Marian Keyes at Aye Write, the Mitchell Library
30th May, 2018
Join international best-seller Marian Keyes at The Mitchell Library
She’s so funny – this is bound to be thoroughly entertaining and an absolute hoot.
Marian Keyes: talking books, talking life, just talking……The Break, Strictly, scribing, Ailment of the Month, shoes, reading lists, fillums, inspirational celebs, make-up, Sudden Wild Enthusiasms and everything in between. So gather your friends and family for an event that will be gloriously, poignantly, hilariously MARIAN.
Marian Keyes is one of the most successful novelists writing today. Her most recent novel The Breakwas a Sunday Times bestseller and has been described as ‘just brilliant’ (Sunday Times) and ‘mercilessly funny’ (The Times), adjectives that we could happily substitute for the author herself. Don’t miss this chance to meet one of our most talented writers.
Tickets £15 including The Break and £10 for subsequent tickets bought Book Online
or Phone Box Office 0141 353 8000
The Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN
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