Blackwell's

Blackwell's
53–59 South Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1YS
  • Telephone 0131 622 8218
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  • Website www.blackwell.co.uk
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Blackwell's Writers at the Fringe

Blackwell's Bookshop Edinburgh's oldest bookshop presents an evening filled with the best in Scotland's literary scene, from poetry to Tartan Noir, contemporary to historic fiction. For the full line-up of performers, please visit https://writersatthefringe17.eventbrite.co.uk. Age category: PG

Thu 3 Aug

Free / 0131 622 8218

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Thu 10 Aug

Free / 0131 622 8218

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Thu 17 Aug

Free / 0131 622 8218

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Thu 24 Aug

Free / 0131 622 8218

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Brooke Magnanti

Brooke Magnanti is a research scientist with a doctorate in forensic science, but is perhaps better known as the blogger formerly known only as Belle de Jour. Her most recent novel, You Don't Know Me, is a pacy thriller taking in call girls and political machinations.

Tue 18 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Building Knowledge: An Architectural History of the University of Edinburgh

The launch of Building Knowledge: An Architectural History of the University of Edinburgh, by Nick Haynes and Clive Fenton.

Thu 6 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Charles Stross

Charles Stross discusses the The Delirium Brief, the eighth novel in the Laundry Files.

Wed 12 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Louise Welsh

The Scottish writer discusses the final novel in her Plague Times trilogy, No Dominion. Louise Welsh is the author of several novels including The Cutting Room, The Girl on the Stairs and Naming the Bones, as well as shorts stories and an opera based on the Robert Louis Stevenson's story The Bottle Imp for Scottish…

Thu 13 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Max Scratchman: The Last Burrah Sahibs

A one-hour, one-man-show based on the book the same title about the old Scottish jute colonies along the Hooghly river in late twentieth century Bengal.

Wed 5 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Stephen Millar: Edinburgh's Hidden Walks

Edinburgh's Hidden Walks contains 14 illustrated walks through the capital and over 400 colour photographs.

Tue 4 Jul

Free / 0131 622 8218

Triona Scully

Irish-born author Triona Scully turns the classic crime story of its head in her debut novel Nailing Jess. Set in a matriarchal Britain DCI Jane Wayne is on the hunt for a serial strangler targeting teenage boys. Demoted she must take orders from a man, a menimist that refuses to shave.

Thu 29 Jun

Free / 0131 622 8218

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