Posted in Writers' Bloc events at 7:00 pm on 23 October 2011
The latest Writers’ Bloc show is a celebration.
As the show’s (and this post’s) title suggests, Writers’ Bloc has been up and performing for ten years and this Thursday’s show marks the occasion.
Day:- Thursday 27th October 2011
Time:- from 8pm
Venue:- Canon’s Gait, 232 Canongate, Edinburgh, EH8 8DQ
Admission:- £4.00, £2.00 concessions
The blurb below is taken direct from the Writers’ Bloc site.
10 years of soviet lunacy
To mark 10 years of Writers’ Bloc spoken word performances you are invited to the launch of our new 10 year plan:
Better Read Than Dead
Favourite stories from the past 10 years, plus new initiatives forged in the heat and sweat of the bars of Edinburgh. Presented by comrades old and new.
Will our production targets continue to be gloriously exceeded?
Will our drinking consumption continue to be gloriously excessive?
Will the return of comrade Stefan – hot from the barricades of Aix-en-Provence – be prevented by the running dogs of revisionism?
What is revisionism?
Will the regressive ideologies of Halloween – Satanic worship, drugs and orgies – distract our pure-hearted footsoldiers of literary endeavour?
Not so much a 10 year plan as a way of life
Long live the revolution!
Writers appearing at Better Read Than Dead will include: Kirsti Wishart, Andrew C. Ferguson, Jane McKie, Andrew J. Wilson and Gavin Inglis, new members Helen Jackson, Stuart Wallace, Bram E Gieben, Mark Harding.
Plus a special appearance of comrade Stefan Pearson.