor of Cybernetics at Reading University Kevin Warwick will be talking abOut his book I, Cyborg, and the remarkable experiment it describes. Earlier this year, Kev=ii Warwick had a computer chip surgically inserted into his central nervous system. A key part of the experiment involves the hope that emotions and experiences can be read in terms of patterns of nervous excitement from the chip to the computer, recorded, then beamed back to the chip and re-experienced. In this ini rediny exciting and potentially groundbreaking experiment, Kevin Warwick is changing forever just what it means to be human.
WEDNESDAY 14TH AUGUST 7PM
IN SEARCH OF WILLIE PATTERSON
Historian Fred Reid will be talking about his book in Search of Willie Patterson, a tamily history as well as a history of Glasgow. Musing on the histOry of his family, Reid came to lOCUS on his grandfather, Willie Patterson. Estranged from Willie by his womanising, Reid's mother had woven a legend of ’the black sheep of the family' which he decided to research and evaluate. This book tells the stow of Reid's quest to understand the grrzr‘iclfrttlter he never knew.
THURSDAY ISTH AUGUST 7PM
Ex-Sleeper singer and guitarist Louise Wener will be talking about her first novel Goodnight Steve McQueen. Danny McQueen has dreamed of being a pop star since he was I3 years old. He's now ?9 and still dreaming. His girlfriend Alison wants him to sort his life DUI, and has told him to find a record deal by the. end of the year or find a new girlfriend. Suddenly Danny needs to decide where his heart really lies.
BOOKS, MUSIC, VIDEO, AND A CAFE
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