Two great events coming up in September. Janice Galloway on the 8th and Robert Douglas on the 12th. Both in the Mitchell Theatre, 6-7pm, with a book signing afterwards.
We’ve managed to keep ticket prices as low as possible – £5 and £3. Booking details are on Glasgow Libraries website and -good news – we can offer tickets to book group members at the concession rate – just get in touch for the special code. The ticketing is being handled by Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, and if you’re able to go in, then you can buy the tickets at face value, otherwise you’ll be charged a booking fee and credit card charge. We’re not able to sell tickets here at the Mitchell.
Janice will be talking about All Made Up, the second part of her autobiography, in which the child introduced in This is Not About Me becomes a teenager. We’re really really looking forward to it here in the office as Janice is one of the best readers aloud we’ve ever heard.
Many of you never miss a visit from Robert Douglas -I can’t believe it’s six years since he first came to the Mitchell to launch Night Song of the Last Tram. Since his autobiographical trilogy, Robert has turned to fiction. In his new novel – Staying on Past the Terminus – it is 1961 and the trams still run on Maryhill Road, but not for much longer.
Hope to see you there. And remember, get in touch if you want discounted tickets.