Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Fringe by the Sea events at North Berwick Library



Tuesday 8th August

Malachy Tallack, author of Sixty Degrees North, will be discussing his most recent book, The Un-Discovered Islands. Malachy will take us on a journey of discovery and un-discovery, through some of the world's mythical lost continents and islands once believed to be real. From the well-known story of Atlantis through the ages and across the seas to islands whose status is still in doubt today, this will be a true exploration of myths and mysteries, phantoms and fakes. 7.30-9pm in the Library, £5.00 (includes a glass of wine).

Thursday 10th August

It's boogers, books and big bottom burps as award-winning author Stuart Reid brings the wacky characters in his Gorgeous George series to life. Stuart has performed at over 1,200 schools, libraries and book festivals throughout the UK and internationally, winning plaudits and accolades from teachers and librarians for his enthusiastic, inspirational style. It will be yucky. There may be snot. You have been warned! 11.30am-12.30pm in the Library, free entry.

Dilys Rose is a novelist, short story writer, poet and librettist who has received various awards and fellowships for her work. Her twelfth book, Unspeakable, is a novel based on the life and times of Thomas Aikenhead, a 20 year-old student who was the last person in Britain to be tried and executed for blasphemy. It was selected as Waterstones' Scottish Book of the Month. 7.30-9pm in the Library, £5.00 (includes a glass of wine).

For tickets and details of these and other events visit the Fringe by the Sea website.



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