For Scottish Book Week I’ve been invited along by my publisher Ringwood to an event in the Panopticon Music Hall in the Trongate to do a short reading from ‘Torn Edges’. God knows when the actual reading will take place but if your in town on Saturday take a look in. It’s a theatre that is not open to the public that often so it a really good chance to see it. If I remember correctly the entry to the theatre is in the lane beside the building but it will be well signposted. The photographic doesn’t quite do the place justice but the best I can find.
About this event
Book Day in Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
In the atmospheric Britannia Panopticon ‘the world’s oldest surviving music hall’ a selection of Scottish authors shall be selling their books as well as engaging with the public through book readings and signings. This is an un-ticketed drop in event, so please feel free to come along at any time during the day. These authors cover a wide range of genres such as entertainment history, photography, poetry, comics and graphic novels.
Britannia Panopticon Music Hall
Glasgow G1 5HD
11:00 – 17:00
29 November 2014
Telephone number for queries
0141 553 0840
Free, unticketed, drop in event (turn up anytime during these times)
The venue is not wheelchair accessible as there are about 30 stairs leading up into the auditorium.
Event type: Comics/graphic novels, Crime, History, Non-fiction, Poetry, Science fiction, Scots, Scottish authors, Open Day, Storytelling Event, Theatre,