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Aye Write! 2019

Aye Write 2019In March, adult learners once again will come together from across the Glasgow’s Learning Partnership to share their writing and celebrate their learning as part of the 2019 Aye Write! Book Festival.

Tutors and support staff work hard with learners to produce poems, short stories and colourful art work on this year’s theme, “What Makes Me Happy”. Each year, everyone involved enthusiastically embraces this opportunity to produce wonderful writing for display and performance at the event exhibitions.

Aye Write! is Glasgow’s Book Festival and this year runs from 14 – 31 March 2019 . This year is the biggest ever festival.  Among the authors appearing this year are: Gina Miller, Simon Mayo, Val McDermid, Tracey Thorn, Louis De Bernieres, Janey Godley, Alexander McCall Smith and Viv Albertine. The festival includes our usual mix of politics, memoir, history, fiction, sport, crime, poetry and Gaelic.

GLASGOW'S LEARNING ADULT LEARNING EVENT DATES AND INFORMATION:

Please ensure you book places for all learners, staff and volunteers by contacting Glasgow’s Learning on 0800 027 6402

GLASGOW’S LEARNING CELEBRATION OF WRITING FROM COMMUNITY-BASED LITERACY AND CREATIVE LEARNERS

Date: Friday 22nd March 2019

Venue: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Hall 2, New Auditorium

Times: 12.30 – 14:30 FREE

(Exhibition opens 12:30, Performances 13:00 – 14:00, Refreshments and Exhibition 14:00-14:30)

Join us for this lively event where community-based adult literacy and creative learners from across the city come together to share their writing on the theme of happiness. The event includes spoken word and an opportunity to mingle and enjoy a display of learners’ work.

To book call 0800 027 6402

 

GLASGOW’S LEARNING CELEBRATION OF WRITING FROM COMMUNITY-BASED ESOL LEARNERS

Date: Friday 29th March 2019

Venue: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Hall 2, New Auditorium

Times: 12:00 – 14:00 FREE

(Exhibition opens 12:00, Performances 12:30 – 13:30, Refreshments and Exhibition 13:30 – 14:00)

Adult learners, who have been developing their English language skills in ESOL classes, come together to share their writing on the theme of happiness. This vibrant event brings together learners from Glasgow’s diverse communities and includes spoken word and a display of writing.

To book call 0800 027 6402