Limmy – ‘Daft Wee Stories’ Aye Write! 2016 Friday 11 March.
Daft Wee Stories
11 March, 2016
19.30 – 20.30
Daft Wee Stories is Limmy’s first book. It is a collection of stories. There are short stories. There are longer stories. There are stupid stories. There are thoughtful stories. There are upside-down stories. There are normal-way-up stories. There are weird stories. There are less weird stories. There are really weird stories. There is nothing else like it. Come and hear Limmy read from and talk about the book.
You could maybe even ask him a question. Brian Limond is an actor, writer and comedian, the star of Limmy’s Show.
Chaired by Janice Forsyth this event will be
recorded by BBC Scotland for broadcast.
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