In Process with Christopher Brookmyre, 22nd July, Scottish Writers’ Centre, CCA
Today 22nd July at 7:00pm
Scottish Writers’ Centre, CCA
I know, I know – a little last minute for a Facebook event – but I’m sure most of you are aware of this by now anywhoos! And if not, then better cancel whatever you’re doing tomorrow night and come along!
Tickets: £6/(£3 for concessions), at the door. FREE to SWC members.
Christopher Brookmyre was born in Glasgow in 1968 and educated at Glasgow University, where he earned an MA (Hons) in English and Theatre. He worked as a sub-editor in London and Edinburgh prior to the publication of his first novel, Quite Ugly One Morning, which won the First Blood Award in 1996 for the best first crime novel of the year. Sixteen further novels followed, garnering him two Sherlock awards, the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for Comic Writing and the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Award for writing. It’s not all wine and roses, however, as he is a St Mirren season-ticket holder and last year named them the club he hated most in the Scottish league.
Scottish Writers’ Centre, CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD
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