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Friday, May 2, 2014

Words Wisdom Whisky in Wigtown

This weekend, Wigtown is the place to be as the Wigtown Spring Festival kicks off. 

This year the Wigtown Spring Festival has had funding from Homecoming Scotland 2014 enabling the Association of Wigtown Booksellers to hold events during every weekend in May. Details and an on line programme are available from the website
I’m attaching the cover of the programme. The festival starts with the Writers’ Gathering on Friday 2nd May.

Events over the weekend include:

Spoken Word Slam - Tonight!
Wild, witty, wise or wry, writers compete against each other to win £50 cash prize and title of Wigtown Slam Champ.  Whether rhyming, rapping or raving, all styles of prose and poetry are welcome.  Licensed bar. £5 entry/£3.50 per performer.  6pm - 9pm. Last minute tickets still available, please telephone 01988 403 222 or call into the festival box office at the County Buildings.

D & G Archaeology with Andrew Nicholson
Byre Books
Saturday 3rd May 2014
Tickets £4

WALK with Robert Twigger
The Bookshop
Sunday 4th May 2014
Tickets £4 
How can walking add to the sum of happiness? Writer Robert Twigger's expeditions have included crossing Egypt's western desert on foot.  He talks about his e-book Walk, which looks at the power of walking to inspire and bring peace and explores ways everyone can benefit.  Twigger is a winner of the William Hill Award for Sports Book of the Year and author of the critically acclaimed Red Nile, a biography of the world's longest river.

For the full programme of events head to the Book Festival events page here

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