Christopher Brookmyre discusses Pandaemonium around Scotland

Christopher Brookmyre discusses Pandaemonium around Scotland

A busy old fortnight for the king of comedic Tartan Noir with his opening event of three coming as part of a highly impressive double bill with Mark Billingham, whose ’tec, DI Thorne, will soon be made flesh on the small Sky One screen c/o David Morrissey. In the Stirling and Ayr festival events, the Paisley author will be doing a solo venture discussing Pandaemonium, his ’09 novel about shadowy goings-on within a religious high school.

Waterstone’s, Dunfermline, Fri 10 Sep; Tolbooth, Stirling, Mon 13 Sep; Carnegie Library, Ayr, Wed 22 Sep.

Off the Page Stirling Book Festival

This local festival offers a wide range of authors and speakers for adults and children of all ages. Featured authors include Denise Mina, Helen Fitzgerald, and Chris Townsend. There are also heritage walks in Balfron, tours of the Archives and a special 'How to Get Published Event' featuring Allan Guthrie.

Various venues: Stirling

Sat 12 May 2018

Times & prices vary / 01786 432383

Sun 13 May 2018

Times & prices vary / 01786 432383

Mon 14 May 2018

Times & prices vary / 01786 432383

…and 5 more dates until 19 May 2018

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