Our group meet in the Hall once a month on a Sunday evening at 7.30pm to discuss our chosen novel.
Where ever possible we choose books from Stirling Council Library Services, Reading Group Collections, which you can then borrow on your own card from Dunblane library.
Book Club is a great way to experience different authors and enjoy a lively discussion.
£12.00 annual membership due every September to cover hire of the hall.
Tea & coffee provided free of charge.
Enquiries to Fiona @ 01786 880631 email email@example.com
or come along on the night.
Stirling Libraries are endeavouring to have multiple copies of our choices so please check with our local Dunblane library.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Bloody Scotland programme out and tickets now on sale – residents in Stirling Council area get 10% off tickets.
Edinburgh International Book Festival programme comes out on 13 June.
Staged reading of Tom McGrath’s play “The Hard Man” about Jimmy Boyle, read by Kate Dickie on 24 June at The Traverse Theatre. Tickets are through Edinburgh International Film Festival though
The Hard Man: Script Reading directed by Tam Dean Burn
Part of the Retrospective: The Future Is History Strand
Kate Dickie is… The Hard Man. Charting the rise and fall of a Glaswegian gangster, McGrath’s play is based on the notorious life of Jimmy Boyle, with whom he collaborated on the script.
DATE & TIME 24 Jun @ 20:15
RUN TIME 120 mins
|Sunday 8th January||‘The legacy of Elizabeth Pringle’ by Kirsty Wark
Multiple copies available in Dunblane library from 17th November
|Sunday 5th February
||‘The sense of an Ending’ by Julian Barnes|
|Sunday 5th March
||‘The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox’ by Maggie O’Farrell|
|Sunday 2nd April
||‘The Good Earth’ by Pearl Buck|
|Sunday 7th may
||‘On the Beach’ by Neville Shute|
|Sunday 4th June
||‘A Petrel Scented Spring’ Ajay Close
Multiple copies will be available in Dunblane library
|Sunday 2nd July
||‘Earth’ by Emile Zola
New translation from Oxford World Classics
|Sunday 6th August
||‘His Bloody Project’ by Graeme McCrae Burnet
Multiple copies are available in Dunblane library
|Sunday 3rd September
||‘The Blind Assassin’ by Margaret Atwood|
|Sunday 1st October||‘A short history of tractors in Ukranian’ Marina Lewycka|
|Sunday 5th or 12th November
||‘The trouble with goats & sheep ‘ Joanna Cannon|
|Sunday 3rd December
||Xmas night out|