We are delighted to announce our second St Andrews Literary Festival, will be taking place through September and October 2016.
With over 20 events in the bookshop and around the town, the St Andrews Literary Festival will celebrate the best of the autumn’s new books. From short-stories to sonnets through history, crime writing, science and theology our line up includes authors as varied as Rick Stein, Richard Holloway, Don Paterson, James Robertson and Marina Lewycka – to name but a few!
The full festival program will be announced in early September, but do stay tuned through the festival’s facebook page for more line-up announcements or sign up to our newletter to be the first in the know.
Richard Holloway with A Little History Of Religion Wednesday 21st September, 8pm, In the Bookshop.
An Evening with Colin Thubron Thursday 22nd September, 8pm, Hope Park & Martyrs Church
School of Night with Sam Riviere & The Scores Launch Tuesday 27th September, 8pm, In the Bookshop.
Richard English with Does Terrorism Work? Wednesday 28th September, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Gill Meller with Gather Thursday 29th September, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Graeme Macrae Burnet with His Bloody Project Monday 3rd October, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Children’s Hogwarts Night in the Bookshop Tuesday 4th October, 8.30pm, In the Bookshop
Grown-up’s Hogwarts Night in the Bookshop Tuesday 4th October, 11pm, In the Bookshop
Book of Iona Wednesday 5th October, 8pm In the Bookshop
James Robertson with To Be Continued… Thursday 6th October, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Martha Collison with Twist Friday 7th October, 8pm, Hope Park & Martyrs Church
Anthony Horowitz Literary Lunch Tuesday 11th October, 12.30 All Saints Church
Rick Stein Wednesday 12th October, 8pm, Hope Park & Martyrs Church
Louise Gray with The Ethical Carnivore Thursday 13th October, 8pm, The Bookshop
Children’s Week in the Bookshop 17th -23rd October, Full Events list to Follow.
An Evening with Michael Ondaatje Monday 24th October, 8pm, Venue TBC
An Evening with John Connolly Tuesday 25th October, 8pm, The Bookshop.
Marina Lewycka Wednesday 26th October, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Malachy Tallack Thursday 27th October, 8pm, In the Bookshop
Winter Warmers to follow also include
Ian Rankin, Ali Smith and Jodi Picoult.