Date(s) - Wed 23rd Mar, 2022
7:30pm - 9:30pm
Grab a glass, sit back and relax, and enjoy this unique opportunity to hear readings from our International Residency writers, live from the living room at Moniack Mhor.
Writers from Scotland, Nigeria, India, and Canada have come together at the Centre throughout March to develop new work and share their creative practice in the magical environment of Scotland’s Highlands. The quality and energy of these writers is outstanding and this is a rare opportunity to see them read their work by the hearth and heart of Moniack Mhor.
Performing at this intimate ceilidh will be Nigerian playwright, poet and writer, Bode Asiyanbi; Scotland based Texan poet and fiction writer, Carly Brown; Indian journalist and author, Puja Changoiwala; Scottish author of psychological thrillers, Sandra Ireland; poet and author, Nadine Aisha Jassat; Scottish Pakistani poet, Sunnah Khan; and Nigerian-Canadian poet and performer, Titilope Sonuga. They will be joined by our 2019 resident, one of Nigeria’s leading performance poets Efe Paul-Azino.
As an extra treat, our 2022 Jessie Kesson Fellow, hybrid-playwright, dyslexic educator, Grime-poet, queer ex-Mormon and pro-raver, Debris Stevenson, will also be performing.
Tickets are free, with the option of making a donation. Booking is required.
This event has been made possible thanks to generous funding from The British Council.
This course is now fully booked. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01463 741 675 to be added to the waiting list.