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Get reading for Book Week Scotland 2014

I wouldn’t normally recommend getting lost when you’re in Scotland, but I’ll make an exception for Book Week. Taking place...

Talkin’ ‘bout my Regeneration – Pat Barker’s WWI novel comes to the stage

  I am making this statement as an action of willful defiance of military authority, because I believe the war...

An interview with… Peter May

Peter May has had a fascinating career, from his early days dreaming of becoming a novelist, to his current position...

Comics, quizzes and cosplay at Glasgow Comic Con 2014

If the words “jings”, “crivens” and “help ma Boab” mean anything to you, you’ll know that comics have been an important...

Queen’s Baton Relay: 27 – 30 June

Thundering northwards at an impressive rate, the Scottish leg of the Queen’s Baton Relay is in full momentum and Dundee...

Talking about GENERATION

GENERATION is an ambitious free arts programme running until 30 November and is part of Homecoming Scotland 2014 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS of contemporary...

Glasgow 2014: 100 days to go and a 100 things to do

I waited feverishly for word on whether my application was successful or not, checking obsessively every few minutes. I was...

Catch Frankie Boyle, Eleanor Catton and many more at Glasgow’s Aye Write! Book Festival

  Aye Write! – perhaps the best-named of all the Scottish book festivals – returns to Glasgow’s Mitchell Library on...

Tartan Day – 10 unbe-weave-able facts about tartan

Look out your kilt or tartan trews – Sunday 6 April is Tartan Day, a chance for Scots both at...

Follow Pipefest on a march through Stirling’s fascinating history

Stirling’s Big Weekend is just a few months away, so if you haven’t done so already, clear your diaries! Running...

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