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  • 20 September 2007
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Maggie’s Building Life Walks

Around 4,000 people are expected to participate in these sponsored ten-mile walks, taking in the buildings that are open to the public as part of Doors Open Day, and raising funds to set up a network of Maggie’s Centres to support those affected by cancer, be they a patient, family member or friend. To take part, call 0141 341 5669 or email dee@maggiescentres.org. Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, Sat 22 Sep.

Last Monday at Rio

A poetry and spoken word night for the West End. The headline act this month is The Makar Poets, a precision quartet of rapid-fire rhymemongers. There’s an open mic session too – contact compere Robin Cairns (robin.cairns@btconnect.com) if you would like to perform. Rio Café, Hyndland Street, Glasgow. Mon 24 Sep, 8–10pm. Free.

Zinnie Harris: Playwriting Skills

The award-winning playwright, known best for Nightingale and Chase and now writing for television, including Spooks, shares the secrets of her success over six fortnightly sessions, starting this week. Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. Mon 1 Oct.

Maggie's Building Life Walks

Around 4000 people are expected to take part in these sponsored 10 mile walks, taking in the buildings that are opened to the public as part of Doors Open Day and raising funds to set up a network of Maggie's Centres to support those affected by cancer, be they a patient, family member or friend. To take part, call 0141…

Last Monday at Rio

A poetry and spoken word night for the West End. The headline act this month is The Makar Poets, a precision quartet of rapid-fire rhymemongers. There's an open mic session too - please contact compere Robin Cairns (robin.cairns@btconnect.com) if you would like to perform.

Zinnie Harris: Playwriting Skills

The award-winning playwright - best known for Nightingale and Chase, and now writing for television dramas such as Spooks - shares the secrets of her success over six fortnightly sessions.

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