Come browse the best bookshop in Scotland and enjoy an Evening with Bella Caledonia …
8 pm – Mike Small showcases the best of the new indy media of the past few years in a multimedia talk and points the way to changing the way we access, share and create information about power.
What’s wrong with our media and what are we going to do about it?
9 pm – Jim Monaghan is a performance poet and political activist based in Glasgow. A veteran of the Scottish poetry scene, he has won numerous prizes and awards including the 2013 Festival of Politics poetry prize at the Edinburgh Festival. Jim is one of a few poets who doesn’t write or publish his poems. The only way to catch his work is to see it live.
9.30 pm – Music from Johnny Gailey
Johnny was born in Belfast but has lived in Scotland for nearly twenty years, from Aberdeen to Dumbiedykes, from the Isle of Skye to Leith. He works as an artist, educator, photographer, organiser and writer and tweets on visual culture @johnnygailey and on growing, land and Scotland @thewarmshoots. He also co-runs and DJ’s at the monthly Wiff Waff table tennis event at Out of the Blue Drill Hall.
Categories: Arts & Culture