Top five Book Week Scotland 2014 events
- Molly Reid
- 12 November 2014
Including the Inky Fingers Scavenger Hunt, Tales in The Tower and the Travelling Book Trolley of Joy
The Inky Fingers Scavenger Hunt
Teams of four can take up the challenge of hunting down objects related to literary Edinburgh. A prize-giving will be held on Sun 30 Nov in The Forest Café with writers and live music.
Various venues, Edinburgh, Mon 24–Thu 27 Nov.
Tales in The Tower
St Giles Cathedral will open its roof for the first time for half hour slots throughout the day as groups of four get up close and personal to the clockwork and bells, listening to a selection of stories and poems.
St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, Mon 24–Sun 30 Nov.
The Travelling Book Trolley of Joy
Interactive adventure for all ages. Track the trolley by following @literarydundee and get in on the action by meeting it on its travels and picking up a book.
Various venues, Dundee, Mon 24–Sun 30 Nov.
Ross Ruane and Stef Smith Present: Living Library
Ten women will read an extract from a work of fiction that inspires them. A combination of new stories and old classics read aloud followed by a live music set: all you need to do is turn up with open ears.
The Glad Café, Glasgow, Tue 25 Nov.
True Confessions of Professional Liars
Illicit Ink will be hosting a night of confessions. A gathering of Scottish writers and performers spill their secrets, past shames and dirty deeds, through stand-up, storytelling and spoken word.
The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, Wed 26 Nov.
Book Week Scotland, Mon 24–Sun 30 Nov.