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September 2022

Tidelines Book Festival presents Stuart Cosgrove HEY AMERICA!

23 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

HEY AMERICA! The Epic Story of Black Music and the White House.

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Tidelines Book Festival presents “Moxie Creative Kids” Paddington Bear Storytelling 2 – 4 yrs

24 September @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

‘Please look after this bear.

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Tidelines Book Festival presents “Moxie Creative Kids” Paddington Bear Storytelling 5 – 6 yrs

24 September @ 11:15 am - 1:15 pm

‘Please look after this bear.

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Tidelines Book Festival – Leonie Charlton

24 September @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Marram: Memories of sea and spider silkThe stunning Hebridean islands provide the setting for Marram, Leonie Charlton’s beautiful love letter to the natural world. Gentle, honest and raw, this poetic travel memoir is a journey of discovery and acceptance; a skilfully woven appraisal of human relationships with people, place and memory. Both emotional bravery and physical courage are demanded of Leonie, along with her friend and travelling companion, Shuna, and their beloved Highland ponies, Ross and Chief. Join Leonie to celebrate love…

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Tidelines Book Festival – Catherine Simpson

24 September @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Body MattersBy the time she reached her fifties, Catherine Simpson had experienced half a lifetime of relentless harassment, misogyny and body-shaming, alongside her career and family life. She’d dieted, jogged, tanned and plucked, attempting to conform to prevailing standards of "acceptable womanhood." But when a medical crisis came along, she could no longer pummel her body into submission and was forced to take stock. Demystifying, relatable, often hilarious, this is the story of how Catherine came to appreciate the skin…

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Tidelines Book Festival presents Jenny Colgan

24 September @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Born in Prestwick, bestselling author Jenny Colgan is the queen of cosy, get-away-from-it-all romantic fiction - her books have sold more than five million copies worldwide! We’re delighted to welcome her back home to Ayrshire to celebrate her latest novel, ‘An Island Wedding’, the final instalment in her beloved Mure series. Three couples. One midsummer night. Can everyone get their happy ever after? Get ready to have your heart broken, mended and broken all over again . . .

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Tidelines Book Festival – For the Love of …

24 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

On the evening when many Scots will be showing their love for the men’s national football team atHampden, Tidelines celebrates LOVE in all its guises.  What gets your pulse racing? Watching a good game of sport? Or a hug from your grandchild? A night out with your best mate? Or a night in with your true love? Under the guiding hand of David McLaughlan (aka Francis Gay), with performances by Ayrshire writers Michael Malone, Tracy Harvey and Morven Gow, expect a…

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Tidelines Book Festival – For the Love of …

24 September @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

On the evening when many Scots will be showing their love for the men’s national football team atHampden, Tidelines celebrates LOVE in all its guises. What gets your pulse racing? Watching a good game of sport? Or a hug from your grandchild? A night out with your best mate? Or a night in with your true love?Under the guiding hand of David McLaughlanaka Francis Gay), with performances by Ayrshire writers Michael Malone, Tracy Harvey and Morven Gow, expect a night…

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Tidelines Book Festival presents “Moxie Creative Kids” BFG Storytelling & Drama 7 – 9 yrs

25 September @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

‘The matter with human beans is that they is absolutely refusing to believe anything unless they is actually seeing it right in front of their own schnozzles.’BFG-themed drama workshop filled with storytelling, impro, music and magical adventure.Session runs from 10.30am - 12 Noon

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Tidelines Book Festival – Iain Cameron

25 September @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Vanishing IcePatches of snow have endured historically on Scotland’s mountains for centuries, but since the early 20th century have begun to disappear. Iain Cameron describes accessing the remote places where this snow reposes, and shows stunning photographs of unique snow tunnels, which form nowhere else in Britain but the Highlands. Based on sound scientific evidence and personal observations, accompanied by stunning photography and wrapped in a passion for our landscape, The Vanishing Ice is a eulogy to snow, the mountains…

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