Saturday January 29th 7.00 for 7.30
ALAN McClure and a’ that...
Join songwriter and author Alan McClure for a standalone set which may, for form's sake, make occasional and entirely tangential reference to Robert Burns. Romp in the apolitical wonderland that is the Scots writing community and hear tales from the frontline of lockdown poetry workshops, widely ignored podcasts and pursuing a creative sabbatical in a time of no gigs.
A profoundly interesting writer - Philip Ward, R2 Magazine
Alan McClure writes from the heart. Passionate, lovely poems. He also writes from the head. Political, intelligent observations....an exciting young writer, well worth listening to. Liz Niven
Followed by our sensational Bakehouse Floor spots
The Fickle Tupperware Bowl of Fate
Bring a poem/a song/pipes (small or large) - performances either suitable or wholly unsuitable for the occasion.
Tickets £10.00 includes a hot toddy and haggis nibbles
If Burns Night is threatened by a rampaging Covid variant we will...
a) Limit numbers to adhere to Covid rules (first come, first served) and record the event for others. OR
b) Offer our Burns Night Event on The Bakehouse Zoombiescope. TBD nearer the time!
HAPPY 2022 from the Bakehouse Team