Literary Lunchtimes, Bar Gandolfi, Glasgow Feb – Mar, 2015
The new spring series of “Literary Lunchtimes” resumes Wednesday 18th February, 2015 at Bar Gandolfi, 64 Albion Street, Merchant City, Glasgow.
Spring Programme 2015
Rodge Glass – will read on 25 February, 1 p.m.
Irish poet Alan Gillis – now teaching at the University of Edinburgh, will appear on 11 March at 1 p.m.
Chris Agee – Keith Wright Literary Fellow will soon complete his last term in this post, he will end the Spring series of readings on 25 March, 2015 at 1 p.m.
There’s always a good crowd, so please arrive early to ensure a seat.
The previous three series of “Literary Lunchtimes” have cumulatively proved a resounding success, with an average of 50 staff, students and general public gathering in this very convivial setting for poetry and prose, lunch, drinks, chat and craic. “Literary Lunchtimes” is now a well-known feature of the Glasgow literary scene.
The series is sponsored by the School of Humanities, University of Strathclyde.
Bar Gandolfi,64 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1NY
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