404 Ink once again joins forces with Interrobang?! to launch Issue 3 of their literary magazine POWER and wage a War on Christmas.
Join them for performances from Nasty Women’s Kaite Welsh and Issue 3 contributors Siobhan Shields and Ross McCleary, plus the debut reading from Helen McClory, author of award-winning On the Edges of Vision and upcoming collection Mayhem & Death, coming March 2018 from 404.
Music will come from Jack Hinks, an Edinburgh-based singer / songwriter, playing with violinist and vocalist, Fiona Liddell to ensure the survival of your ear-worm. Combining genres such as rock, jazz and blues, Jack and Fi create an eclectic genre of his own, but with a feel that has been likened to Jeff Buckley and John Mayer.’
“Scotland’s favourite avante-garde noise makers” (The Skinny) present a Burns Night like no other. Line up to be announced, but expect an eclectic mix of musicians and poets, haggis, veggie haggis and nips of Arran Whisky.
Five poets respond critically, wittily, whimsically and bitingly to a Burns poem of their choosing. With bespoke sets, and a raised eyebrow (and a raised glass) to Rabbie, come join five of Scotland’s best loved poets and spoken word acts as they take on and respond to Burns’ work with their own provocations and verse.